Methods and Techniques for Contaminated Property Valuation

@inproceedings{Jackson2003MethodsAT,
  title={Methods and Techniques for Contaminated Property Valuation},
  author={Thomas Oliver Jackson},
  year={2003}
}
As noted in the previous edition of “Environment and the Appraiser,” 1 assignments involving contaminated properties, or properties that may be impacted by environmental contamination, often require specialized valuation methods and techniques. The Appraisal Standards Board provides guidance on this issue in Advisory Opinion 9 (AO-9), “The Appraisal of Real Property That May Be Impacted by Environmental Contamination,” which states that [e]stimating the effects of environmental contamination on… CONTINUE READING

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