that is a possibility as well. I will work on the report tomorrow and might find support for it as similar to inground spas -will see it is on the agenda...always something weird at a property it seemsInstead of making an adjustment you cannot support how about using your reconciliation.
It is affixed at this point due to elaborate patio and decking built around it. I doubt the pool could be removed without damaging it. That said, even though affixed , it is of much lower quality than a "real" inground pool and likely to rust or corrode at some point, though the new owners can enjoy it till that happensIf this is a lending assignment, would depend on your jurisdiction. In Ohio might be considered real property in a market transfer, as the intention was to affix the personal property in a manner that was as permanent as the longevity/physical life of the property affixed and "IF" at the time of sale, the seller removed the pool, it would result in undesirable site conditions as there would be a hole in the ground and a deck to nowhere.
Not to be rude, but where is this 5k coming from? The market is telling you a 5k adjustment is warranted? I just dont see it. It sounds like a pulled out of think air adjustmentfunny cause 5k was about the value I have in mind - more about the pretty patio and decking built around it and utility of a nice pool to enjoy till it rots out...could be years idk but not equal to a genuine inground pool
The market did indicate a 5k adjustment since I Found a comp with a similar AB pool- most of the adjustment due to the elaborate patio and decking to accommodate it rather than the pool itself -Not to be rude, but where is this 5k coming from? The market is telling you a 5k adjustment is warranted? I just dont see it. It sounds like a pulled out of think air adjustment