conservative property

conservative property

[kən′sər·və·tiv ′präp·ərd·ē]
(thermodynamics)
A property of a system whose value remains constant during a series of events.
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The revised assumptions include increased House Price Decline assumptions for every rating category, as well as the inclusion of a conservative property price indexation for properties valued before 2014.
In [4], it is indicated that the conservative property can affect the accuracy while the nonconservative FDM loses its conservative property in the situation when the grid is too small.
This phenomenon is in good agreement with the theoretical analysis in [18]; that is, the conservative property of FVM better ensures the accuracy of calculation.
Some property tycoons have paid thousands of pound to meet Tories through the Conservative Property Forum, an elite club of donors rewarded with "breakfast meetings".
Perhaps if money is short, these large developers should stop handing millions of pounds to Conservative Party funds, as they have done over the years as well as funding the Conservative Property Forum which sets up "breakfast meetings" to discuss planning and property issues.
Developers pay for access to the Government via a group called the Conservative Property Forum.
Lending institutions are requiring more documentation from buyers to verify financial stability, establishing lower loan-to-value ratios, and estimating very conservative property appraisals for mortgage applications.
More conservative property revaluations and a lack of new construction are limiting the automatic growth in local revenues, which towns became accustomed to during the latter 1980s.
Developers are paying for access to the Government via a group called the Conservative Property Forum.

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