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Wall Height Adjustmen Factor for Cost Per Square Foot

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Thomas N. Morgan

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I am appraising a home with exceptionally high cedar exterior/interior walls.
Bedrooms - 15' Kitchen - 14' Living Room - from 15' to 25'

The Marshall & Swift Square Foot Appraisal Form (For Subscribers to the Residential Cost Handbook) has a place on the first line for: Wall Height Adjustment Factor.

Nowhere in the Cost Manual can I find a reference to "wall height adjustment factor", as applied to a cost per square foot of living area.

Any ideas?

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Nancy in Friday Harbor

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Thomas N.....
In the Basic Description portion at the start of each quality chapter in the M&S Handbook, there is an Interior Finish paragraph. In bold type, it says

NOTE: BAse interior wall height is ......... and gives you the adjustment per foot.

Good luck!!!

Sun in shining in Friday Harbor!! :D
 

Thomas N. Morgan

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Nancy,

THANKS! I wouldn't have seen it there in a million years!

Sun shines brightly today, in Ocala, FL, too!
 
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