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All three of the other methods for developing a capitalization rate for direct capitalization--band of investment using land and building ratios, derivation from an effective gross income multiplier and a net income ratio, and the debt coverage ratio model-have the same problems.
(22.) The gross income multiplier is inappropriately viewed as an element of the sales comparison approach by the CBOE.
Appraisers who attempt to derive and apply gross income multipliers for valuation purposes must be careful for several reasons.
For example, the low end of gross income multipliers is four, so the city takes $1 of rent and multiplies it by four to get $4.
This is the principle behind valuation by means of the gross income multiplier (GIM).
Converting gross individual billboard revenues via a gross income multiplier (GIM) to billboard value ignores entrepreneurship or the going-concern business component, which is intangible but real and therefore may not be legally compensable.
Nonstandardized billboards are generally owned by advertisers and do not generate the outside business income necessary for the gross income multiplier technique to be used.
The gross income multiplier methods (e.g., GIM or EGIM), although rendered less reliable because of the often large variances in operating expense ratios, may be more heavily relied upon for value estimation if the adjusted per-square-foot and per-unit value indicators exhibit a poor central tendency.
Just as a capitalization rate is used to express a relationship between net operating income (NOI) and value, a gross income multiplier (GIM) is used to express a relationship between gross income and value.
as well as the gross income multiplier formula components:
Recall that in the cost approach, the method used to estimate external and functional obsolescence is the capitalization of net income loss resulting from a particular value influence or the application of a gross income multiplier to rent differentials.
In general, capitalization rates declined, gross income multipliers (GIMs) increased and the price per square foot increased across property types and in all markets.