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Evaluation of specific factors in the valuation of agricultural land in conditions of the Czech republic
Hrubanová, Michaela ; Mikš, Lubomír (referee) ; Weigel, Lubomír (referee) ; Bradáč, Albert (advisor)
This dissertation is focused on the identification and evaluation of specific factors affecting the price of agricultural land. It should be mentioned that the market for agricultural land, especially arable land and permanent grasslands, is not fully developed in the Czech Republic and this area is not fully explored. The thesis describes the factors on the basis of which the investor decides when buying these plots. The data needed for this work have been obtained from professional literature, real estate servers, two polls, actual sales, etc. In the conclusion of this thesis all findings are summarized and evaluated. It includes the development of prices in the years 2014 – 2016 based on sales actually realized in the Olomouc Region, Moravian – Silesian Region, South Moravian Region and Vysočina Region. The outcome of the thesis is a proposal of an expert standard. It is necessary to realize that, above all, agricultural land is a specific commodity, as it is unreproducible, indivisible and its offer is limited.
Design of criteria and creation of methodology for determining the size of rents from land in agricultural grounds in concrete localities
Tesařová, Zdeňka ; Mikš, Lubomír (referee) ; Hlavinková, Vítězslava (referee) ; Superatová, Alena (advisor)
In the doctoral thesis deals with a problem situation, which is based on the lack of a clarified methodology for determining the rents from land in agricultural grounds. Criteria are proposed that could affect the amount of land rents in agricultural grounds. One is the type of water source. The created database consists of a variety of data that are subsequently evaluated. The data for the selected locations was statistically evaluated. Furthermore, the percentage of rentals was determined as against the usual (market) price of the leased land. The proposed coefficients were quantified and verified at the same time in practical cases. The output of the thesis is a methodology developed to determine the usual rental rates from land in agricultural grounds.
Analysis of building development and other impacts on the price of residential properties in a specific locality
Šestáková, Romana ; Mikš, Lubomír (referee) ; Weigel, Lubomír (referee) ; Superatová, Alena (advisor)
Gradual construction in individual parts of the city has its own characteristics. Each period brings different general requirements for construction based on the lifestyle and needs of the population at certain time. This difference in construction, whether the real estate itself, or the overall layout of buildings in the landscape, including different architectural elements, affects the determination of their value. However it is often not possible to provide a sufficiently large database of comparable objects in medium-sized municipalities when applying the comparison method. Analysing of individual types of construction and, in particular, quantifying their impact on the usual cost is a new contribution and a view of building assessment. The dissertation thesis deals with the analysis of the problematic locality, the mapping of the individual construction stages, including defining individual characteristics of buildings and their surroundings. The construction influence was quantified based on the created database of realized housing units and selected methods. The realised facts in this dissertation thesis can be used as a basis for experts and valuers in the securing of database elements but also as a basic information for state administration authorities and for the public when buying and selling commodities, choosing a place for housing or information about their age.
Selected problems in the process of building operation appraisal for the purposes of expert opinions
Novák, Jindřich ; Pivoda, Bohuslav (referee) ; Puchýř, Bohumil (referee) ; Mikš, Lubomír (advisor)
The basic requirement for a good quality expert opinion are high quality sources of information, i.e. adequately detailed and valid groundwork. This dissertation analyzes groundwork for expert activities in the area of building operation appraisals, handling of information and its transmission within the life cycle of a construction. For this purpose, it is possible to divide the construction according to its functional parts. The thesis puts emphasis on drawing up a budget according to its functional parts, which is clearer for the investors, contractors and real estate administrators as well as the expert. A significant part of the dissertation is dedicated to recommendations on how to determine the usual price of building operations. In this section I define some options of how to determine the usual price of building operations, including their comparison. Likewise, I investigated and compared real agreed prices of building contracts for public commissions. The basic recommendation resulting from this chapter is the recommendation for the Czech statistics department to automate the data collection based on registers of building operations created with one of the budgeting programs (preferably according to functional parts). For the experts, I prepared a set of recommendations based on the analyzed differences between the budgeted prices and those applied in real contracts. There is no generally accepted method to evaluate the losses created due to delays in construction. For the purposes of this dissertation, I investigated the common prices of rent of the individual equipment and then established two approaches to put value on the cost of equipping the site, percentage rate and individual calculation. I examine in more detail the issues related to quantification of costs for wintertime arrangements. At the end of the chapter I define recommendations for experts. With regard to recommendations for establishing discounts from the construction price due to occurrence of defects and unfinished tasks, I analyzed real examples of distribution of defects and unfinished tasks at the moment of delivering the building operation to the investor and discovered that approximately 50% of defects are part of the surface working. Additionally, I analyzed the Czech technical regulations regarding surface working in order to find basis for assessment of the presence or absence of a defect. While investigating the approach to non-removable defects, I discovered incorrectly considered shelf life of waterproofing within the appraisal. Based on this, I investigated the market and determined the shelf life of common waterproofing systems. At the end of this dissertation I carry out a comparison of selected items of the two pricing systems most commonly used in the Czech Republic, URS and RTS. The differences are a result of contemplating using different technologies, varied mechanisms and diverse approaches to determine the costs of material.
