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Resources Available to Assist in Understanding the New AQB Criteria
In order to ensure that the changes to the AQB Real Property Appraiser Qualifications Criteria, effective 1/1/08, are understood by all impacted parties, the
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4.7: FHA Appraisal Protocol Update
Date: February 24
Time: 8:30 a.m. -- 5:00 p.m.
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1.5: Residential Analysis for Small Income Property Appraisals
Date: March 9 & 10
Time: 8:30 p.m. -- 5:00 p.m.
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1020 Sundown Way, #140
Roseville, CA 95661
6.7: The Cost Approach to Residential Properties
Date: March 23
Time: 8:30 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m.
Holiday Inn
1050 Burnett Avenue
Concord, CA 94520
16.2: The Appraisal of Foreclosure Properties
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Table of
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Terminating a Sub for Defective Work: Beware of the Consequences If Not Done Correctly
Schedule Analysis – Cracking the Code (Part 1 of 3)
When The Federal Government Goes Too Far
Scheduling Specifications – Do They Work?

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Real Estate is offered as an option within the
Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. This option prepares students for a wide variety of careers in
an industry that continues to expand and diversify.
Buying, selling, improving, developing, financing, valuing, and managing real estate are activities that constitute a very important and essential segment of the
economy. Experts trained in real estate are found in government, private industry, and real estate professional and trade associations. The most popular
specialization is real estate brokerage. In a sense the brokerage serves as the central marketplace for buyers and sellers of real estate. The broker must know the
legal responsibilities of an agent to his or her principal, the selling owner; the current demand for the property offered for sale; the fair market value of the property;
local real estate regulations; and methods of financing the property being bought.

Introduction
The
USC Lusk Center for Real Estate is committed to undertake and disseminate the highest quality research that addresses timely, relevant and compelling issues
pertaining to real estate markets, business and public policy, the urban economy, urban and regional economics, finance, planning, land use, and infrastructure.
The Lusk Center annually issues a call for proposals and provides direct support to faculty affiliates engaged in such research, all under the oversight of the
Center's Research Committee. Results of those research projects are disseminated via Center working papers and typically result in refereed academic publications.
Center research findings also are disseminated to the larger academic, professional, and policy communities via our Research Brief series.

Feel free to browse through our working paper and research briefs, all of which are available for download. If you have any questions regarding research conducted
by the Lusk Center, email us at lusk@marshall.usc.edu or call 213-740-5000.

REPORT ON THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE
SCIENTIFIC METHOD TO SCIENTIFICALLY
VALID RESEARCH AND
EDUCATION RESEARCH
On January 23, 2002 Congress passed H.R. 3801, the Educational Sciences Reform Act, “to provide for improvement of Federal education research, statistics,
evaluation, information, and dissemination, and for other purposes.” The act established the Institute of Education Sciences in the Department of Education, to be
administered by a Director. The National Board for Education Sciences was also established to
advise and consult with the Director on policies of the Institute. The duties are quite demanding, and the Director and Board Members have sworn to faithfully
discharge them. They serve without compensation,  making a great sacrifice of time and effort for America.
Their task is made especially difficult because of the little-publicized situation that:
Our top educational leaders and educational researchers follow the claim of Dr. James B. Conant (1893–1978), a powerful and authoritative educator and scientist,
that the scientific method does not exist.  The scientific literature on the whole acknowledges the existence of the scientific method. This consensus can easily be
confirmed by typing “the scientific method” into Google and Yahoo. On November 11, 2005
each showed more than 1,500,000 hits. From a previous rough sampling I made, I estimate that more than 95% are favorable to the existence of the scientific
method. Since the general literature also clearly indicates that science is its method, this difference of
opinions makes the task of the Board much harder.

Introduction to
“The Greatest Idea of All Times”
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Dear Knowledge Seeker,
The scientific method has earned the title of “The Greatest Idea of All Times.” Put this idea to work for you in your problem solving and decision making.
These pages contain today’s most up-to-date, clear, concise and reliable information about the scientific method that has ever been offered.

