Asset Allocations: Are You Reconciling?
Franz H. ROSS (1) and James K. TELLATIN (2)
The Valuation Journal, 2015, vol. 10, issue 2, 4-43
A number of different asset allocation methodologies have gained acceptance in the appraisal of complex properties such as hotels, assisted-living facilities, convenience stores and others. Whatever method is used, reconciliation should be performed for each asset allocation. This article discusses the enhanced total excess earnings model (EtEEM) that facilitates such reconciliations by testing lease coverage ratios, imputed management fees, estimated real estate rents, and other metrics against each other. A glossary of related terms and concepts is included at the end of the article.
JEL-codes: R33 G32 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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