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BREXIT and the Price/Value Equation

This article focuses on the impact on the appraisal industry of the United Kingdom’s (UK’s) June 23, 2016 BREXIT Referendum vote to leave the...

Part II: What You Should Know About the Direct Comparison Approach and Were Afraid...

(This post is Part II to the previous article “Standardizing the Direct Comparison Approach) The DCA is described as an approach. The dictionary describes an...

Part I: Standardizing the Direct Comparison Approach

This article will be posted in three parts: Part 1: Rationale for standardizing the DCA in terms of the actual adjustment process. Part 2: Fundamentals of the DCA and the traditional format it follows. Part 3: Implementation of the only DCA method found that follows the traditional DCA format, and allows each appraiser to explore his or her data.

There is not a ‘one size fits all’ housing policy that the federal government...

There is not a ‘one size fits all’ housing policy that the federal government can implement Proceed ahead with serious caution and much consultation.