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For the investor all assets, including property, carry risk. The only way that risk can be reduced is by combining assets into portfolios and in trying to analyze portfolios of property it is essential to understand fully the way properties are valued and whether the market is efficient in processing information. Are investment advisors good at picking underpriced properties? Can they do this consistently from period to period? Are they giving the right type of advice on portfolio construction and strategy? How valuable is performance measurement? These are some of the issues which are addressed in this book. The emphasis is on trying to improve performance by utilizing the latest techniques for analyzing property. Following the collapse of the property market, professional advisors will be under greater pressure to justify investment decisions. This book provides the background necessary to develop new approaches to investment advice. This book should be of interest to investment surveyors in the major firms of chartered surveyors, pension funds, insurance companies and banks, postgraduate and undergraduate students in universities and polytechnics with courses in property investment and management.
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