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Need help with comps (Elmhurst)

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KenRossman

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small commercial property with extra large skylight...
 

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Tony V

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Just checked out the pix's.........is that a futuristic camera you are using....we keep telling people that we can't see the future..however you can take a picture of it....Guess i'm wrong..:rof:
 

KenRossman

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February 6, 2008 - maybe its some Asian or European notation? I keep forgetting to change the setting...
 

Eli Weiss

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Is this real? or you were using a fish eye lens :rof:
 

KenRossman

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For real, more than 50% of the roof has caved in, the inside is wrecked.

It's a knock-down...

Subject was commercial, but area is predominately residential (R5 zoning).

Very small triangular lot - H/B use probly for new 2 family.
 

Claude From NY

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What I've done

in a similar case is to find recently sold and or currently listed new construction two fams in R5. You should be able to find comps from the prior sales, usually a knock down land value sale.
 

KenRossman

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I have several good ones, another one, particularly on a dinky lot would be peachy...
 

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Eli - not a fish eye but a Kodak v705 at full wide (23mm equivalent).

A fish eye would be 20 mm or less.
 

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Eli - not a fish eye but a Kodak v705 at full wide (23mm equivalent).

A fish eye would be 20 mm or less.


I know that, but that cave-in gives is that fish-eye look.......

Great camera with that Ultra-Wide-Angle ....

I wish I had one, I always manage to step on the borrower's foot when I back up to shoot my photos....
I am lucky they always tell me "I'm sorry" :rof:
 
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