System concept of method highest and best use in the valuation of real estate
Klika, Pavel ; Weigel, Lubomír (referee) ; Mikš, Lubomír (referee) ; Bradáč, Albert (advisor)
Currently, development of the international investment market, the impact of the legislation of neighbouring countries and especially EU countries on property valuation is increasing. There is a need to unify not only the valuation procedures, but also terms, definitions, approaches, methods and requirements on the profession of the experts and assessors. One of the commonly used concepts of property valuation is the High and Best Use approach. This is a term that appears both in foreign and Czech literature, especially in connection to valuation of properties. When valuing a property and taking into account a valuation approach by considering the future use of the property, the consideration of the best use is crucial. When valuing using so called revenue way, i.e. we consider future property yields, the High and Best Use approach should be an indispensable part of the valuation. Although this is a very fundamental concept, there is no literature in the Czech Republic or abroad that would analyse in detail the process of property evaluation based on the High and Best Use method. The main aim of this dissertation thesis is to systematically elaborate the methods of valuation using the High and Best Use approach and to create a standard for experts, according to which it would be possible to process the valuation, respectively a part of the valuation of immovable properties. On the basis of such valuation, it would be possible to determine the market value of the immovable property in compliance with international standards and modern property valuation publications. The result of this dissertation thesis is both the proposal of a detailed procedure of a qualified expert´s work on an evaluation of the High and Best Use, including the influence of the easements on land and buildings, of a property and the proposal of an expert standard on this methodology. It includes a sample examples of an evaluation of the High and Best Use of the properties in the most common cases. The knowledge and information from this thesis have its contribution in Forensic engineering area in the field of theory and practice and pedagogical activities.
Standardization of expert methods in detecting defects in design documentation developed by 1949
Urbánek, Zdeněk ; Mikš, Lubomír (referee) ; Moudrý, Ivan (referee) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The work is focused on defining the methodology expert procedures for detecting defects in the project documentation in 1949. No legislation or literature this issue far more does not, it is a specific area that the project documentation defects generally are. The methods of the research study; analysis of documents; classification; Analysis - synthesis; induction - deduction; abstraction; comparison (comparison) case studies. Dissertation is focused on creating a systematic procedure for processing expertise, assessing defects in the design documentation in a limited period from 1880 to 1949.
Assessment of the influence of material composition of new buildings on their market price and the price of existing properties in the locality
Schenková, Klára ; Abraham, Karel (referee) ; Mikš, Lubomír (referee) ; Drochytka, Rostislav (advisor)
The submitted thesis focuses on establishing the extent of influence of material composition of selected segment of real estates (units) on their market price and price of the existing properties in the locality, including reasoning and experimental validation of market value (or market price) assessment methodology of the given property. It is indisputable that there are many subjective opinions and views of each individual assessor (of expert opinion) entering into the process of property assessment. Therefore it is necessary to “standardise” or rather unify, if possible, at least some input data in a way most likely preventing disproportions that are still a part of expert practise nowadays. The influence of material composition on the value (price) of the property, as for the relation to unit size, its locality and also its age and technical condition, is within this thesis verified first of all in computational phase of the assessment of the specific unit, when it in principle shows possible inaccuracy in assessing the final price of property, which should be avoided by a proper expert assessment. Practical impact and use of the influence of material composition is applied within the comparative method as one of several assessment methods that can be employed in establishing (assessment) of market value of the property.
Černocký, Robert ; Kubečka, Karel (referee) ; Mikš, Lubomír (referee) ; Bradáč, Albert (advisor)
This PhD thesis analyzes the current, by experts in minimum benchmark solved condition of valuation of damaged, unlicensed and unauthorized buildings, it defines the problematic status of the individual administrative areas where the expert report is the decisive evidence and it recommends suitable method of valuation of these buildings, so as to minimize the risk of bringing faulty expert opinion. The paper not only explains the basic concepts identified in the relevant legislation, but also systematically analyzes the possible ways of determining the usual price of mentioned buildings. Derived ways of valuation methods are validated on examples and evaluated. On the basis of this verification there is a recommended procedure to determine the usual price of these types of buildings, ie. the expert standard.
Determining influence of new construction on market value of nearby building sites
Daňhel, Petr ; Mikš, Lubomír (referee) ; Dočkal, Pavel (referee) ; Bradáč, Albert (advisor)
New building projects make changes in infrastructure and it is the reason of changing some of the characteristics of pricing building plots. For example: transport accessibility and connection to utilities. Side-effect of large-scale residential development is rising the price of land by speculation, because the expensive new buildings are creating places of "Good address". New construction pushing the boundaries of built-up area and in anticipation of further construction will begin trading at higher prices. The aim is to provide a method of determining of new construction on market value of nearby building sites. The project will be primarily focused on building sites as defined by law. Determination of the impact will be made by a comparative method. As comparative examples will be used traded, valued or offered real estates in locations with some new housing constructions (e.g. cadaster Bystrc, Komín, Sadova). The result of the work will be usable for real estate valuation: 1. Methodology for correction of index of variations to effects of new construction. 2. Methodology for correction of index of variations to speculative component of price.
Stránský, Jiří ; Mikš, Lubomír (referee) ; Kropáčková, Barbora (referee) ; Bradáč, Albert (advisor)
The dissertation focuses on the problem of determining the timeliness of the normal market rent an apartment at the market price of the apartment. The basic premise is obtain a database of prices of flats and apartments to compare these parameters the most accurate way. This area has been addressed several times, but only in some cities and not fully explored. The conclusions of the dissertation indicate what the relationship is normal and usual rental price of the apartment, then further comparison of the development of this relationship before the economic crisis, ie the price levels of 2008 and the present. Based on these data, it is also possible to determine the level of capitalization in each regional cities with regard to the average wage in each regional cities.

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