Introduction to the
Scientific Method
The scientific method is the process by which scientists, collectively and over time, endeavor to construct an accurate (that is, reliable, consistent and non-arbitrary)
representation of the world.
Recognizing that personal and cultural beliefs influence both our perceptions and our interpretations of natural phenomena, we aim through the use of standard
procedures and criteria to minimize those influences when developing a theory. As a famous scientist once said, "Smart people (like smart lawyers) can come up with
very good explanations for mistaken points of view." In summary, the scientific method attempts to minimize the influence of bias or prejudice in the experimenter
when testing an hypothesis or a theory.

APPRAISAL THEORY
An
appraisal, in itself, is nothing more than an opinion of value. This does not imply,
however, that one opinion is necessarily as good as another; there are valid and accurate
appraisals, and there are invalid and inaccurate appraisals. The validity of an appraisal
can be measured against the supporting evidence from which it was derived, and its
accuracy against that very thing it is supposed to predict - the actual behavior of the
market. Each is fully contingent upon the ability of the appraiser to record adequate data
and to interpret that data into an indication of value.
Appraising real property, like the solving of any problem, is an exercise in reasoning. It
is a discipline, and like any discipline, it is founded on fundamental economic and social
principles. From these principles evolve certain premises which, when applied to the
valuation of property, serve to explain the reaction of the market. This section concerns
itself with those concepts and principles basic to the property valuation process. One
cannot overstate the necessity of having a workable understanding of them.

GLOSSARY OF
REAL ESTATE TERMS

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From: HUD USER News
The latest issue of Cityscape, a journal of housing and
urban policy, showcases staff studies from HUD's Office
of Policy Development and Research, and offers expert
analysis of housing markets, program evaluation, and
policy. Article topics include:
* Home equity conversion mortgage terminations;
* A community development needs index for Community
Development Block Grant allocations;
* The effects of the Real Estate Settlement
Procedures Act disclosure strategy;
* Housing discrimination based on linguistic
profiling;
* Smart growth development in the U.S. and its
implications for urban sprawl;
* The effects of public service expenditures on the
interregional variance of housing costs;
* Using duration of rent burden as a measure of
need;
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* Using geographic information systems in disaster
recovery and response; and
* New approaches to accurately estimating the length
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Required Classes
Fundamentals of Mortgage Banking     Certificate  3 CEUs  
This class is an introduction to the vocabulary of mortgage banking and its basic elements. Through lecture, discussion, and readings, participants learn about the
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Prerequisite:
none.  
Loan Processing, Underwriting and Closing     Certificate  4 CEUs  
This course provides historical evaluation of FHA, VA and other loan underwriting organizations and how they fit into the mortgage process. Components, risks,
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Property Appraisal Review     Certificate  2 CEUs  
Appraisal of the property is one of the most important documents in the loan package. The appraisal assists the mortgage banker and underwriter in assessing the
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mortgage lending.

Appraisal / Valuation
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All items are available at the Jack Brause Library. Please request them at the Reference Desk.
General Appraisal Texts

Appraising Partial Interests. Keating, David M. Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 1998.

HD1387.K39 198.


Appraisal of Real Estate, 12th edition. Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 2001. HD1387.A663


Appraiser’s Workbook, 2nd edition. Akerson, Charles B. Chicago: Appraisal Institute,

996. HD1387.A518 1996


Assessing Building Performance. Preiser, Wolfgang F.E. and Jacqueline C. Vischer, eds.

Oxford: Elsevier, 2005. TH453 .A88 3005


Basic Real Estate Appraisal, 5th edition. Betts, Richard M and Silas J. Ely. Upper Saddle

River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 2001. HD1387.B43 2001


Income Property Appraisal and Analysis. Friedman, Jack P. and Nicholas Ordway.

