Effects of Violent Crimes on Residential Property Values

Little, Sheila A.
July 1988
Appraisal Journal;Jul88, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p341
Academic Journal
Evaluates the effects of violent crimes on residential property values. Opinions on the scope of appraisers' responsibilities in dealing as they with such properties; Obligation of the appraisers under disclose laws; Sample case of appraising the value of a property where a violent crime has occurred.


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