Assessors often seem to think that economic obsolescence is a figment of a taxpayer’s imagination, when in fact, it is very real. Traditional notions of economic obsolescence include external factors such as industry changes or job market issues; however, factors such as climate change and tariffs can also impact a property’s value.
Cynthia Fraser will participate in this panel discussion alongside other leading professionals in tax, law and valuation to examine traditional and non-traditional factors that can affect the value of a property and how to quantify the impact of these factors.
For more information and to register, visit the 2019 ABA/IPT Advanced Tax Seminars website.
- Michele M. Whittington
Member, Morgan Pottinger McGarvey
- Cynthia M. Fraser
Principal, Garvey Schubert Barer
- John Russell Ray II, ASA
Senior Vice President, BVA Group
- Clara Lee
Senior Tax Counsel, The Wonderful Company LLC
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