Intrinsic Real Estate Value – Is There Such Thing, Does It Exist?

Intrinsic value is a measure of what an asset is worth. This measure is arrived at by means of an objective calculation or complex financial model, rather than using the currently trading market price of that asset.

But does real estate hold an intrinsic value?

Jason Upton, founder of the Aedis Network of companies, a professional real estate appraiser for more than 28 years and life-long observer of the real estate sector, takes a stab at finding intrinsic for real estate assets.

Look at the slideshow below for Jason’s answers.

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