MTS Journal

1996  •  Volume 13  •  Issue 3

The MTS Journal is the LEADING voice for Machinery and Technical Specialties valuers. Published by ASAʼs MTS Committee, the MTS Journal is written both for the appraiser who values equipment and for those who have a professional interest in the subject.
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Articles from this Issue

Editor's Corner

A special note from the Editor of ASA’s MTS Journal.
PAGE 2 Michael J. Remsha, ASA, PE

Chairman's Perspective

News from ASA’s Machinery and Technical Specialties Committee.
PAGE 3 Jackie L. Montalvo, ASA

More Miles

This article talks about use value and highest and best use.
PAGE 5 Leslie H. Miles Jr., ASA

Nature Of Telecommunications: How To Appraise A Telephone Company's Assets

This will be a 2 part article. Part 1 of this article discussed the nature of the telecommunications industry and described the major assets.
PAGE 7 Ralph C. Alberti, ASA

Tangible Personal Property Valuation Approaches, Methods, & Procedures

Within each of the above-described approaches (cost, market, and income) to value tangible personal property are several individual valuation methods. Some of these methods are described in this article.
PAGE 16 Manoj P. Dandekar, Ph.D., & Robert F. Reilly, ASA

Yacht Survey/Appraisal - The Written Report

The most common request is for a survey/appraisal, otherwise known as a condition and viue survey. For purposes of this article, comments relate to the report for such an assignment.
PAGE 23 Fred J. Struben, ASA, CMS

Keeping An Eye On Your Marine Asset

After receiving an appraisal on a marine asset, how do you know what your collateral will look like in two years, five years, or whatever the term of the deal? The following article from Lloyds List, as of October 12, 1996, addresses this problem.
PAGE 28 Norman F. Laskay, ASA