commercial-appraisalsDuncan & Brown’s commercial team includes eight general certified appraisers who have completed the most up-to-date courses with regard to the appraisal process. While the commercial appraisers have considerable experience and exposure to a wide variety of valuation assignments, individuals are able to specialize in specific property types and provide the quality and expert knowledge that clients have come to expect.

The requested “commercial appraisal” commonly refers to a spectrum of property types including retail, office, and industrial. In fact, the term “commercial appraisal” refers to all property types other than one-to-four family residential and farm/ranch/agricultural/timber lands. Below is a representative list of properties that are considered “commercial”.

Duncan & Brown provide real property analysis and consultation for various types of properties including, but not limited to:

  • Apartments
  • Condominiums & co-ops
  • Convenience stores
  • Churches
  • Easements
  • Government & public properties
  • Hotels & motels
  • Medical facilities
  • Medical Office Buildings (MOB)
  • Manufactured Home Parks
  • Mixed-Use buildings
  • Nursing homes
  • Office buildings
  • Recreation, resort & leisure properties
  • Religious institutions
  • Restaurants
  • Retail centers – single and multi-tenant
  • RV Parks
  • Schools
  • Special-purpose properties
  • Subdivisions
  • Subsidized housing
  • Vacant land
  • Warehouses/self-storage
  • Wetland properties

Commercial appraisals are beneficial for many reasons and Duncan & Brown has prepared appraisals for many purposes. The most common reasons/benefits for requesting an appraisal include estate planning, divorce, tax dispute, mortgage underwriting, and internal decision making. Please contact Duncan & Brown with any questions concerning our experience, the appraisal process, or to obtain a fee quote for a specific property.

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