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Master of Science (MS)
Agricultural Systems Technology and Education
Rondo A. Christensen
Recorded "arms length" transfers of farm real estate were analyzed to determine factors affecting market value and assessment per acre, and assessment to market value ratios.
The data were aggregated by county and geographical groups. The geographical groups were made up of counties with similar population densities and similar climatic conditions.
Using multiple regression analysis and tabular analysis, size of parcel, quality of land, and distance to Salt Lake City were found to affect market value per acre; size of parcel and quality of land were found to affect assessment and assessment to market value ratios.
Thomas, Howard Rasmus, "Transfer of Farm Real Estate in Utah, 1961-1964" (1968). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 2921.
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