Recent history tells us that real property values almost never stand still.
The appeals process reminds us to focus on equity for the taxpayer.
The title of this post does not have a typo.
Or said another way: The viewpoint of one who doesn’t speak the truth.
When comparing the new Explosion SUV to the more elegant but similarly sized Extravaganza, you start to appreciate the nuance of subtlety.
Check out the following example, where the stated information was citied as a basis for market valuation:
What is a hot spot?
Buyer & Seller… sounds like oil & water, right?
Given that money is involved, tax appeals are often contentious affairs.
Many of these posts are intended to assist the newer Assessment Professional in learning commercial and industrial (C/I) property valuation.
Most states by now have adopted strict rules for real estate professionals establishing the concept of “agency”.
My original training in real property valuation was as a rights-of-way appraiser for a state highway department.
The law of averages says… well… nothing you want to hear, because it is pretty much a misunderstanding of probability.
You need security at your front door, and your choices are many, ranging from a live sentry on constant duty to an effective monitor enabling you to see what’s going on.
“What’s the commercial cap rate?”
I joined a stock club in the late 80s, and as a novice investor asked the group a question…
It’s my job to remind you how to regard “owner occupied” properties for assessment valuation purposes:
Soon, it is said, big data will perform the numerous medical, financial, and real estate advisory functions better than existent providers.
We live in a world where everyone must be a winner… whether earned, by default, or simply contrived.
This is not an admission that I ate an ant. To get the complete title of this post, insert the two missing Rs.