What's so Special about Special-Purpose Property?
Ron Throupe and
Kay ZHANG and Xue MAO
The Valuation Journal, 2015, vol. 10, issue 2, 44-67
The concept of a special-purpose property is often confused with the concept of a special use or limited-market property. In practice, special-purpose, special use, and limited-market properties are not necessarily interchangeable. This article clarifies what constitutes special-purpose property, and it outlines a process to identify special-purpose property for valuation by focusing on the property itself, not the use or user.
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