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Articles from Appraisal Journal (January 1, 2016)

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An analysis of solar home paired sales across six states. Adomatis, Sandra K.; Hoen, Ben Abstract 10641
Appraisal Institute members earning their designations during 2015. Awards list 3586
Beginning renovations prior to appraisal and failure to provide proof of damages irreparably prejudiced insurer. 389
Broadening perspectives: international journals, US trend reports, and land survey analysis. Swango, Dan L. 4710
Cape Cod-style home not sufficiently similar to a ranch-style home to be used as comparable sale. 552
Expert appraisal testimony reliable despite not using all three appraisal methods. 578
Fully loaded tax additur was appropriate for property under lease where owner pays property taxes. 574
Improving the value of The Appraisal Journal. Crosson, Stephen T. Editorial 452
Minnesota Tax Court erred when it rejected appraisal because it could not replicate calculations, and when it failed to consider income approach for income-producing property. 947
Outdoor billboard real property valuation. Helmer, Robert Thomas Abstract 12589
Property purchased as part of like-kind exchange was not a purchase under duress ineligible for use as comparable. 648
Residential units of comparison--a common denominator. Mills, Arlen C. Abstract 4937
Scott Robinson, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS. Brief article 240
Subsurface minerals may be used to determine property's value under income capitalization approach. 554
Tax court did not abuse its discretion when it relied on well-explained appraisal analyses. 523
Tax court's methodology for determining value of special-purpose property not sufficient to calculate external obsolescence. 625
The divide between strong capital flows and economic woes. DeLisle, James R. 10362
Use of higher education residential facility for summer camp participants does not defeat property's tax-exempt status. 416

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