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"Principal of Progression" ???

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larryhaskell

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Pam:

Look in the 3rd edition of The Dictionary of Real Estate Appraisal.
 

larryhaskell

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Pam:

Look in the 3rd edition of The Dictionary of Real Estate Appraisal.
 

Rick Neighbors

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Pamela,

Look in Calvin Moye's book entitled "Principles of Residential Real Estate Appraising", section 3-7. Very good explanations and definitions in this book. Easy to read and easy to understand. Worth the purchase price! :)


Rick
 

Restrain

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That's why you want the smaller home in an expensive subdivision rather than the larger home in a lower quality neighborhood.

Roger
 
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