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While I understand and don'r disagree with what you said. We are talking apples and oranges. My point is how much effort any given IRS examiner might be willing to go to disallow a county assessor valuation. My thinking is that they would go to almost zero effort disallow such an assessment. So, if the figure is resonable, and you need a hard number from a third party, use it.
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