Monthly Archives: December 2013

Dixie & Restricted Reports

In anticipation of disputes during appeals about what types of appraisals qualify as valid evidence, Dixie enrolled in a USPAP* course offered online by one of the appraisal trade organizations. She learned a key fact that you should know! Read … Continue reading

Posted in The Adventures of Dixie Phair

Managed Erosion

The subject is a 30 year old multiple tenant office building, located in a suburban area with a total of 30,000 square feet. The typical individual tenant suite is small, about 500 square feet. Vacancy increased from 14% in 2011 … Continue reading

Posted in Real Life

Range Roving for the Holidays

The property owner walks in to the pre-hearing meeting armed with operating statements from the last three years relating to her income producing property.  She believes you must regard these statements as reality and the only true basis for valuation. … Continue reading

Posted in Case Studies