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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Denver Service Center, Professional Support Division, Concessions Branch in [Denver, Colo.?] .
Written in English


  • Concessions (Amusements, etc.) -- Texas,
  • Big Bend National Park (Tex.)

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ContributionsUnited States. National Park Service. Denver Service Center. Professional Support Division. Concessions Branch
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Pagination2 v. :
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Open LibraryOL14688295M

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  Update on Financing Concessions for Comparables. The GSEs expect appraisers to determine the financing concessions, if any, for all settled sales used as comparables in appraisal reports. Appraisers are expected to do what is necessary to determine concession amounts through the normal course of business and not automatically default to entering “0” . APB Valuation Advisory #2: Adjusting Comparable Sales for Seller Concessions 1. APB Valuation Advisory #2: Adjusting Comparable Sales For Seller Concessions. This communication is for the purpose of issuing guidance on recognized valuation methods and techniques. Compliance with such guidance is voluntary, unless mandatedFile Size: KB. In Part 1: Defining Market Value and Understanding the Impact of Concessions, Hagar explains why Sales Price and “Market Value” are not always the same and how the federal definition of concessions may differ from what borrowers, agents and lenders believe.“Market Value” is the value appraisers are required to use when appraising property for a federally regulated . Real Property Valuation Advisories. Valuation Advisory #2: Adjusting Comparable Sales for Seller Concessions This Advisory provides guidance for appraisers on how to identify, verify, analyze, and adjust sale comparables for both seller and financing concessions.

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