Yes. Match in the form of real property appraised value for development is acceptable as long as that real property is the actual project site property and the entire Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN) of land is dedicated to the new development project. If you have purchased the property outright and have clear title in hand and plan to construct or develop on it, you may use the appraised value of the property as match to your grant request. If you meet the definition of site control as provided in the RFA (section 3.4), you must provide a written certified appraisal of the property and verify the ownership with a deed of trust or documentation of the outstanding balance of the existing property loan. The value of the equity in the property and build structures can then be used as match for the project, if you demonstrate established equity with certified appraisal and loan balance documentation.