((chucklin')) Oh my poor poor little moron. It does indeed indicate that the property isn't necessary for their plans.<quoted text>
No, it is NOT an indication of such. Knock it off with this crap already. Overpaying for a piece of property is just plain stupid. As someone asked you earlier (which you conveniently avoided), would you overpay by a large sum for a house? I highly doubt it.
Again, WRONG!! It does not. They based their expectations on numerous appraisals they received. People like you really need to stop acting like you actually have a clue. Because you don't.
Not in the least.
Why would I compare buyin' a house to an ED case?? Apples and oranges my simple minded friend.
Sorry again, but the jury decided and Akron was unable to prove their case. By Akron U payin' more for other properties, indicates that their original assessments of value were low and they were willing to pay more to get them.
Anythin' else y'all want to backstroke on?