Reston, VA: Reston Publishing Company, Inc., 1981. HD1387.F649 1981


Income Property Valuation. Fisher, Jeffrey D. and Robert S. Martin. Chicago: Real Estate

Education Company (Dearborn Financial Publishing, Inc.), 1994. HD1387.F5293    1994



Property Appraisal and Assessment Administration. Eckert, Joseph, editor. Chicago:

International Association of Assessing Officers, 1990. HD 1387.P697 1990


Property Inspection: An Appraiser’s Guide. Simpson, John A., MAI. Chicago: Appraisal

Institute, 1997. TH439.S54 1997


Real Estate Appraisal, 2nd edition. Smith, Halbert c. and Jerry D. Belloit. Worthington,

Ohio: Publishing Horizons, Inc., 1987. HD1387.S5152 1987



Real Estate Market Valuation and Analysis. Kahr, Joshua and Michael C. Thomsett.


Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley, 2005. HD1387 .K3135 2005


Understanding Limited Appraisals and Appraisal Reporting Options. Chicago: Appraisal

Institute, 1996. HD1389.5.U6 C655



Valuation of Real Estate, 3rd edition. |Ring, Alfred A. and James H. Boykin. Englewood

Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1986. HD1387.R5



Commercial Appraisal


Commercial Investment Property: Valuation Methods: An Information Paper. London:

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Business Services Ltd., 1997.

HD1393.55.C66


Residential Appraisal


Appraising Condominiums: Suggested Data Analysis Techniques. Dombal, Robert W.

Chicago: American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, 1981. HD1387.D65 1981



Appraisal of Apartment Buildings. O’Connell, Daniel J. New York: John Wiley & Sons,

Inc., 1989. HD1387.037 1989



Appraisal of Residential Properties, 3rd Edition. Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 1999.

HD1387.A685 1999



Communicating the Appraisal: Individual Condominium Unit Appraisal Report, 2nd

edition. Mills, Arlen C. and Dorothy

Mills. Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 1995.

HD 1387.M549 1995



Communicating the Appraisal: Small Residential Income Property Appraisal Report, 2nd

edition. Mills, Arlen C. and Dorothy Mills. Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 1995.

HD1387.M5495 1995



Communicating the Appraisal: Uniform Residential Appraisal Report, 2nd edition. Mills,

Arlen C. and Dorothy Mills. Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 1994. HD1387.M55



Cooperative Apartment Appraisal. Gunn, Eleanor and John Simpson. Chicago: Appraisal

Institute, 1997. HD7287.72.U6 G86



Essentials of Home Inspection. Exterior. Chicago: Dearborn Home Inspection, 2003.

TH429.E87 2003



Residential Sales Comparison Approach: Deriving, Documenting, and Defending Your

Value Opinion. Rattermann, Mark R. Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 2000.

HD1389.5.U6 R88



Valuation of Apartment Properties. Mills, Arlen C. and Anthony Reynolds. Chicago:

Appraisal Institute, 1999. HD1387.M553 1999





International Appraisal


Italian Property Valuation Standard/ Codice delle Valuatzioni Immobiliari. DeMarco,

Aldo, et al. Rome: Tecnoborsa, 2005. HD1389.5.I8 C63 2005



Real Estate Valuation in Global Markets. Gelbtuch, Howard C., et al, editors. Chicago:

Appraisal Institute, 1997. HD1387.R382 1997



Miscellaneous Appraisal Topics


Appraisal of Rural Property. Chicago: American Society of Farm Managers and Rural

Appraisers / Appraisal Institute, 2000. HD256.A67 2000



The Effect of Community Gardens on Neighboring Property Values. Been. Vicki and Ioan

Voicu. New York: Furman Center for Real Estate & Urban Policy, New York

University School of Law, Wagner School of Public Service, 2006.

SB457.3 .B44 2006



Environmental Site Assessments and Their Impact on Property Value: The Appraiser’s

Role. Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 1995. HD1389.5.U6



Historic Properties: Preservation and the Valuation Process, 2nd edition. Reynolds, Judith.

