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We deliver cutting-edge commercial appraisals to a wide realm of clients under three guiding principles. Find out more about our Appraisal Division here.

Efficient – Our expertise and past performance characteristics coupled with our investment in leading technology and resources make us efficient in performing the necessary steps, research, and due diligence to craft a well-documented appraisal report or consultative document to the end-user exceeding their expectations.

Devoted – Our devotion and commitment to a project are unparalleled and every client is treated as if they are our only client. Our team focuses on communication that allows the client to stay informed of the current appraisal process from identifying our inspection to keeping the client informed of our progress within the appraisal process. In addition, upfront communication is key to determine the applicable scope of work and gather all items the necessary documents to complete our required task. This devotion can carry over to additional stages when providing supporting litigation work. Whether this may be a special commissioner’s hearing, deposition, arbitration/mediation, or even a jury trial. Our expertise in time management and devotion to your case allow us to be available for preparation and testimony.

Unrivaled – Our knowledge of local and regional markets, access to appropriate technology and resources for accurate due diligence, and expertise allows us to complete appraisals on any property type. Unrivaled to that of our competition.

Our clients rely on us to provide them a product and service that is accurate and upheld against the most rigorous standards. This is why we are members of the Appraisal Institute, American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers, and the International Right-of-Way Association. We also adhere to required standards:

  • USPAP – Uniform Standards of Professional Practice
  • FIRREA – Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act
  • The Interagency Appraisal Evaluations Guidelines
  • The Appraisal Institute – Code of Professional Ethics and Standards of Professional Practice