Evaluate l Locate - what is a locational analysis, how does location impacts property value and which areas of the UK are most resilient! #TAB U Podcast
TAB University podcast is back for season 2.
This season we're talking to property, lending and finance experts getting their help and asking the top questions asked about particular topics.
To kick things off, TAB is joined by Adam Kirby from JPES Partners talking about a property tool Evaluate l Locate. Adam discusses with Sam Morris lending associate and Katrina Hindley, head of marketing from TAB how the tool can be useful for property investors, property developers and lenders. He also gives TAB examples of how the location of properties impacts value and tells us that the tool can analyse data to determine which areas of the UK have been most resilient after the pandemic.
The top five questions asked on this episode of the show are:
Question 1 - what is Evaluate l Locate?
Question 2 - what is locational analysis?
Question 3 - how does location affect property value?
Question 4 - what other factors can impact property value?
Question 5 - which parts of the country have been most resilient?
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