This study analyzes the Income Approach – NBR 14653-4/2002, more specifically, in item 9.3 – when it proposes to “[...] identify the value of the enterprise based on the expectation of future results [... ]”. At this point, the property valuation protocol has been much discussed, especially in some lawsuits, due to the confirmed feeling that there is a lack of discretion when using, in a mistaken way, its dictates in properties not characterized as real estate-based, that is. that is, reaching real estate – land and/or buildings not produced/prepared for the lessor to exploit economically. The referred standard adds that: “[...] the value of the project will correspond to the present value of the projected cash flow, discounted at given rates [...]”. What has been seen is that the widespread use of this approach presupposes that the lessee will use the property attached to an exotic type of partnership with the lessor. These valuation procedures, disconnected from reality, somehow deviate from NBR 14653-2/2011, when the ideal would be to use the Direct Comparative Method of Market Data, thus considering the value of the property in relation to the value of the properties similar in a given region.

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DEUTSCH. S, ROTTMANN. E, SILVA, SILVA, Feigelson. Property Appraisals: Considerations Regarding the Income Approach - Its use and Possible Distortions in the Leasing Market. Global Journal of Management And Business Research, [S.l.], apr. 2022. ISSN 2249-4588. Available at: <https://journalofbusiness.org/index.php/GJMBR/article/view/3575>. Date accessed: 13 aug. 2022.