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  • On Fri, 24 Apr 2015, 7:54am PDT in Look at That, We're Number One!!!!!!, tatupu70 said:

    Call it Crazy says

    No, you didn't read it, otherwise you would have seen they used "developed" land as the basis for comparison.

    lol. So what does this quote mean then?

    "For undeveloped land he used comparable farm-land values to estimate prices. For developed land, he relied on estimates of land quality, home values and property attributes within a given Census tract. Larson believes his values are correct within a 10% margin of error."

    I have to give you credit. The fact that you are so clueless doesn't stop you from being an ass.

  • On Fri, 24 Apr 2015, 5:23am PDT in Look at That, We're Number One!!!!!!, tatupu70 said:

    Call it Crazy says

    Nope it doesn't, but as usual, you're just spout off with your trolling without reading the OP article to see how the numbers were calculated... HAD you read the article, you would know that what you spouted off has nothing to do with it...

    But since you echo your butt buddy, Iwog, who also just jumps in at the end of a thread, I wouldn't expect anything different from you...

    OK--I read the article. I see nothing that contradicts what I said. Unless you are trying to say that because they use "comparable farmland" to estimate value... How much do you think comparable desert farmland is worth these days?

  • On Thu, 23 Apr 2015, 1:43pm PDT in Look at That, We're Number One!!!!!!, tatupu70 said:

    Call it Crazy says

    Yep, if cost per acre is higher here, how do you explain paying 3X or 4X the price for a pile of 2x4's, sheetrock, cabinets, shingles, etc. in CA versus NJ?

    Are you really this dense. Have you looked at a map lately? CA is a tad larger than NJ and much of it is mountain and/or desert. You think that may have something to do with the cost/acre?

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