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Articles from Appraisal Journal (January 1, 2018)

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"Residential Elements of Comparison--Transactional Adjustments". Potter, Ed Letter to the editor 298
"The 50% FEMA Rule Appraisal". Carroll, Raymond E. Letter to the editor 1015
"The 50% FEMA Rule Appraisal". Marx, David Letter to the editor 192
"The Effect of High-Voltage Overhead Transmission Lines on Property Values: A Review of the Literature Since 2010". Moliver, Donald; Naik, Datta Letter to the editor 1308
A Pipeline Spill Revisited: How Long Do Impacts on Home Prices Last? Roddewig, Richard J.; Brigden, Charles T.; Baxendale, Anne S. Report 12258
Analyzing Easement Laws and Cases in the States East of the Mississippi River. Bailey, Adam Leitman; Katz, Israel Report 7929
Appraisal Institute Members Earning Their Designations during 2017. List 1986
Broker's opinion of value may be used to update appraised values in court-approved orderly sale of properties. Mueller, Scott B. 682
Eminent domain taking of parking lot constitutes inverse condemnation of related suburban office building. Mueller, Scott B. 713
Environmental Risk Premiums and Price Effects in Commercial Real Estate Transactions. Jackson, Thomas O.; Yost-Bremm, Chris Report 10824
Estate cannot undervalue property to benefit residual beneficiaries. Mueller, Scott B. 765
Evidence of use of real estate and testator's intent necessary to determine elements in real estate bequest. Mueller, Scott B. 1384
How to Interpret Regression Coefficients and Calculate Adjustments for Differences in Property Productivity Features. Okoruwa, A. Ason Report 9407
James L. Murrett, MAI, SRA. Brief article 202
Measuring Contamination Impacts Over Time. Crosson, Stephen T. 404
Negligence claim does not flow to future parties. Mueller, Scott B. 685
Option agreement enforceable where language is clear and valuation is reasonable. Mueller, Scott B. 709
Speculative potential integration of parcels not proper basis for valuation. Mueller, Scott B. 823
Statute of limitations in negligence claim begins to run when claimant first has notice of irregularities. Mueller, Scott B. 1003
Trial court has discretion to allow expert appraisal testimony based on independent opinion developed using investor formula. Mueller, Scott B. 670

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