Remaining Economic Life

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The Remaining Economic Life is the estimated number of years that an improvement will continue to contribute to property value.

 

The remaining economic life is used in the Age-life Method of estimating depreciation.

 

The Remaining Economic Life of an improvement is the total economic life minus its effective age.
The Effective Age of an improvement is the difference between its Economic Life and its Remaining Economic Life.

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