An appraisal method of estimating the value of land when given the net operating income and the value of improvements.
Sale of land and immediate leasing back by the original owner, whereupon the original owner can realize the capital value of the property and still retain its use.
Land use intensity
A measure of the extent to which a land parcel is developed in conformity with zoning ordinances.
Land use map
An official map indicating intensity of land use in a zoned urban area.
Land use planning
Activity, generally conducted by a local government, which provides public and private land use recommendations consistent with community policies and is generally used to guide decisions on zoning.
Land use regulation
Government ordinances, codes and permit requirements intended to make the private use of land and natural resources conform to policy standards
Land use succession
Changes in the predominant use of a neighborhood or area over a period of time. Contributing factors to this change include the physical aging of residents leading to the turnover of ownership, business districts expanded into the area and the physical aging of the building structures.
Land value map
Map delineating property values over a designated area.
Land, tenements and hereditaments
Phrase from early English law used to describe al types of real estate property, improvements to he land, and all rights accruing to the land.
A platform at the end, top or bottom of a flight of stairs.