Just looking for some input. My mentor is on a much deserved vacation. If a HO in a basic suburban neighborhood is forced to pay for the new sidewalk that was installed in front of his 15 year old home, because the township insisted that all streets of this neighborhood had to have sidewalks put in, and HO was responsible for the sections that were put on their properties, would the sidewalk be considered more of a normal part of what a neighborhood would expect to have ? Or would this be considered an added value to the property ? All of the comparables that would be used in this report also have sidewalks. I have no idea if the HO of the comparables had to pay when the were installed, or if they were just built as part of the development. Just curious as to some opinions on here. The HO was very adamant about the several thousand dollars he had to layout recently to pay for this sidewalk. Looking at if from a buyers perspective, would a homeowner pay anymore for a home with a sidewalk versus one that didn't have one, if everything else was equal ? Thanks as always.