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VII JORNADAS IBEROAMERICANAS DE FINANCIACIÓN LOCAL Los días 5 y 6 de septiembre de 2017 en la ciudad de Cartagena, Colombia VII JORNADAS IBEROAMERICANAS DE FINANCIACIÓN LOCAL Los días 5 y 6 de septiembre de 2017 en la ciudad de Cartagena, Colombia An indicator of municipal fiscal effort on revenues related to real estate value and valorization with application in Brazil David Vetter and Marcia Vetter Main question  How much could greater municipal fiscal effort on these revenues based on real estate value and valorization help close the financing gap for needed infrastructure and social programs? (...) The relationship between fiscal effort and fiscal capacity: Two hypothetical municipalities: A and B Fiscal capacity Fiscal effort: Revenue Revenue estimated with a model (ER) Estimated revenue (ER) Actual revenue (AR) Revenue estimated with the fiscal effort model (ER) serves as a benchmark Methodology: Models of municipal fiscal effort We first calibrate the model for the selected municipalities (j): ARj = f (FCj) j = 1, 2, n Where: ▪ ARj = Actual Revenue per capita (ARj) for the total real estate property and transfer tax and betterment levies ▪ FCj = Independent variables measuring the Fiscal Capacity of the municipality j (FCj) Methodology: Fiscal Effort Index We then use the model to generate Estimated Municipal Revenue (ERj) for each municipality For municipality j: Fiscal Effort Index (FEIj) = Actual Revenue (ARj) / Estimated Revenue (ERj) FEIj = ARj/ ERj j = 1, 2, n Methodology: Fiscal Effort Index  Estimated Municipal Revenue (ERj) serves as a benchmark for municipal fiscal effort ▪ If the FEIj is less than 1, fiscal effort is below the benchmark ▪ If the FEIj is greater than 1, effort is greater than the benchmark ▪ For example, a FEIj of 1.35 indicates that the fiscal effort of municipality j (ARj) is 35% higher that its expected revenue (ERj) estimated using the model Data Description: Municipal revenues and fiscal capacity  Municipal revenue (dependent variable): ▪ Website of the national secretary of the treasury: Real estate taxes and betterment levies  Indicators of Municipal fiscal capacity (independent variables): ▪ Municipal GDP per capita (GDP) ▪ Municipal Development Index (MDI): ▪ Composite indicator covering employment and income, education and health ▪ Municipal agricultural GDP/ Total municipal GDP (%AG) Data Description: Sample of municipalities  The sample of municipalities: ▪ Target: Municipalities with 50,000+ population in 2010 census ▪ Final for municipalities reporting their financial data and meeting criteria: ▪ 530/531 municipalities for 2006 and 2010, respectively Reais (R$) of 2012 constant value using the GDP implicit deflator Exchange rate for 2012: US$1 = 1.95 Data analysis: Calibration of the Models  We calibrated the model using OLS regression for 2006 and 2010 ▪ The log-log form provided the best fit, yielding a R2 of 0.71 in 2006 and 0.72 in 2010 ▪ The coefficients of the independent variables are statistically significant Data analysis: Calibration of the Model: log-log form: 2010 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 2 4 6 A ct u al lo g A R j ( A ct u al : P er C ap it a IP TU IT B I B et te rm en t) log Estimated Revenue per capita (ERj) Fitted model 95% CB Revenue estimated with model (ER) Chart 2 Estimated Revenue (ERj) Actual Revenue (ARj) FEI > 1.0 FEI < 1.0 Fiscal Effort Index (FEIj) = Actual Revenue (ARj) / Estimated Revenue (ERj) Data analysis: Calculation and analysis of the Fiscal Effort Index: 2010 0 18 36 54 72 90 108 0 0.75 1.5 2.25 3 3.75 4.5 5.25 6 6.75 Fr eq u en cy FEIj = Actual Revenue (ARj)/Estimated Revenue (ERj) Chart 3 Brazil. Municipal Sample: Histogram of FEIj: 2010 Fiscal Effort Index (FEIj) Frequency Fiscal Effort Index (FEIj) = Actual Revenue/ Expected Revenue (ARj/ ERj) Data analysis: Calculation and analysis of the Fiscal Effort Index Brazil.
