Implicit valuation methods

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A more straightforward approach is to apply one cap rate/input yield to all calculation components. This is known as using an 'equivalent yield'. The term 'equivalent yield' (rather than 'constant yield') derives from the traditional use of the methods referred to above. For example, if, in the hardcore method, 5% is...

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