So, I was in a continuing education class a few months back, and during lunch they had an underwriter (in the business for a long time) join us for some Q & A. Someone asked him what he felt the most important thing was for sales comparables. He answered "distance". I said "what if they're a completely different style of home?" He said, "that's fine". So, my question is, how often do you use, for example, a ranch as a sales comparable to a 2-story? I have always tried to avoid something like that at all costs if possible, but apparently it doesn't matter to this underwriter as long as it is close by. Generally speaking (if you can ever do that with appraising), would a rancher (similar in GLA, age, etc.) 1 mile away be your choice over a 2-story (similar in GLA, age, etc.) 2 miles away?