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Investing in Classic Cars

Love cars?  Maybe you could think of investing in classic cars. Not just a hobby, an investment! ______________________________ Investing in classic cars powers ahead “The Hagi Value in the Classic Car Market conference provided some valuable insight into investing in classics, writes Mark Smyth Business Day If you are fortunate enough to be an ultrahigh […]

Transformation in the Property Industry

We all want to see the South African property market growing and flourishing. Follow the links to the original articles. ________________________________________________ SAPOA, Property Sector Charter Council to continue partnership on transformation – BizCommunity “The South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) will continue to fund the Property Sector Charter Council (PSCC) to the tune of around […]

Understanding Machinery Valuations

Here are some helpful articles on understanding machinery valuations – for expert valuations on your machinery don’t hesitate to give The Valuator a call! _________________________________________________ The article below was source at Zurich Insider For businesses that rely on key equipment, underinsurance can have unexpected and severe consequences. Simply using the purchase cost for valuing assets […]

Valuation of Intangibles

Here is a summary of an article from Price Waterhouse Coopers on the Valuation of Intangibles (follow the link for the full presentation) Knowledge, learning and innovation are sources of competitive advantage Knowledge-based economies refers to the use of knowledge to produce economic benefits Every good has knowledge content. Physical inputs are being replace by […]

Hotel Valuations – What Makes A Hotel Successful

Hotel Valuations – If you are thinking of having your hotel valued it might be helpful to have a look at the following articles regarding what makes a hotel successful – a successful hotel is going to have a greater value! A successful hotel requires excellent people, product and performance. By Liz Beneski ~ CEO […]

How do we Value Educational Institutions?

Some interesting articles below on how we are and how we should be valuing educational institutions. _____________________________ How do we value universities? The Conversation – Article source, follow the link for the full article We have become accustomed to hearing the benefits of higher education measured in economic terms. But is this the only way […]

The Best Wildlife Estates in South Africa

Wildlife estates are becoming more and more popular in South Africa, especially with foreign buyers. Here are some of the top wildlife estates in South Africa, ranked in alphabetical order. Article Source – Property24 – Author: Andrew Amoils Gondwana Private Residences Gondwana is located just outside Mossel Bay and encompasses 12 000 hectares of bushveld. Gondwana is […]

Global mining and equipment market expected to grow

Global mining and equipment market expected to grow by 8.3% posted by Phila Mzamo – Mining News The global mining equipment market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of around 8.3% over the next decade to reach approximately US$198.3 billion by 2025. This is according to “Global Mining Equipment Market […]

Hotel Valuation and The Rule Of Thumb

An excerpt taken from ADR The Rule of Thumb – validity and Suggestions for it’s Application By John W. O’Neill For the full article please follow the link – http://www.personal.psu.edu/jwo3/Hotel%20Average%20Daily%20Rate%20(ADR)%20Rule-of-Thumb%20Article.pdf Rules of thumb have been used in real-estate appraisal, general real estate, and general business for many years. More accurate and up-todate value indexes are […]

Industrial accommodation supply set to increase in 2018

Industrial accommodation supply set to increase in 2018, but demand may soften By: Zandile Makhoba 2017 was not the greatest year for South Africa and while the technical recession was short-lived in the world of economic data, households and some industries continue to feel the crunch of a slowed economy seen in weak employment growth […]

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