Special Purpose Properties

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Special Purpose Properties (also called Special-use or Single-use properties) may have only one use because of design.  Churches and theme parks are good examples of single-use properties.  Special use properties may be appraised at market value (value in exchange) or value in use.


It is often necessary to appraise special use properties using the cost approach because of the lack of comparable sales and income data on similar properties.

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