Chicago: American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, 1996. HD1387.R44 1996



Hotels and Motels & Valuation and Market Studies. Rushmore, Stephen and Erich Baum.

Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 2001. TX9113.V34 R865



Real Estate Damages: An Analysis of Detrimental Conditions. Bell, Randall. Chicago:

Appraisal Institute, 1999. HD1389.5.U6 B45



Subdivision Analysis. Lovell, Douglas D. and Robert S. Martin. Chicago: Appraisal

Institute, 1993. HD1387.L7 1993



Valuing Contaminated Properties: An Appraisal Institute Anthology. Roddewig, Richard

J., editor. Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 2002. HD1387.5.U6 V36 2002



Appraisal Review


Appraising the Appraisal: The Art of Appraisal Review. Sorenson, Richard C. Chicago:

Appraisal Institute, 1998. HD1387.S57 1998



Theory of Appraisal


Appraising in a Changing Economy. Gibbons, James E. Chicago: American Institute of

Real Estate Appraisers, 1982. HD1387.G5



Capitalization Theory and Techniques Study Guide, 2nd Edition. Akerson, Charles B.

Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 2000. HD1387.A52 2000



Controversies in Real Property Valuation: A Commentary. Albritton, Harold D. Chicago:

American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, 1982. HD1387.A535 1982



Down to Earth. Kahn, Sanders A. Chicago: Society of Real Estate Appraisers, 1985.

HD1387.K29 1985



Dynamics of Property Location. Schiller, Russell. New York and London: Spoon Press

2001. HD1387.S297 2001



Readings in Highest and Best Use. Chicago: American Institute of Real Estate             

Appraisers, 1981. HD1387.R356



Readings in the Income Approach to Real Property Valuation. Chicago: American

Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, 1977. HD1387.R36



Readings in the Income Capitalization Approach to Real Property Valuation, Volume II.

Chicago: American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, 1985. HD1387.R36 vol.2



Readings in Market Value. Chicago: American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, 1981.

HD1387.R356



Readings in Real Property Valuation Principles. Chicago: American Institute of Real

Estate Appraisers, 1977, and Volume II 1985. HD1387.R357



Readings in the Appraisal of Special Purpose Properties. Chicago: American Institute of

Real Estate Appraisers, 1981. HD1387.R359



Real Estate Appraisal: A Critical Analysis of Theory and Practice. Wendt, Paul F. New

York: Henry Holt and Company, 1956. HD1387.W45 1956



Real Estate Appraisal Review and Outlook. Wendt, Paul F. Athens, GA: University of

Georgia Press, 1974. HD1387.W46 1974



Exam Study


Questions & Answers to Help You Pass the Real Estate Appraisal Exams, 3rd edition.

Fisher, Jeffrey D. and Dennis S. Tosh. Chicago: Dearborn Financial Publishing,

Inc., 2000. HD1387.F54 2000



Fundamentals of Real Estate Appraisal, 8th edition. Ventolo, William L. and Martha R.

Williams. Chicago: Dearborn Real Estate Education, 2001. HD1387.V45 2001



Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice: Applying the Standards. Tosh,

Dennis S., and William B. Rayburn. Chicago: Dearborn Real Estate Education,

2004. HD1387.T68 2004





Handbooks


American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers Financial Tables. Mason, James J., editor.

Chicago: American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, 1982. HD1388.M24



Appraisal Writing Handbook. Blankenship, Alan. Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 1998.

HD1387.B538 1998



Code of Professional Ethics & Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice of the

Appraisal Institute. Appraisal Institute. Chicago, IL: Appraisal Institute, 2005.

HD1387 .A66 2005



Communicating the Appraisal: A Guide to Report Writing. Foreman, Robert L. Chicago:

American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, 1982. HD1387.F57



Ellwood Tables for Real Estate Appraising and Financing. Ellwood, L.W. “Pete”.

