I've confirmed a sale (two months old) of an older, brick warehouse not far from my subject; however, it has a few quirks. 1. It sold to a church, which brings up HBU questions since the subject is still a brick, owner-occupied building. 2. The seller took a second lein on the property for a portion of the sales prices. 3. The seller 'gave' $50,000 or so dollars of the sales price to the church for a tax deduction. The amount actually paid, the second lein, and the charitable donation equal the deed stamps. According to the buyer, the final (combined) price was set by the appraisal. Should I throw this out or make some Conditions of Sales adjustments? Advice is appreciated. Ridicule is endured. Wisdom is never rejected. Peace.