È nato un nuovo, grande mercato ricco di potenziale: quello dei pignoramenti. Quasi inaccessibile fino a pochi anni fa, questo settore oggi è alla portata di tutti e mette a disposizione reali possibilità di guadagno. Seguendo i nostri semplici consigli imparerete a conoscerlo, a sapervi orientare e, grazie a partnership con esperti, a proporlo ai vostri clienti in modo semplice ed efficace per creare una vostra nuova fonte di business.
Investing in commercial real estate can provide excellent risk-return opportunities for both the large and small investor. Unlike equity securities, commercial real estate often generates a substantial and predictable cash flow over time--and the compounding effect of this cash flow can significantly enhance the performance of most investment portfolios. Filled with in-depth insight and practical advice, The Real Estate Investment Handbook is an essential tool for current and aspiring commercial real estate investors looking to develop and evaluate commercial real estate properties. Throughout the book, experts G. Timothy Haight and Daniel D. Singer offer careful examinations of the various types of commercial real estate available, the measures within the markets used to evaluate their performance, and the intricacies of the markets in which they are traded. The discussions of breakeven analysis, present value, financial leverage, loan packaging, and practical real-life situations found in The Real Estate Investment Handbook will help you make better-informed decisions when investing in properties such as: * Apartments, condominiums, and time-shares * Single-family homes * Self-storage facilities * Office buildings * Industrial properties * Parking lots * Shopping centers * Hotels and motels Successful real estate investing is not just about net income or cash flow; it's about the fit between an investor and an investment. With The Real Estate Investment Handbook as your guide, you'll learn how to choose properties that make sense--and money--for you.
Advance with English
Author: Neville Grant, P. Brennan, Mawasha
Advance with English is a secondary course which provides complete coverage of the latest syllabuses. It is designed to give pupils comprehensive practice in listening, speaking, reading and writing.
The Greenhouse Gas Protocol
Author: World Resources Institute
Publisher: World Resources Inst
The GHG Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard helps companies and other organizations to identify, calculate, and report GHG emissions. It is designed to set the standard for accurate, complete, consistent, relevant and transparent accounting and reporting of GHG emissions.
This up-to-date, highly-accessible book presents a unique combination of both economic theory and real estate applications, providing readers with the tools and techniques needed to understand the operation of urban real estate markets. It examines residential and non-residential real estate markets—from the perspectives of both macro- and micro-economics—as well as the role of government in real estate markets.
Credit risk is an important consideration in most financial transactions. As for any other risk, the risk taker requires compensation for the undiversifiable part of the risk taken. In bond markets, for example, riskier issues generally promise investors a higher yield. The same principle also applies to financial derivatives. Otherwise identical derivative securities will likely have differ ent prices if the counterparties are not of the same credit quality. Although this argument seems intuitively convincing, widely used pricing models for financial derivatives do not incorporate credit risk effects. This research monograph analyzes the effect of credit risk on financial derivatives prices. Credit risk can affect derivatives prices in a variety of ways. First, financial derivatives can be subject to counterparty default risk. Second, a derivative can be written on a security which is subject to credit risk, such as a corporate bond. Third, the credit risk itself can be the un derlying of a derivative instrument. The text focuses on valuation models which take into account counterparty risk but also addresses the other two valuation problems.
The introduction of the euro in 1999 marked the starting point of the development of a very liquid and heterogeneous EUR credit market, which exceeds EUR 350bn with respect to outstanding corporate bonds. As a result, credit risk trading and credit portfolio management gained significantly in importance. The book shows how to optimize, manage, and hedge liquid credit portfolios, i.e. applying innovative derivative instruments. Against the background of the highly complex structure of credit derivatives, the book points out how to implement portfolio optimization concepts using credit-relevant parameters, and basic Markowitz or more sophisticated modified approaches (e.g., Conditional Value at Risk, Omega optimization) to fulfill the special needs of an active credit portfolio management on a single-name and on a portfolio basis (taking default correlation within a credit risk model framework into account). This includes appropriate strategies to analyze the impact from credit-relevant newsflow (macro- and micro-fundamental news, rating actions, etc.). As credits resemble equity-linked instruments, we also highlight how to implement debt-equity strategies, which are based on a modified Merton approach. The book is obligatory for credit portfolio managers of funds and insurance companies, as well as bank-book managers, credit traders in investment banks, cross-asset players in hedge funds, and risk controllers.
Author: Andres Barba
Publisher: Hispabooks Pub
A very adult novel about adolescence written in a crafted, sensual prose that resonates hauntingly in the mind.