Chicago: American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, 1977. HD 1387.E39 1977



Encyclopedia of Real Estate Appraising, 3rd edition. Friedman, Edith J., editior

Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, Inc., 1978. HD1387.F69 1978



The Guide to Appraisal office Policies and Procedures. Love, Terrence L. Chicago:

Appraisal Institute, 1991. HD1387.L68 1991



Mathematics for Real Estate Appraisers. Fisher, Clifford E. Chicago: The Appraisal

Institute, 1996. HD1387.F527 1996



The Narrative Report. Himstreet, William C. Chicago: American Institute of Real estate

Appraisers, 1988. HD1387.H518 1988



Practical Applications in Appraisal Valuation Modeling: Statistical Methods for Real

Estate Practitioners. Kane, M. Steve, et al. Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 2003.

HD1387.K32 2003



Rates and Ratios Used in the Income Capitalization Approach. Fisher, Clifford E.

Chicago: Appraisal Institute, 1995. HD1387.F542 1995



Market Analysis


Korpacz Real Estate Investor Survey. New York: PriceWaterhouse Cooper, Quarterly.



Market Analysis for Valuation Appraisals. Fanning, Stephen F., et al. Chicago: The

Appraisal Institute, 1994. HD1387.F33 1994



Real Estate Market Valuation and Analysis. Kahr, Joshua and Michael C. Thomsett.

Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley, 2005. HD1387 .K3135 2005



*See Market Feasibility Reference Guide  and Market Reports Reference Guide

for Market Analysis Sources.



Cost Estimating


Green Building: Project Planning & Cost Estimating: A Practical Guide for Constructing

Sustainable Buildings: Cost Data for Green Materials, Components & Systems;

Special Project Requirements; Financial Analysis & Incentives. Keenan, Andrea.

Kingston, MA: R.S. Means, 2002. NA2542.36.K44



How to Estimate With Means Data & CostWorks: Learn How to Estimate Using the

Nation’s Most Recognized Construction Cost Source. Kingston, MA: R. S. Means

Co., 2002. TH435.H68



Marshall Valuation Service. Los Angeles: Marshall & Swift, Looseleaf updates.

HD1387.M34



Residential Cost Hanbook. Los Angeles: Marshall & Swift, Looseleaf updates.

HD1387.R425



Square Foot Costs. Kingston, MA: R. S. Means Construction Publishers & Consultants.

Annual. TH435.M44



Expense Analysis


BOMA Experience Exchange Report. Washington, D.C.: Building Owners and Managers

Association International, Annual. TX980.N33



Dollars & Cents of Multifamily Housing. Washington, D. C.: Urban Land Institute,

Annual (Sometimes every two years). HF5430.3.D65



Dollars & Cents of Shopping Centers. Washington, D. C.: Urban Land Institute, Annual

(Sometimes every two years). HF5430.3.D65



Escalation Handbook for Office Buildings: A Guide to Understanding, Preparing &

Grossing Up Expense Escalations. Brownfield, William H. Washington D.C.:

Building Owners and Managers Association International, 1998. HD1393.55.B76



Income/Expense Analysis: (Five Volume Set)

Office Buildings, Condominiums, Cooperatives and Planned Unit Developments,

Federally Assisted Apartments, Shopping Centers, Conventional Apartments

Chicago: Institute of Real Estate Management, Annual. HD1394.I53



Dictionaries / Terminology
Appraisal and Assessment Dictionary. Cherney, Richard A. Englewood cliffs, N.J.:

Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1960. HD1387.C45



Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000. NA31.H32



Dictionary of Real Estate Appraisal, 4th edition. Chicago: The Appraisal Institute,

2002.   HD1387.D435 2002 (we also have the 3rd edition from 1993)



Real Estate Appraisal Terminology. Society of Real Estate Appraisers, Byrl N. Boyce,

editor. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Publishing Company, 1984. HD1387.B68 1984



A Visual Dictionary or Architecture. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1995.

