SERVICES And Property Types Appraised
Real Estate Appraisals
As valuation consultants, our firm has appraised billions of dollars worth of real estate.
Our appraisals are used for purchase, sale, financing, litigation, tax, estate and other purposes.
Typical assignments include, appraisal, consultation and feasibility studies regarding:
Counseling and Consulting Studies
We provide experienced real estate advice to assist our clients in the protection, growth and disposition of their investments and proposed projects. We have a thorough understanding of the implications of investment alternatives, evaluation of current and future market conditions and study of future potential of proposed developments.
Forensic Appraising and Consulting
FORENSIC: “Characteristic of, or suitable for a law court, public debate or formal argument…”
A.L. Appraisal Co. offers consulting services combining practical experience with a sophisticated understanding of real estate. We use analytical, research based techniques to help clients solve real estate problems.
Real estate litigation typically requires understanding the past (what happened), and at times tracing it into the present and when required trending into the future. Working closely with counsel, we are able to assist in presenting a coherent, concise and firm picture of the matter under consideration.
Professional research and analytical abilities permit us, when appropriate, to act as an expert witness. Mr. Levi has many hours of deposition time. When it comes time for trial, our experience in exhibit preparation assists in demonstrating the facts.
Professional services are remunerable on a fee basis. When the scope of the assignment is clearly definable, a fixed fee or a not-to-exceed figure is the standard.
In all instances, basic remuneration takes into account the nature of the problem, scope of the work/services to be rendered, and urgency of the assignment, the professional skills required, the time expended and personnel involved.
Remuneration on an hourly or per diem basis usually requires expenses be charged on a reimbursable basis.