Market Value vs. Syndication Price

Seymour, Charles F.
July 1986
Appraisal Journal;Jul86, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p438
Academic Journal
Discusses the role of market value in making up the total syndication price of real estate. How the process of syndicating real estate has enabled small investors to invest in a syndicated portion of a major investment property; Market value of real estate for an income-producing property; Special arrangements devised to support syndication price.


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