Ten Tolentino has ten years of experience in financial analysis and data analytics with specialization in real estate finance and investment. She joined TFA in 2013 and performs investment advisory, deal structuring, financial modeling, research and valuation. She built up her corporate real estate experience working in CB Richard Ellis and in McKinsey & Co.’s Global Procurement and Real Estate Group. She attended Ateneo de Manila University for college and the Asian Institute of Management for MBA, and is currently working to obtain a law degree at the University of the Philippines.
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Distinguishing Reversion Value from Terminal Value
Reversion value refers to the estimated value of an asset at the end of the forecast horizon if the asset is to be sold, which is akin to the terminal value, which refers to the value of the perpetual cash flows beyond the horizon if the asset were held on a going-concern. Reversion value thus takes into consideration the disposition taxes and expenses, while the terminal value does not.