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  1. tuneman420

    Non Lender Appraisal "subject To" Question

    I have an appraisal I am completing for a contractor who is buying a property from an in-law. Before he makes an offer, he wants to know what it is really worth. The house needs some work and wouldn't pass an inspection the way it is currently. So I am wondering if I should make it " subject to"...
  2. Honey West

    Help Please! Window Bars, No Releases

    Do I make this curable functional obsolescence a " Subject To" condition? It seems to me that it's a definite yes,given the safety hazard but want to verify-- maybe "As-Is " with a notation and addressed in depreciation is enough? Also, any ideas on a cost to cure greatly appreciated! Thank you!
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