Business Enterprise Value in Hotels – The Reality vs. the Shell Game
deRoos, Jan A.
[Excerpt] The Appraisal of Real Estate states: The existence of a residual intangible personal property component in certain properties has been widely recognized for years. Among the many terms used to describe this phenomenon, business enterprise value (BEV) is the most widely used. The issue has attracted attention primarily through assessment, condemnation, and damage claim assignments, which require that an estimate of the value of the real estate component be separated from the market value of the total assets of the business.2
Cornell Real Estate Review
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hotels; business enterprise value (BEV); market value of the total assets (MVTAB); lodging; hospitality; entrepreneurship; capitalization models; factors of production; Cornell; real estate
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