appreciation return

appreciation return

Expressed as a percentage, the return generated by the appreciation of a property or portfolio over the period of analysis.

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These metros had robust apartment fundamentals to start with, which initially attracted capital, but those fundamentals are now weaker, causing appreciation return to lag.
2 percent property appreciation return for the year.
The average annual appreciation return for non-trophy properties during that same period was 1.
From 1992 through 1998, the CE100 index has provided a total stock-price appreciation return of 223,6 percent while the S&P 500 has trailed at only 206.
appreciation return potential and the opportunity to enhance
Playing host to two-, three- and four-bedroom condos ranging from 1,855 to 4,594 square feet, Caves Heights has now sold over 75% of the completed development, with remaining units priced between $695,000 and $2,400,000 with attractive investment opportunities readily available, including the option to purchase and lease units with a safe net income before capital appreciation return of approximately five to six percent on an annual basis.
Warehouse properties were the only ones to show a positive mean annual appreciation return over the fifteen years, albeit a minuscule 0.
92 percent capital appreciation return in the quarter--a drop from the second quarter's 2.
0-month supply, we should see price appreciation return to more normal patterns," Whatley said.
37 percent and the appreciation return increased from 2.
Their objective is to provide risk-adjusted cash yield and investment appreciation returns to their partners, investors and lenders.
The deviation in returns for common stocks due to the market's inherent volatility prevents precise computations of short-term income and appreciation returns.