“Highly Valued, Hard to Value” revisiting Real Estate Valuation – Get a copy here

We posted yesterday about the launch at MIPIM of the Trowers & Hamlins/ Oxford Brookes University research on problems with traditional, financial assessment based approaches to real estate valuation.

A number of readers said they would like a copy, so here is a link:

Highly Valued, Hard to Value

The blog would welcome your thoughts and comments – how can we start to translate this from n academic exercise into a practical reality?

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