|Type of course:
||Elective (1 of 2)
|Language of instruction:
|Erasmus Language of instruction:
|Name of lecturer:
||George Emanuel Voicu
||Magdolna Eva Koncsag
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|Number of ECTS credits allocated
Estimative determination of the values of real estate, using specific valuation methods correlated with the topographic cadastre.
Knowledge of specific terminology and methods of resolution.
Knowledge of the necessary steps to prepare Expertise Reports for the evaluation of real estate.
Knowledge of the object, of the areas of foundation and of the applicability of the rules of real estate evaluation.
Course Entry Requirements:
General notions regarding cadastre and real estate.
General principles regarding evaluation
Foundation of evaluation methods
Direct comparison method
Criteria regarding the establishment and evaluation of land and buildings
The content of the topographic documentation used in the valuation of real estate
Evaluation of constructions
Lecture, discussions and presentations.
Knowledge of the object, the areas of foundation and applicability of the rules of real estate valuation;
Drawing up an valuation report.
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Final evaluation- Written paper - 60 %, continuous assessment – 40%.
International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC),
International Valuation Standards, International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC)
Joseph F. Schram, Jr.,
Real Estate Appraisal, Rockwell Publishing
An expert system for appraisal by the method of comparison, PhD Thesis, UPC
Barris, J., & Garcia-Almirall, P.,
A density Function of the Appraisal Value, European Real Estate Society
Isaac, D., & O'Leary, J.,
Property Valuation Principles, Palgrave MacMillan