Printer Friendly

Articles from Appraisal Journal (June 22, 2017)

1-17 out of 17 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
Appraisal for refinancing is not sufficient for determining market value in a marital dissolution settlement. 443
Assessor's appraisal based on actual evaluation is more credible than appraisal that did not include visit to property and relied on computer database search for comparables. 563
Assessor's limitation on operating expenses requires supporting data to ensure current and correct assessed value of property. 743
Borrower not liable for loan deficiency where credible appraisal shows fair market value of interest in the property exceeded indebtedness on the relevant date. 700
In assessment contests, courts will look at evidence supporting tax commission's valuation, not original valuation of tax assessor. 505
Judge rather than jury determines if injury to residue is compensable in Ohio eminent domain. 338
Latest data, latest literature. Swango, Dan L. 4771
Mass appraisal is not necessarily a due process violation. 583
MLS information in an appraisal may be credible if actually independently verified. 598
Post-appraisal submission of additional costs based on contractor's opinion is not sufficient basis for reopening appraisal. 540
Regression, critical thinking, and the valuation problem today. Dell, George Report 8420
Taking a Look at AVM Challenges and Innovations. Linne, Mark R. Book review 1603
The effect of high-voltage overhead transmission lines on property values: a review of the literature since 2010. Anderson, Orell C.; Williamson, Jack; Wohl, Alexander Report 7534
The role of incentives in green building valuation. Runde, Timothy P.; Thoyre, Stacey L. Report 6578
Thoughtful analysis. Crosson, Stephen T. Editorial 339
Unit rule, not the summation rule, is used when valuing damage to property after a taking. 399
Valuation of casinos: risky business. Lennhoff, David C.; Brooks, David J. 7025

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2020 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters