Hopefully this is the correct forum for this question, if not, someone please let me know. Like most appraisers, we inspect a variety of homes, that range from new to should be condemned. Mostly somewhere in the middle of this range, I find the quality of condition of the subject. I am trying to figure out the "best" way to account for things that do not seems "normal" to me such as siding missing, shingles missing, stained ceiling(HO says roof fixed), flooring tiles missing, no closets, drywall not complete, etc. Three considerations to approach are: 1) give a cost to cure in the report for everything no matter how small (I feel like a construction estimator) 2) mention the condition, identify with effective age and like comparables, no cost cure 3)mention condition, effective age and make adjustment in the subject grid, but no cost to cure in the report, or all three??? Any ideas, thoughts, comments welcome. Thank you!!!!