Definition of "Depth tables"

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Momentum Real Estate Group, Llc

Table demonstrating the relationship between the depth of a building lot form the street frontage and its market value. Street frontage is the greatest asset of a land parcel. The property value decreases as the distance from the street increases. Many deferent tables have been developed to measure the relationship between property depth and property value as a percentage of the front foot value of a standard lot


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Comments for Depth Tables

Shirley Chapman Shirley Chapman said:

How is the depth factor figured for front foot assessment?

Aug 10, 2018  08:58:23

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