Sam Crisler, Wahoo Newspaper WAHOO – The housing market hasn’t calmed down in 2021, and that’s bad news for homeowners worried about their property tax payments. Earlier this month, the Saunders County Assessor’s Office sent more than 11,000 notices of change in value to property owners across the county, andRead More →

A recent Sixth Circuit case addressed a question that tends to arise frequently in various types of class actions, such as property insurance and environmental cases: whether property valuation questions are appropriate for class action. . The answer here was “no”, and the notice may be useful to accused personsRead More →

JC Market Research offers a latest report published on “Global Real estate appraisal software Market 2019-2025”. In addition, the Global Real Estate Appraisal Software report includes market size and forecast, annual growth analysis, and market dynamics, including growth drivers, restraining factors, opportunities, and trends covering the overall perspective of theRead More →

The Community Development Commission has approved the sale of the land at 5050 S. Prairie. Located at the intersection of S. Prairie Ave and E. 51st St, the project is made up of several lots. Divided into private lots at the intersection and city-owned lots at 5036-5044 S. Prairie Ave,Read More →

By leveraging artificial intelligence and computer vision, real estate companies can improve the accuracy of real estate appraisals. The increased accuracy can improve the credibility of these numbers for insurance, purchasing decisions, green light loans and other areas. Real estate valuation is often riddled with inconsistencies and inaccurate information, especiallyRead More →

The Flats Industrial Railroad Co. deeded an acre of property to Cleveland Metroparks and a pint-sized parcel to a neighboring landowner on Cleveland’s Columbus Peninsula. The park district plans to restore the British Street site north of Columbus Road as high-quality green space and use part of the railroad toRead More →