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Analyse de la rentabilite de l'investissement immobilier, comment tirer parti d'une evaluation periodique des biens

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  • Bender, A.R.
  • Hoesli, M.

Le role de l'investissement immobilier dans la constitution de portefeuilles diversifies a fait l'objet, depuis plusieurs annees deja, de nombreuses etudes. Pour les investisseurs institutionnels, et en particulier pour les fonds de prevoyances, il s'agit au prealable d'examiner de facon rigoureuse la rentabilite et le risque de ce vecteur de placement: on doit notamment abandonner l'idee que tels placements creent necessairement au cours du temps de reserves latentes. Pour pouvoir proceder a une telle analyse, il est indisponsable d'evaluer periodiquement le portefeuille immobilier a sa valeur de marche et ce meme si l'institution n'a pas l'intention, voir le droit de vendre des immeubles. l'objectif de cet article et de presenter une methodologie d'analyse applicable sous cette condition.

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Paper provided by Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales, Universite de Geneve- in its series Papers with number 96.19.

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Length: 12 pages
Date of creation: 1996
Handle: RePEc:fth:ehecge:96.19
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