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NSW rural land performance : 1990-2005
(Pacific Rim Real Estate Society., 2007-01)
The annual income return for rural property is based on two major factors being commodity prices and production yields. Commodity prices paid to rural producers can vary depending on the agricultural policies of their ...
Current rural valuation practice: a survey of valuers and agribusiness managers on farm management and sustainable rural land use
(Lincoln University., 2007)
Over the past 20 years the nature of rural valuation practice has required most rural valuers to undertake studies in both agriculture (farm management) and valuation, especially if carrying out valuation work for financial ...
An evolution of waterfront development in Malaysia
(Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, 2010-01)
Rivers have long been recognized as one of humanity’s most important natural resources. They are one of the most important of all the natural resources necessary to ensure human health and civilization. A close association ...
Waterfront development for residential property in Malaysia
(Pacific Rim Real Estate Society., 2009-01)
Rivers and water are valuable natural resources for human life, environment and national development. Recognition of water resources as national heritage will contribute towards more long term sustainable property development. ...
Role of farm real estate in a globally diversified asset portfolio
(Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2010)
Purpose - The paper examines the benefits of further diversifying a global portfolio of financial assets with New Zealand farm real estate (FRE). Design/methodology/approach - We compare efficient sets generated with and ...
Diversification benefits from New Zealand real estate
(Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, 2008)
Although the benefits of further diversifying a portfolio of New Zealand financial assets with unsecuritised New Zealand real estate have been confirmed in previous studies, this paper examines the benefits of further ...