The Valuation of Rural Property
- Date of publication: June 2004
- ISBN-10: 1 85341 130 2(paperbackk only)
- Paperback ISBN-13: 978 1 85341 130 4
- Pages: 212
- Dimensions: A5 (210 x 148mm)
- Weight: 320 grams (unwrapped)
Agriculture and the rural economy in general is becoming increasingly diversified. As a consequence, the land market is now more complex and uncertain than before. There has therefore been a growing need for a definitive guide to the principles and practice of rural property valuation.
Using his considerable experience in the rural property field, Peter Prag has filled this need and written a book that is a useful reference for all who are professionally involved with land, and which also provides a unique source of essential practical information for land management students.
To help readers find their way around the different aspects of rural property valuation, checklists are provided at the end of each chapter. A glossary of terms and a further check-list for non-agricultural surveyors and other professionals appear at the end of the book. Worked examples and graphs throughout the text illustrate points made.
Introduction; Land with Vacant Possession; Market Evidence; Land Subject to Statutory Tenancy; Investment Calculations; Valuation of Tenancies; Land Let on Farm Business Tenancy; Quotas, Licences and Designations; Development and Diversification; Woodland; Sporting Rights; Minerals; Compulsory Purchase; Insurance; Check-list for the Non-agricultural Surveyor and Other Professionals; Terms and Instructions; Specimen Valuation Report; Glossary; Further Reading.
Students of Land Economy, chartered surveyors, rural planners.
From the Publisher; Royal Instiute of Chartered Surveyors (mail order and London bookshop); Foyles, Charing Cross Road, London; Gardners Books, Eastbourne (wholesaler).