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Land Locked Property?

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sandpiperapp

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Has anybody had any residential properties as a subject or as a comp that were land locked? I am looking for something in Queens, but any of the five boroughs, Nassau or Suffolk might help?
 

Tony V

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If you have geo Data type in landlocked for the street address...go to the advanced search to run the search...then you are going to have to go thru the records to see if any sold....I did one out in Bridgehampton last year. It was a pain but I came up w/ 4 sales. They were dated but they were usable..
 
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sandpiperapp

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New York
If you have geo Data type in landlocked for the street address...go to the advanced search to run the search...then you are going to have to go thru the records to see if any sold....I did one out in Bridgehampton last year. It was a pain but I came up w/ 4 sales. They were dated but they were usable..

Thanks Tony
 

Tony V

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No sweat Birdman....hopefully it works out for you....you might what to try it on MLS public records also....
 

reviewbe

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As a suggestion, once you do this and find some sales and figure out what the influence of 'landlocked' is, put together a file, label it LANDLOCKED RESIDENTIAL SALES, and put your data in there. It will be ready the next time you run into something like this, even if it is years later it will give you a start. In my office, we would do this for several types of properties, landlocked, water frontage, boat-only access, etc. whenever we would have a job that required support for adjustments. After a while you get a pretty good collection of sales to hang your hat on.
 
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