GIY

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AcronymDefinition
GIYGlam It Yourself
GIYGrow It Yourself
GIYGoogle It Yourself (Internet slang)
GIYGross Initial Yield
GIYGreatness In You
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The gross initial yield (GIY) of an investment can be defined as follows:
In practice, therefore, the market value of a property is appraised as follows: Market value = {(gross market rent/ gross initial yield) - PV (4) (market rent - contract rent) - PV (overdue maintenance - other adjustments)}/ (1 + buyer's costs) (5)
The market research indicates a gross initial yield of 6.5% for fully let buildings without overdue maintenance on similar locations.
Market value = {(gross market rent/ gross initial yield) - PV (market rent - contract rent) - PV (overdue maintenance - other adjustments)}/ (1 + buyer's costs) (1) Maximum investment for buyer including buyer's costs (2,800 sq.
If a property with a gross rental flow of 7 is acquired for a total cost of 100, the gross initial yield is 7%.