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Income Analytics aiming to shake up real estate valuation

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Income Analytics’ INCANS Score dashboard aims to transform real estate valuation by making income, rather than cap rates or rent multipliers, the key factor. Will it succeed, asks Property Week.

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Property Week Digital Edition – 23 July 2021

Oxford Properties’ Jo McNamara on the wall of global capital driving fierce competition for best assets – Area4 head Andrew Reed on playing a part in TV and film productions – Three F&B operators discuss the challenges of the pandemic and their hopes for the sector’s future

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