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Land value tax in the context of sustainable urban development and assessment. Part II ‐ analysis of land valuation techniques: The case of Vilnius

    Saulius Raslanas Affiliation
    ; Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas Affiliation
    ; Artūras Kaklauskas Affiliation
    ; Arūnas Remigijus Zabulėnas Affiliation

Abstract

Part Two of this article deals with problems related to land valuation. For that purpose, a site of 6.89 ares located in Švitrigailos Street XX, Vilnius, was selected as the research object and appraised using three approaches: the sales comparison approach, the MAMVA method and the mass valuation approach. Peculiarities of these methods in land valuation were reviewed and the recommendations were provided for land valuation for taxation purposes applicable in a new Model for Lithuanian Real Property Taxation System.


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Antroje šio straipsnio dalyje nagrinejamos problemos, susijusios su žemes sklypu vertinimu. Tuo tikslu buvo parinktas konkretus 6,89 aru ploto žemes sklypas, esantis Švitrigailos g. XX, Vilniuje, ir ivertintas trimis būdais: lyginamosios vertes, MAMVA metodais ir masinio vertinimo būdu. Apžvelgti šiu metodu taikymo ypatumai vertinant žemes sklypus, pateiktos rekomendacijos, kaip nustatyti mokestines žemes sklypu vertes ir pritaikyti siūlomam naujam Lietuvos nekilnojamojo turto apmokestinimo modeliui.


First Published Online: 09 Jun 2011

Keyword : Land market value, Sales comparison approach, Multiple attribute market value assessment method MAMVA

How to Cite
Raslanas, S., Zavadskas, E., Kaklauskas, A., & Zabulėnas, A. (2010). Land value tax in the context of sustainable urban development and assessment. Part II ‐ analysis of land valuation techniques: The case of Vilnius. International Journal of Strategic Property Management, 14(2), 173-190. https://doi.org/10.3846/ijspm.2010.13
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