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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So it stands to reason that the apartment markets in some metropolitan areas have not recovered all the value (as measured by National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries' appreciation return) lost during the recession as of Q2 2014.
The NPI total return for the quarter was 2.91%, comprised of a 1.35% income return and a 1.55% capital appreciation return.
Investors expect to see a 5.6 percent income return and a 4.2 percent property appreciation return for the year.
The daily capital appreciation return series for this index are obtained from Yahoo Finance.(1)
The average annual appreciation return for non-trophy properties during that same period was 1.24%, compared with only -0.80% for trophy properties (204 basis-point spread).
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 206.1 percent.
The National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (NCREIF), Chicago, reported its property index returned 2.57 percent for the quarter, comprised of a 1.39 percent income return and the 1.18 percent capital appreciation return.
On a rolling four quarter basis, the ODCE total return before fee is an impressive 20.14%, comprised of 6.30% income and 13.17% capital appreciation return. This has been driven by strong investor demand for core real estate in major markets.
Warehouse properties were the only ones to show a positive mean annual appreciation return over the fifteen years, albeit a minuscule 0.03 percent.
NCREIF's Property Index, which measures the return of a large pool of commercial real estate properties, saw a 1.42 percent income return and a 0.92 percent capital appreciation return in the quarter--a drop from the second quarter's 2.68 percent return and well below third-quarter 2011'S 3.30 percent return.
UBP's total return to investors for the year was 9.01%, comprising a dividend return of 6.1% and price appreciation return of 2.91%.
Investors expect to end 2012 with a 5.8 percent income return and a 4.1 percent property appreciation return.