NA31.C44



History of Appraisal


Appraisal Thought: A 50-Year Beginning. Chicago: American Institute of Real Estate             

Appraisers, 1982 HD1387.A68 1982



Appraising the Single Family Residence. Bloom, George F. and Henry S. Harrison.

Chicago: American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, 1978. HD1387.B55



Evolution of the Income Approach. Burton, James H. Chicago: American Institute of

Real Estate Appraisers, 1982. HD1387.B85 1982



Valuing the Timeshare Property. Conroy, Kathleen. Chicago: American Institute of Real

Estate Appraisers, 1980. HD1387.C62



Valuation of Property, Volumes I and II. Bonbright, James C. New York: McGraw-Hill

Book Company, Inc., 1937 HB201.B9 1937 vol. 1 & vol. 2



Valuation of Real Estate. Babcock, Frederick M. New York: McGraw-Hill Book

Company, Inc., 1932. HB1386.B335


Property Information / Comparables Data


Win2data (Computer Database – Ask for the CD-ROMs at the Reference Desk)

Anaheim, CA: First American Real Estate Solutions. Monthly updates. Property

information and tax maps for the five boroughs of New York City.

*Includes a comparables search function.



Real Estate Directory of Manhattan. Anaheim, CA: First American Real Estate

Solutions. Annual. (4 volumes) Property information for Manhattan – similar to

the data on the Win2data database.



Directory of Manhattan Office Buildings. Anaheim, CA: First American Real Estate

Solutions. Annual (includes property information and floor plans)



ACRIS: Automated City Register Information System. New York: Department of Finance.

www.nyc.gov/html/dof/html/acris.html



BIS: Building Information System. New York: Department of Buildings.



Real Estate Board of New York Web page  - www.rebny.com - ask at the Reference Desk

to be logged on to the Members Only section for access to their databases:

REBNY’s Property Database and REBNY’s New Construction Database.



Condo Sales Report. New York: Yale Robbins. Monthly.



Redbook. North Babylon, NY: Market Data Center. Monthly. (Sales data for the five

boroughs of NYC, Nassau, Suffolk and Rockland Counties. Single Family

Residence, Condos, Co-ops.)



Select Register. Anaheim, CA: First American Real Estate Solutions, 2003. Floor plans

for Manhattan apartments.



Keyhole Pro. Satellite Imagery of neighborhoods worldwide; high resolution (close-up

views @ the rooftop level); highlights such data as transportation lines, school

districts, businesses, and more. A useful tool for area analysis.



Maps


Flood Insurance Rate Maps, City of New York, New York, Community panel numbers 1-

153. Washington, D.C.: Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Flood

Insurance Program, May 21, 2001. (Ask for the index and maps at the reference

desk).



Manhattan Land Book (Sanborn Landbook) Anaheim, CA: First American Real Estate           

Solutions. Annual.



The Bronx (Sanborn Landbook) Anaheim, CA: First American Real Estate Solutions.

Annual.



Brooklyn and Queens (Tax Maps and Land Maps) Anaheim, CA: First American Real

Estate Solutions. Annual.



Tax Maps for all five boroughs of New York City are available on the Win2data database

– ask for the CD-ROMs at the reference desk.



Census Tract Maps for the five Boroughs of New York City. 2000. (big black book

leaning against the study carrels in the middle of the library).



Jersey City Zoning Map



Atlas of City-Owned Property (New York City)





Zoning


Zoning Resolution of New York City. New York: New York City Planning Commission –

Department of City Planning. 3 Volumes: Maps; District Designations; Special

Districts. (Also available - and searchable - on the Web:

www.nyc.gov/html/dcp/html/subcats/zoining.html



Zoning Handbook: A Guide to New York City’s Zoning Resolution.  New York: NYC

Department of City Planning.



Jersey City Zoning Map. Jersey City, NJ: Division of City Planning.

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