residential real estate market prices), assuming that a real estate market price equals the building reproduction cost
plus the market price of the plot.
existing item] = Reproduction Cost
New of Existing Item with a Defect (if any),
While this conclusion appears, at first glance, to run contrary to the premise that the replacement cost approach is based on a modern replacement property while the reproduction cost
approach is based on a replica of the subject property, it is, in fact, consistent.
Replacement cost - same footprint: This is total reproduction cost
, including contractor's profit and indirect costs less the allowance [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 2 OMITTED] for superadequacies of the existing construction.
Because I have been asked this question before, I answer quickly: "If you say there is no obsolescence and the item is new, then yes, it is worth the reproduction cost
new of the item.
Compensation of up to (and not exceeding) Dh20,000 per item may be paid for additional expenses, loss of market, reproduction costs
and similar losses occurring as a result of delay, loss or damage.
Today, while it still costs the university time and money to produce a course, technology has made it such that reproduction costs
are almost non-existent.
Payments for documents represent reproduction costs
and therefore are a non-refundable fee.
Buyers of pre-print distribution services will get a cash payment for estimated excess pre-print reproduction costs
from the last year, while private-party class-ified advertisers will get a free five-line ad that can be published anytime between Oct.
Software developers are often startled by production cost increases for software that grows to span additional CDs--nearly doubling the reproduction costs
Prices eventually converge to reproduction costs
, and a rising cost structure puts persistent upward pressure on prices over the long term.
If you make it a priority to keep track of reproduction costs
, the savings can be significant.