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Case presentations and the appraisal report

Case Presentations and the Appraisal Report

  • Case Presentations

    • Maximum 2 students to a group

    • 15 to 20 minute presentation of findings

  • The Appraisal Report

    • Complete Self-Contained Format

    • 20 to 50 pages ppt, Wordprocessor file

    • Arcgis, Imagine, Excel, Photoshp, SPSS file


Case presentations and the appraisal report

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. Introduction

1. summary of pertinent data

2. sitemap

3. aerial photograph

4. sample subject photograph

5. sample survey

II Description & Analysis

1. Client, Intended User and Use of the Appraisal Report

2. Location and Address

3. Legal Description

4. History of the Subject Property

III Site Condition

1. Physical Geography

2. Human Geography

3. Assessment and Taxes/ Market condition

4. Description of the Building Improvements

5. Neighborhood Description

III. Valuation

HIGHEST & BEST USE

APPRAISAL METHODOLOGY

INCOME CAPITALIZATION APPROACH

RECONCILIATION

ASSUMPTIONS & LIMITING CONDITIONS


To choose the correct subject property

To choose the correct subject property:

  • Focus on a familiar property type.

  • Make sure to keep the problem simple.

  • Pick a neighborhood with ample data.

  • Select the subject property last.


Land and building descriptions

Land and Building Descriptions

  • Land Description

    • Types of Legal Descriptions

    • Site analysis

    • Sources of Data

  • Building Description

    • Architecture

    • Inspection

    • Improvement Analysis


Site description

SITE DESCRIPTION

  • Site Details

    • Location

    • Metrological datas

    • Connectivity through road, train, air etc.

    • Proximity of raw material sources and other vital facilities

    • Reason to chosen the site.


Site selection

Site selection

  • For every site there is an ideal use,

  • For every use there is an ideal site.

  • Suitable site for suitable program

    • The matching of a given program for a project (…school, resort) with a suitable site is a function of site analysis

    • Site selection is determined by a comparative analysis of several available sites for the same determined program to see which site can best fit the requirements.

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Factors influencing site valuation

Factors influencing site valuation

  • 1. Natural factors : Geology and soil, topography, habitat, microclimate, Hydrology

  • 2. Man-made factors : existing uses, man-made features, legal regulations and historical associations.

  • 3. Aesthetic factors : visual qualities and relationship.

  • The categories of data and its interpretation is related to the proposed project. The level of detail depends on the nature of the program --how simple or complex and the type of site --rural or urban

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Natural factors topography

Natural factors: Topography

  • Landform

  • topographic map and interpretation

  • Slope analysis

  • The constraint and opportunity of landform

  • where to get the information

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Natural factors hydrology

Natural factors:Hydrology

  • Hydrological circle

  • surface and subsurface water

  • Sensitive landscape character

  • floodplain

  • where to get the information : Hydrographic service department, harbor department

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Natural factors hydrology1

Natural factors:Hydrology

  • Typical questions

    • 1. Drainage pattern and major water channel

    • 2. Unique feature and size such as water body

    • 3. Aquifer and recharge area, the depth of rise and fall 0f water table

    • 4. Floodplain of 50 and 100 year storms.

    • 5. What pattern, quantity and quality will be affected by the design

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Natural factors vegetation and wildlife

Natural factors: vegetation and wildlife

  • Landscape ecology

  • the important

  • mapping the existing habitat

  • movement pattern

  • where to get the information

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Vegetation map

Vegetation map

  • Vegetation map or existing trees map

  • Existing mature trees with 7-10 cm. Or more in caliper.

  • Existing plant groups which is important to preserve the ecology and landscape character

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Natural factors vegetation and wildlife1

Natural factors: vegetation and wildlife

Wetland species include birds and mammals needing habitats with (a) wetland food plants or wild herbaceous plants of moist to wet site, exclusive of submerged or floating aquatic plants.

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Man made factors land use

Man-made factors: land use

  • Existing land use on-site, 0ff-site

  • the potential of change

  • color symbol of land use

  • facilities or site amenity

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Site surrounding

Site surrounding

  • Aerial photograph

  • overall view of the site

  • site surrounding and its fabric

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Potential of change

Potential of change

Transformation of agricultural landscape pattern to a suburban housing pattern . The road network is the primary organizing structure. Streams has largely been channeled, straightened or eliminated

(Courtesy of USDA Soil Conservation Service)

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Potential of change1

Potential of change

Road cut through undisturbed forest changes the landscape character, disturbs natural environment and has a tendency for a lot of development along road sides

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Facilities

Facilities

The map shown facilities’ location of Bronx Community, also shown the recreation facilities such as parks and Zoo in the site extend

Public school

Social service

Hospital

Fire station

Library, Post office

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Man made factors circulation

Man-made factors: circulation

  • Linkage and movement pattern

  • communication

  • circulation system :

  • accessibility

  • potential of change

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Street system

Street system

  • The street system of Philadelphia 1960 and New town Risender 1972

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Street Capacity

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The comparison between mass transit and private car

The number of people in one hour between each type of transportation

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Potential of change2

Potential of change

The escalated Highway project which runs through the city center usually rejected by the community such as in Philadelphia, Chicago and San Francisco

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Man made factors law and regulation

Man-made factors: Law and regulation

  • Density : FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulation, Floor area ratio FAR)

  • Zoning district

  • Set back, fire lane and other regulation

  • Parking schedule

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Man made factors law and regulation1

Man-made factors:Law and regulation

  • Floor area ratio(FAR)= building area

Site area

  • FAR is one of the density control device, FAR is a term the zoning ordinance will use to quantify and limit the amount of square footage of building area as a function of the building site

F.A.R.=1/2

One-story bldg. Two-story bldg.

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Law and regulation

Law and regulation

  • Zoning setback and height limits-- these minimums and maximums provide the basis for the maximum building envelope on the site.

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Aesthetic factors visual quality

Aesthetic factors: Visual quality

  • Landscape special character

  • Spatial pattern of the site

  • Visual quality and character

  • Visual disturbance

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Aesthetic factors landscape special character

Aesthetic factors: Landscape special character

  • Natural features

  • Urban features

  • Visual value/ characters

    • vista

    • panoramic view

    • visual channel

    • framed view/ filter view

    • point of interest

Rocky outcrops

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Aesthetic factors

Aesthetic factors:

Natural view

Urban view

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Aesthetic factors visual character

Aesthetic factors: visual character

Vista

Panoramic view

Framed viewFiltered view

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Extensional aspects of a site

Region 20-100 miles

Vicinity 5-20 miles

Area 0-5 miles

The site and environs.

Extensional aspects of a site

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