"Appr states property is waterfront but broker adv there is only a stream that runs thru the back. Appr states in report the county data suggests that the stream is enough to qualify property as water frontage. Appr to change report to reflect "Non- Water Front" property and submit "Non - Water Front" comps or he is to provide proof of the county data" The property is rural acreage with a home three outbuildings and a barn, a 2-car garage and a 1800's school house that is being restored. The house has just gone renovation. "county data suggests that he stream is enought to qualify property as water frontage" No where int he report did I state this. I did place information that stated the different kinds of water front and usage. That different water fronts calls for different lot/acreage adjustments for verious reasons. I did make those adjustments that were called for. I also adjusted the comparable lots/acreage for the difference in value of the lots/acreage and water fronts as to that of the subject. As the location map in the report indicates in the report a stream runs on the north side and east side of the property. The flood map (which is also a pricture) that is in the report indicates that the subject property is in a flood zone, shows the buildings and the location of the stream course and another picture in the report shows the stream to be less then 50 ft from the subject buildings. The stream is large and deep enough that people canoe accross the property. The stream is any where from 8 to 14 fee wide and at some points wider. There are fish in the stream. The stream is used by people for fishing. Stream flows into the Fox River and the flood zone effects are from the stream and the Fox River.