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land valuation

Estimation of the monetary or "market" value of land for the purpose for which it is currently used, e.g. farming.

 

Source: FAO

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Reports & Research
November 2022
Africa
Namibia
Global

This is a brief summary of the State of Land Information in Namibia report. The SOLI Namibia reports serves as a diagnostic for the land information ecosystem in Namibia and enable targeted interventions for improved information management at a later stage. 

Reports & Research
September 2022
Senegal

Ce rapport sur l'état des informations foncières (SOLI) est une analyse de l'état actuel des données foncières au Sénégal, évaluant la disponibilité des informations foncières et la conformité de ces informations avec les normes de données ouvert

Manuals & Guidelines
April 2021
Global

A lack of capacity in the land management and administration is a key reason that land policies are not effectively implemented in many countries and, indeed, is a reason that those policies are inappropriate or become outdated.

Journal Articles & Books
March 2021
Tanzania

Large-scale land acquisition projects by foreign investors, also known as “land grabbing,” raise difficult questions about the processes of valuing land in Sub-Saharan Africa that the current literature does not sufficiently explore. Land acquisitions can help developing countries like Tanzania achieve their economic and development goals.

Peer-reviewed publication
January 2021
Croatia
Norway
United States of America

Cadastral parcels valuation is a very important aspect when defining the priorities for the selection of newly formed parcels in the reallocation processes. Land reallocation involves a new redistribution of land parcels in the project implementation area.

Peer-reviewed publication
December 2020
Ghana

Existing studies on blockchain within land administration have focused mainly on replacing or complementing the technology for land registration and titling. This study explores the potential of using blockchain technology to enhance the transparency of all land administration processes using an integrative review methodology coupled with a framework analysis.

Peer-reviewed publication
November 2019
Global

The use of land consolidation on customary lands has been limited, though land fragmentation persists. Land fragmentation on customary lands has two main causes—the nature of the customary land tenure system, and the somewhat linked agricultural system.

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