Our staff works to serve the real estate valuation and consulting needs of our clients. We work to accurately and efficiently solve real estate valuation problems for our clients, whether it be for mortgage lending, consulting on setting an offering price, negotiating a purchase, determining a proper tax assessment, or working with property owners involved in a Right-of-Way taking.

Valuing commercial real estate is a combination of research, analysis, interviews with local market participants and experience. We value the following types of commercial real estate:
We analyze the market, interview Realtors, investors and property managers in order to understand each neighborhood. Our experience helps us anticipate the influences and drivers of value.  We value the following types of residential real estate:


flex space, office warehouse, distribution facilities, cold storage facilities, light manufacturing, heavy manufacturing, industrial land, industrial business parks


suburban office, office condominiums, CBD office buildings, office parks, office development land, rental market analysis, medical office buildings and condominiums

Retail & Commercial

strip centers, neighborhood shopping centers, free standing retail, auto-related properties, commercial land, retail rental market analysis, special purpose properties, gas stations, C-stores, car washes, net leased properties

Multi-Family & Senior Living

assisted living, acute care hospitals, apartments, condominium complexes, development land, duplex, triplex and quad-units, independent living, CCR properties, single-family subdivision analysis and valuation

Single-family homes

existing and new construction homes, non-commercial farms

Multi-family duplex, triplex and quad-units

this includes properties with 1-4 units Condominium unit s- including downtown living, suburban condominiums or patio homes


a detailed process of ‘appraising’ the appraisal and the appraisal report. Banks often contact us to perform reviews on appraisal reports they have received that need an additional level of review beyond their staff. Typically, this involves a unique property type, a higher risk property, or a property type that the bank wants to review as part of their overall portfolio.

Vacant land

agricultural land, single-family home lots and subdivision land

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