Overview.- Vocabulary of Finance.- List of Abbreviations.- Introduction.- 1. Introduction to Property Finance.- 2. Bank Regulation.- 3. Commercial and Residential Property Lending.- 4. Corporate Finance.- 5. Securitisation, Unitisation and Build to Rent.- 6. The Money Markets.- 7. Joint Ventures, Partnerships and Forward Funding.- 8. The Property Market since the Second World War.- 9. Conclusions.- Self-assessed Questions and Answers.- Index.
Property Finance provides an overview of the field, linking the areas of property and construction with an understanding of financial structures and concepts. The aim is to present an insight and a strategy for understanding and learning about these concepts and structures, and to introduce the reader to the institutions in the market which provide finance for real estate investment and development.
David Isaac is a former Professor of Real Estate Management in the Department of the Built Environment and a former Director of Research and Enterprise at the University of Greenwich. His expertise covers real estate development, valuation and finance. He has published over 100 articles and papers and 20 books in the area of real estate, several of which are established academic and professional texts. He is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. David had been very active in developing and teaching distance programmes internationally, particularly in Hong Kong and China, for the past 20 years. Prior to joining the University of Greenwich, David worked as a Chartered Surveyor, mainly in private practice.
Mark Daley is a former Principal Lecturer in Real Estate in the Department of the Built Environment at the University of Greenwich. He is a Chartered Surveyor, who spent several years in private practice before moving into education about twenty years ago. Publications include 'Property Investment' with David Isaac and Nigel Enever and 'Property Development' with David Isaac and John O’Leary. He had been involved with teaching overseas mainly in Hong Kong and China for over 10 years.
Collana: Building and Surveying Series
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 291 gr
Illustration Notes:1 Illustrations, black and white
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