Condemnation appraisals

An appraisal on your behalf, performed under the standards of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), is powerful -- and useful -- evidence of what you're entitled to, and protects your rights. 


There are many legal and procedural issues involved in an accurate condemnation appraisal. Condemnation requires a different analysis and report format, the jurisdiction proposing to condemn the property is likely to have its own rules for appraisal that must be followed. It is important to hire an appraisal firm that has experience and training in these types of valuations.


For many condemnation appraisals, it is necessary to consider the highest and best use of the property before taking and after the taking. Again, it is important to have a professional appraiser with experience and training.


Because an appraiser may often have to testify about his or her condemnation appraisal, it is important that certain steps in valuation methodology -- such as selecting and analyzing comparable sales -- be performed more thoroughly. You rely on your appraiser to know what's necessary.


We are ready and able to perform your condemnation/eminent domain appraisal. Browse our website to learn more about our qualifications, expertise and services offered.