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Commercial Services

Your source for competitively priced commercial real estate valuation, appraisal and consulting services.


Commercial Property Tax

  • Commercial Property Tax Consultation
  • Commercial Property Tax Representation

Commercial Reports

  • Complete Narrative Report
  • Summary Narrative Report
  • Restricted Narrative Report
  • Multi-family Report
  • Form Report
  • Feasibility Analysis Report
  • Market Study Report
  • FMAC 71A Income Report
  • FMAC 71B Income Report
  • Property Evaluation Report
  • Construction Draw Report
  • Multi-family Income Property Report (over 4 units)

Commercial Valuations

  • Office Valuation
  • Retail Valuation
  • Mixed-use Valuation
  • General Commercial Valuation
  • Industrial Valuation
  • Vacant Land Valuation
  • Insurance Valuation
  • Special Use Property Valuation

Specialization Fields

  • General Valuation
  • Feasibility Analysis
  • Blight Study
  • Expert Witness Testimony

What does an appraisal report contain? An appraisal report may contain and is not limited to the following: detailed description of the subject property, comparisons of similar properties, evaluation of the overall real estate market area, statements regarding property issues which lower value and a final estimate of value.

Who actually owns the appraisal report? In most real estate transactions, the lender orders the appraisal. Although the property owner may pay for the report, the lender retains the right to use the report and any information contained within.

What length of time is an appraisal considered viable? Although an appraisal does not have a fixed expiration date, most lenders consider them outdated after six months.