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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A problem with this categorization is that direct capitalization methods often are classified as part of the income approach while at the same time they can be based on comparable sales.
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.
A direct capitalization rate can be derived from confirmed local or nearby sales and local income and expense data.
The loan-to-value ratio was determined to be 55% by direct capitalization of NCF.
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.
Kensington's valuation was based on the two valuation methodologies most relied on by real estate appraisers: direct capitalization and discounted cash flow.
Therefore, the jurisdiction maintains a direct capitalization approach to value.
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.
4) In the direct capitalization portion, a market capitalization rate is used that is based on the premise (however flawed) that demand was evidenced by recent building activity.
The loan-to-value ratio, determined by direct capitalization of NCF, has declined to 50%, from 61% at issuance.
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