2013 Arizona Revised Statutes
Title 42 - Taxation
§ 42-13101 Valuation of agricultural land
42-13101. Valuation of agricultural land
A. Land that is used for agricultural purposes shall be valued using only the income approach to value without any allowance for urban or market influences.
B. The income of agricultural property shall be determined using the capitalized average annual net cash rental of the property. For purposes of this subsection the average annual net cash rental of the property:
1. Is the average of the annual net cash rental, excluding real estate and sales taxes, determined through an analysis of typical arm's length rental agreements collected for a five year period before the year for which the valuation is being determined for comparable agricultural land used for agricultural purposes and located in the vicinity, if practicable, of the property being valued.
2. Shall be capitalized at a rate 1.5 percentage points higher than the average long-term annual effective interest rate for all new farm credit services loans for the five year period before the year for which the valuation is being determined.
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