Why might a landlocked property (agricultural land) that's assessed at only $600 be selling for $51,000 when similar properties nearby are way cheaper
Other nearby properties that aren't landlocked don't have such a discrepancy between the assessed value and the market value.
Why might the difference between the assessed value and the market value of this property be so large?
Can/do people ever negotiate based on assessed value?
[If we are still considering the property, and it is still available after the snow melts, we will have it appraised and negotiate based on that.]
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