Our primary focus is your commercial appraisal and commercial real estate consultation requirements, be they for estate tax, estate planning, acquisition, disposition, internal decision making, or mortgage underwriting, you need solid supportable appraisals, written by appraisal professionals with a strong background in the analysis of income producing properties.
Our commercial appraisal experience spans the spectrum of property types and includes, apartment, office buildings, industrial buildings, R & D Buildings, mobile home parks, residential subdivisions, retail buildings and shopping centers, mixed portfolios, same-use portfolios, mixed use buildings, and a multitude of other property types.
We appraise commercial properties from single assets on up, and while our primary service area is the Southern California five-county region, including Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County and Ventura County, as our appraisal qualifications will show, we have completed commercial appraisal assignments nationwide and have the experience to complete your portfolio appraisal assignments.
Commercial Appraisal Fee Quotes - Most Commercial Appraisers are confronted with the question, "Why does it cost so much?" after issuing a fee quote to someone who does not typically order commercial appraisals. Many people have been conditioned to think that if the appraisal of their home only cost $350, a commercial appraisal shouldn't cost much more than that. In this article we discuss the commercial appraisal fee and its relationship to the commercial appraisal process.
Comp Checks, Value Checks, Comp Outs... What's Their Value? - Commercial appraisers get many phone calls from individuals and real estate mortgage professionals looking for a "ballpark" value for a property "before paying for a full-blown appraisal." In this article we discuss the the practical, ethical and legal ramifications results of the practice of issuing "comp checks" for both the commercial appraiser and end-users of commercial appraisals.
The Commercial Appraisal Process Explained - Highest and Best Use, The Cost Approach, the Sales Comparison Approach, The Income Approach; what are they, when when does the commercial appraiser use them and how do they relate to your property. In this article we explain the the commercial appraisal process and how the commercial appraiser develops a value conclusion using each of the three approaches to value.
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