Hotel owner jolted by new method used to determine real estate value

Popp, Jim
December 2001
National Real Estate Investor;Dec2001, Vol. 43 Issue 13, p22
Trade Publication
Tackles issues relevant to the property tax valuation of a hotel. Technique in hotel tax valuation; Problems with estimating business value; Factors that need to be considered in evaluating a hotel real estate value for property tax purposes.


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