Property Valuation Process Will Make Your House More Worth For Selling
This earlier frenzied activity was instigated by the REITs’ buying spree, which proved to be unsustainable given the dramatic drop in their share prices last year. The uncertainty in the market in late 1998 caused a slight increase in overall property yields as well as office yields over the past quarter. Real Estate valuations are gaining importance and are increased to make done by lots of people for knowing their house price. Though they remain part of the trust fund and enable the trustees to carry out the trust’s objects, these assets should be taken out of the investment and reinvestment process.



Nearly two years after the devaluation of the Thai baht sparked a crisis that spread throughout south-east Asia and threatened to destabilise the world economy, the region is showing signs of having passed through the worst of the storm.

In most cities, the residential market is taking the lead to recovery as it caters primarily to the domestic market while office markets are recovering at a slower pace. Thailand and Malaysia have been amongst the more promising countries in terms of adopting the right reforms in order to get their economies back on track.

Although Singapore’s economy is showing gradual signs of recovery, with increased industrial production and a revised growth rate of between 1% to 3% for 1999, recovery in the office market is still lagging well behind the residential market. Beijing and Shanghai continue to suffer from a severe oversupply of office space, which has resulted in a sharp decline of rental values down to less than half their peak levels.

However, after three years of slow growth and progress on reform, the overall property market in India appears to have bottomed out with prices unlikely to decline any further. Shares in a private corporation, small businesses, cottages, and as suggested the testator’s home during the surviving partner’s lifetime, are none of them immune from the unforeseen change of circumstances.

Inflation in 1998 was 6.9%, the lowest rate since 1973, and is expected to continue declining in 1999. In Zimbabwe, although the controversial plans for land reform are off the main political agenda for now, the country’s involvement in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s war has had severe repercussions on the economy.