The client wants an appraisal done for their borrowers proposed project. It's complicated for several reasons. Besides being in a remote, rural area with few sales and none that are particularly similar or recent, the following issues are hexing me: 1. They want a value based on a 7.5 acre tract and the proposed residence.There are actually three 2.5 acre parcels with the house to go on one of them. All three lots are contiguous, buildable lots and have not been merged. 2. The improvements are of a panelized (SIP) design and they will be built by the borrower (a general contractor who also owns the company that makes the panels and other components) 3. The parcel that the improvements that are to be built on have been flagged with some sort of code violation. I have a feeling it's over the junk on that parcel but I can't get the code enforcement official to call me back. He always seems to be in the field. 4. The borrower does not own the parcels yet. He has made an offer to purchase and I can't seem to get a copy of the contract. The lender has not asked me to appraise the parcels for a purchase. They just want an appraisal based on hypothetical conditions that the 3 lots are 1 larger lot and that a new house has been built. Can I get away with just doing a single appraisal, identify the hypothetical conditions used, state that the borrower is purchasing the land but that the client has not requested a separate written appraisal report for the purchase and then forge on with this. I'm pretty much finished with this one, but I need to do some USPAP housekeeping. Any thoughts?