direct capitalization

direct capitalization

Dividing the net operating income of a property by a selected capitalization rate to arrive at a value. Contrast with yield capitalization.

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The City's assessor testified that for the 2012 valuation she had applied a direct capitalization of income approach using mass appraisal techniques.
A second example would be Direct Capitalization (cap rate).
New York also requires properties be valued on a fee simple basis, that is, free and clear of leases or other encumbrances, and via the direct capitalization income approach--assuming the value reflected by a single year's income expectancy.
In this case, the analyst would conclude a 10% direct capitalization rate (i.
A direct capitalization rate can be derived from confirmed local or nearby sales and local income and expense data.
Two income methods are often used to value these properties: direct capitalization and yield capitalization.
Two methods are commonly used: the direct capitalization method and the yield capitalization method.
KBRA primarily relied on a direct capitalization approach, using our stressed capitalization rates, to arrive at valuations of the underlying properties.
For investment-grade real estate, the income capitalization approach has evolved into two separate forms of analyses: direct capitalization and discounted cash flow (DCF).
Under this approach, there are two different techniques for converting net operating income into a value indication: 1) direct capitalization, which employs an overall capitalization rate on the net operating income from a stabilized 12-month period and 2) yield capitalization, which employs an internal rate of return on a stream of annual cash flows and a residual capitalization rate on the reversionary property value at the end of the projected investor holding period.
There are two principal methods in the income approach: direct capitalization or yield capitalization.
0 also includes new valuation techniques, such as direct capitalization, often used within the multi-family segment, and present value by source, allowing users to bifurcate the risk associated with tenants of varying credit quality.
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