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Substitution, Principle of

It affirms that value tends to be set by the cost of acquiring a substitute property that is equally desirable and provides similar utility.

The principle assumes that there will be no costly delay in acquiring the substitute property, the property is available on the open market, and the actions would be those of a knowledgeable and prudent purchaser. This principle serves as a basis for all three approaches to value.

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