Working on a retrospective value of a 102 acre piece of multi-zone property. It's in the central valley of California, very rural and mostly agricultural. It sold at a very high sale price near the end of 2007. The theory for it's high sale price is that it is considered "transitional" property, i.e. HBU changing in anticipation of more intensive uses due to it's proximity to s small cluster town that was rapidly developing at the time and it's location with state highway frontage. Well, that's all done because the market crashed a few months after the purchase and nothing has happened to the property and nothing is probably going to happen for years to come. It can still be used for agricultural uses (row crops, field and seed, orchards, grapes, etc.). Is this property no longer "transitional" property?