I have a property that is in a very stable market area with a low turn around rate. The property has a balcony and deck which is not bracketed by any of the 6 sales I used. The underwriter wants me to expand my search and time which I did and still cannot bracket the amenities. I never had a request to bracket the amenities before so this did catch me off guard; then again I do not think I ever had an issue finding sales with decks and balconies in areas I appraised. Should I put sales that are not comparable in the report to bracket the amenities or simply calculate a contributory value for the amenities which are not typical in this market from my data? I do believe you can extract as an appraiser from the market what a typical buyer would pay for the difference... isn't our opinion what they pay for? What would you do, please genuine assistance and no smart remarks would be greatly appreciated. There seems to be a lot of that on these forums and it’s a shame because if you have knowledge you should be able to share it without belittling or making the questioner feel bad which I saw a lot of in previous messages on this forum.