The Inside Self-Storage (ISS) Store, an e-commerce website providing research and education products for industry professionals, is now selling a new book that examines self-storage facility valuation. Written by valuation experts Michelle Gigowski and Timothy Moffit, “What's It Worth? Making, Managing, and Measuring Value: Self-Storage Facility” applies theory to help owners and investors understand how value is made, managed and measured within the self-storage asset class.
The authors have experience as educators, analysts, appraisers and turnaround consultants, which enables them to help readers connect the dots between valuation theory and practice. Topics covered in the book include facility financial statements, external and internal value drivers and destroyers, valuation creation and facility-turnaround tips, 10 reasons to buy self-storage, valuation approaches and models, and more.
Published by Value It Press, the book is part of a “What’s It Worth?” series authored by Gigowski and Moffit. Additional titles examine valuation for mobile home parks and self-serve car washes.
Conceived as a central hub that allows self-storage owners, operators, developers and investors to obtain cutting-edge information and resources, the ISS Store is owned and operated by ISS, a dynamic services provider that has served the self-storage industry for more than 25 years. The brand includes ISS magazine, the ISS Expo and Self-Storage Talk, the industry’s largest online community.