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  1. Market/Marketability Analysis
  2. Market Equilibrium
  3. Inferred Demand
  4. Stabilization
  5. Move-Up Demand
  6. Two Types of Markets Analyzed in Appraisal
  7. Feasibility Analysis
  8. Demand Analysis
  9. Components of Capital Markets
  10. Depressed Market
  11. 6 Step Market Analysis Process
  12. Marketability Analysis
  13. Market Study
  14. Weak Market
  15. Components of Fundamental Markets
  16. Strong Market
  17. Market Disequilibrium
  18. Parts of Market Delineation
  19. Active Market
  20. Fall Out Demand
  21. Seller's Market
  22. Node
  23. Economic Base
  24. Buyer's Market
  25. Market analysis
  26. Fundamental Analysis
  1. a The economic base of a community is the economic activity that allows local businesses to generate income from markets outside the community's borders
  2. b 1. Define the product (property productivity analysis)
    2. Market Delineation
    3. Demand Analysis
    4. Supply Analysis (Survey and Forecast of competition)
    5. Analyze the interaction of supply and demand
    6. Forecast subject Capture (Market penetration concepts)
  3. c A study of the cost-benefit relationship of an economic endeavor
  4. d - Debt
    - Equity
  5. e A process that investigates how a particular piece of property will be absorbed, sold, or leased under current or anticipated market conditions; includes a market study or analysis of the general class of property being studied. This process is sometimes referred to as a site in search of use.
  6. f 1. Analysis of the user market
    2. Analysis of the buyer/seller market
  7. g Investigates the relationship between the demand for an competitive supply of real estate in a defined market for a specific property
  8. h A macroeconomic analysis that examines the general market conditions of supply, demand, and pricing or the demographics of demand for a specific area or property type.
  9. i In markets characterized by increasing rents, office building tenants who "fall out" of the market for class A space to class B space, or from class B to class C space
  10. j - Owner
    - Tenants (Customers)
  11. k 1. Capital Markets (Buy/Sell)
    2. Fundamental Markets (Users)
  12. l A market characterized by growing demand, a corresponding lag in supply, and an increase in prices
  13. m A cluster of properties with the same or complementary uses, generally a nucleus of office buildings and retail stores.
  14. n Forecast demand based on both basic and economic factors and conditions affecting specific sectors and industries
  15. o A market characterized by low demand and declining price levels; also called a soft market
  16. p A market that reflects either high demand and increasing price levels, or a large volume of transactions
  17. q The point in a property's life when it has reached a level of utility commensurate with supply and demand
  18. r An active market in which the sellers of avaiable properties can obtain higher prices than those obtainable in the immediately preceding period; a market in which a few available properties are demanded at prevailing price by many users and potential users
  19. s A depressed market in which buyers have the advantage; exists when market prices are relatively low and declining due to an oversupply of property or a reduced number of potential buyers
  20. t Demand projected on the basis of historic trends, current market conditions, rates of change, and absorption patterns
  21. u Demand analysis focuses on identifying the potential users of a subject property
  22. v 1. The theoretical balance toward which the supply of and demand for real estate move over the long run- a balance that is seldom achieved

    2. The balance created at any given point by the interaction of market participants
  23. w In markets characterized by declining rents, office building tenants who "move up" from class B to class A space, or from class C to class B space
  24. x A market in which a drop in demand is accompanied by a relative oversupply and a decline in prices
  25. y A process for examining the demand for and supply of a property type and the geographic market area for that property type. This process is sometimes referred to as a use in search of a site
  26. z A general characteristic of real estate markets over the short term in which the supply and demand for real estate are out of balance