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Condo’s location determines its value

By March 18, 2007


Last week the Seattle Times answered the following question about how a Condo’s location determines its value

My newest tax assessment values my studio condo in downtown Seattle at more than I think I could sell it for.

The studios in my building have no parking, no washer/dryer, no view, no air-conditioning, no gas range, no venting for range/oven, no fireplace and most have laminate counters, vinyl flooring, carpeting and low ceilings.

Are all these things considered in figuring their value for tax purposes?

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