Monthly Archives: February 2016

Your Very Own Look

Hardly anyone wears a traditional suit anymore, and the matching shoes, belt, purse thing is long gone. We no longer go to the department store, or even the discount store, to get entire outfits for daily wear. Instead, we “parts … Continue reading

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Getting There

The ease of getting there often equals value. Scoring the importance of user accessibility by property type can reveal relative value relationships. In the following chart, I’ve used 0, 1, 2 as scores for ascending importance, with 0 as least … Continue reading

Posted in Market Trends

Are You Feeling Lucky?

The building where my office is located is getting appraised. The person doing this appraisal called me two weeks after the physical inspection to check some facts: his understanding of the existing contract rent was off by half his square … Continue reading

Posted in Real Life