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Articles from Appraisal Journal (September 22, 2014)

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AI-GRS and AI-RRS review designations: alternative path requirements for AI designated members. 237
AI-GRS designation requirements for general review candidates for designation. 497
AI-RRS designation requirements for residential review candidates for designation. 559
An appraisal report can serve as basis for a negligent misrepresentation claim by lender who relied on the report in making a loan. 771
Appraisal Institute Education Trust announcement of scholarship awards. Brief article 206
Data sources: uses and evaluation. Fanning, Stephen F. 8157
Difference of 16% between appraisal and foreclosure sale price is insufficient as a matter of law to prove the property sold for materially less than fair market value at foreclosure sale. 741
Exposure time and market value. McDonald, Neill F. 3118
In Georgia, appraiser owes no duty of care to borrower who relies on appraisal intended for use only by a lender. 344
In New Jersey, the burden of proof remains on the taxpayer throughout an assessment appeal. 977
In Ohio, each condominium unit must be valued as a separate parcel for taxation purposes. 465
Information, knowledge, and awareness: resources for real estate analysts and valuers. Swango, Dan L. 5189
Is across the fence methodology consistent with professional standards? Schmick, John T.; Jones, Jeffrey K. 7459
Issues of coverage under an insurance policy must be resolved via summary judgment or at trial. Brief article 308
Land rent reset arbitration in Hawaii: credibility and transparency. Kirchner, R.J. 6704
Qualitative analyses in the sales comparison approach revisited. Rhodes, Gene 9786
Summary of requirements for general candidates for designation. 254
Summary of requirements for residential candidates for designation. 255
The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the tax deductible value of perpetual conservation easements using the before and after method. 979
Third-class non-charter cities do not have the power to use eminent domain to eliminate blight. 332
Under residential-property purchase agreement, buyers' best efforts to obtain financing do not require them to seek industry review of appraisal. 526
When making depreciation adjustments for economic obsolescence, courts may not be required to treat tariff regulation as a form of depreciation. Brief article 515

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