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Articles from Appraisal Journal (March 22, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
A discussion of excess land concepts and theory. Webster, Joseph M. Essay 5837
A recent sale of property should be considered in determining fair market value. 543
A temporary pause: time for a reality check. DeLisle, James R. Column 7849
Actual cash value as used in an insurance policy is not synonymous with market value. 641
Ad valorem taxes assessed on market value of property in year of a use change are void. 404
Appraisal Journal Outstanding Service Award. 304
Appraisals may be properly excluded as evidence in hearings regarding property valuation if good faith efforts are not made to comply with rules of procedure. 600
Armstrong/Kahn Award. 392
Comments on "Is across the fence methodology consistent with professional standards?". Rex, Charles W. "Sandy", III; Rex, Cameron R. Letter to the editor 3954
Determining property's fair market value based upon averaging of comparable sales is not proper. 665
Insureds waive their rights to appraisal if their request is delayed and significant litigation activities are pursued after insurers admit a loss is covered. 513
Lenders may resell property after a previous purchase at foreclosure sale is denied confirmation if they acted in good faith and show good cause. 454
Mass action joinder allowed where alleged inflated appraisals are part of alleged fraudulent scheme. 629
Net zero energy buildings: an introduction for valuation professionals. Runde, Timothy P. Essay 4964
Property owner successfully rebuts assessor's determination of value. 857
Real estate theory versus practices: a case study of valuation practices of Jamaican valuers. Beale, Tina Case study 7946
Resources for real estate analysts and valuers: internet search engines. Swango, Dan L. Column 6595
Review theory and procedures: a systematic approach to review in real property valuation. Book review 179
Richard U. Ratcliff Award. 396
Swango Award. 498
Timely recognition of development profit: a fair value perspective. Palmer, Brent A.; Wincott, D. Richard Essay 5975
Where a reasonable color match is not possible, insurers may be required to replace damaged and undamaged siding when buildings sustain covered losses. 693

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