A Generalised Model of Ground Lease Pricing
AbstractIn this paper, we present a generalization of Mandell’s model for the estimation of ground lease pricing. We adjust the model so that it fits, in particular, the Polish legal regulations and situation of the Polish real estate market. The model involves two aspects. The first is the perpetual usufruct, a form of owning the ground similar to a long-term lease, but having some specific features. The second is allowing lease rent adjustments after some fixed period, meaning we consider the situation where the payments are fixed during certain periods as defined in the contract. The proposed model determines the minimum lease amount for the owner, which is the rate at which it is beneficial to lease the property, and the maximum for the lessee, which is the amount above which the lease is unprofitable for the leaseholder or perpetual usufruct. View Full-Text
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Trojanek, M.; Anholcer, M.; Banaitis, A.; Trojanek, R. A Generalised Model of Ground Lease Pricing. Sustainability 2018, 10, 3203.
Trojanek M, Anholcer M, Banaitis A, Trojanek R. A Generalised Model of Ground Lease Pricing. Sustainability. 2018; 10(9):3203.Chicago/Turabian Style
Trojanek, Maria; Anholcer, Marcin; Banaitis, Audrius; Trojanek, Radoslaw. 2018. "A Generalised Model of Ground Lease Pricing." Sustainability 10, no. 9: 3203.
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