In Defense of the Land Residual Theory and the Absence of a Business Value Component for Retail Property
AbstractThe temptation is strong for arguing that property values can be broken down into land, improvements, and business value, as only land and improvements are subject to property tax. As sympathetic as the authors are to this motivation, the notion of a long-run business value component for retail property is refuted and the land residual value theory reasserted, while at the same time admitting the possibility of first owner entrepreneurial or development-based value creation. It is argued that any excess property productivity will eventually become attached to the land, and last that option values are an important aspect of land values that would be affected when suggesting that the appropriate value of a given property is the cost of substituting adjacent property.
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Volume (Year): 10 (1995)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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