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POLICY FRAMEWK SUSTAIN REAL ESTATE | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form Search Toggle navigation Books Authors Series Subjects Librarians Databases Distributors Educators Catalogue Standing Orders Rights & Permissions Subscriptions Shopping cart You are here Shop » POLICY FRAMEWK SUSTAIN REAL ESTATE English Subjects(s): Economic and Social Development Human Settlements and Urban Issues Region(s): Americas Europe Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets Author: UN , ECE Publication date: October 2019 Page count: 40 Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: 19.II.E.30 Available Formats $20.00 ISBN: 9789211172102 Add to cart PDF $10.00 ISBN: 9789210042932 Add to cart About the product The UNECE Real Estate Market Advisory Group (REM) is a group of real estate experts who advise the Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management on sustainable real estate markets, working to identify specific measures to strengthen a country’s real estate market in a manner that would contribute to economic growth and sustainable development. In 2010, the REM Advisory Group published the “Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets”, a tool that would help guide the member States to create sustainable real estate markets. (...) Moreover, this version of the Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets maintains that, contrary to the widespread belief that finance and real estate sectors have negative impact on sustainability, they can actually contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals with the implementation of effective and compatible principles.
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POLICY FRAMEWK SUSTAIN REAL ESTATE | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form Search Toggle navigation Books Authors Series Subjects Librarians Databases Distributors Educators Catalogue Standing Orders Rights & Permissions Subscriptions Shopping cart You are here Shop » POLICY FRAMEWK SUSTAIN REAL ESTATE English Subjects(s): Economic and Social Development Human Settlements and Urban Issues Region(s): Americas Europe Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets Author: UN , ECE Publication date: October 2019 Page count: 40 Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: 19.II.E.30 Available Formats $20.00 ISBN: 9789211172102 Add to cart PDF $10.00 ISBN: 9789210042932 Add to cart About the product The UNECE Real Estate Market Advisory Group (REM) is a group of real estate experts who advise the Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management on sustainable real estate markets, working to identify specific measures to strengthen a country’s real estate market in a manner that would contribute to economic growth and sustainable development. In 2010, the REM Advisory Group published the “Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets”, a tool that would help guide the member States to create sustainable real estate markets. (...) Moreover, this version of the Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets maintains that, contrary to the widespread belief that finance and real estate sectors have negative impact on sustainability, they can actually contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals with the implementation of effective and compatible principles.
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POLICY FRAMEWK SUSTAIN REAL ESTATE | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Bienvenidos a las Naciones Unidas عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form Buscar Toggle navigation Libros Autores Suscripciones Recursos Bibliotecarios Distribuidores Educadores Catálogo Órdenes Recurrentes Derechos de autor & Permisos Shopping cart You are here Shop » POLICY FRAMEWK SUSTAIN REAL ESTATE English Subjects(s): Economic and Social Development Human Settlements and Urban Issues Region(s): Americas Europe Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets Author: UN , ECE Publication date: October 2019 Page count: 40 Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: 19.II.E.30 Available Formats $20.00 ISBN: 9789211172102 Add to cart PDF $10.00 ISBN: 9789210042932 Add to cart About the product The UNECE Real Estate Market Advisory Group (REM) is a group of real estate experts who advise the Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management on sustainable real estate markets, working to identify specific measures to strengthen a country’s real estate market in a manner that would contribute to economic growth and sustainable development. In 2010, the REM Advisory Group published the “Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets”, a tool that would help guide the member States to create sustainable real estate markets. (...) Moreover, this version of the Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets maintains that, contrary to the widespread belief that finance and real estate sectors have negative impact on sustainability, they can actually contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals with the implementation of effective and compatible principles.
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POLICY FRAMEWK SUSTAIN REAL ESTATE | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Добро пожаловать в ООН! (...) In 2010, the REM Advisory Group published the “Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets”, a tool that would help guide the member States to create sustainable real estate markets. (...) Moreover, this version of the Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets maintains that, contrary to the widespread belief that finance and real estate sectors have negative impact on sustainability, they can actually contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals with the implementation of effective and compatible principles.
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US$63.1B 31-Mar-20, 12.4% US$66.9B 30-Apr-20, 7.0% US$68.6B 31-May-20, 4.6% US$70.1B 19-Jun-20, 2.7% 2007 US$41.7 2010 US$41.4 2008 US$31.3 25% 5 Weekly Fund Performance 6 Strategic Asset Allocation vs. Actual Portfolio Asset Class SAA 2015 SAA 2019 30-Jun-19 31-May-20 Global Equities 58 45 56.9 55.2 Private Equity 5 9 4.7 4.9 Real Estate 9 12 6.9 7.4 Real Assets 4 0.3 Subtotal (GROWTH ASSETS) 72 70 68.5 67.8 Global Fixed Income 26.5 29 26.1 28.8 Cash & Equivalents 1.5 1 5.5 3.4 Subtotal (NON GROWTH ASSETS) 28 30 31.5 32.2 TOTAL (%) 100 100 100.0 100 SAA or Strategic Asset Allocation represents long-term asset allocation targets and ranges. (...) Note: Investments in Private Equity, Real Estate and Real Assets cannot be bought or sold at a short notice. (...) Strategic Allocation Target (%) Actual Portfolio Weights (%) 8
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