Just received a request from an AMC on an appraisal I just completed to include the state in which each of the comparables are located. Now on the sales comparison grid for each comparable I always put the city but have never thought of putting in the state as well as this seemed to be a "no-brainer" that it was located within the same state. I can just see my addendum if that wasn't the case: "The appraiser has opted to select only comparables with the same city name as that of the subject as it is the appraiser's opinion that the current market reaction to cities of the same name are more reflective of current market conditions as opposed to proximity to the actual location of the subject. In cases where the comparables were located in different states than where the subject is located, MLS photos were utilized as attempting to visually inspect and photograph these comparables from the street was not practical during the normal course of business." I'm just wondering if as a normal course of business you include the state the comparables are located in?