The City of Asheville has made inconsistent valuations of property it seeks to condemn in the River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project (RADTIP) according to an analysis by the Citizen Times.
Some property owners have been offered a small fraction of what others have been offered for similar property.
Affected property owners, local realtors and property developers all consider the offers from the City of Asheville to be low. NCDOT review appraiser Jim Gibbs acknowledged to reporter Emily Patrick that property values were left to the discretion of appraisers and were subjective in nature.
The story in the Citizen Times focuses on the wide difference of offers made to property owners as a result of the difference in appraisals.
Henson Fuerst North Carolina Eminent Domain attorneys represent several of the RADTIP landowners whose properties are being condemned. If you are facing Land Condemnation related to RADTIP, or any other NCDOT project, call Henson Fuerst at (919) 781-1107 for help.
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