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cost to cure

the amount of money it will take to remedy a cause of depreciation. A curable defect is one for which the cost to cure is less than the value added by correction.

Example: The cost to cure an aging, leaking roof is $8,000. It is considered curable because the house will be worth $10,000 more after the replacement than it is worth now.

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