Posts Tagged: value

Value Scenarios: As Complete vs. Upon Completion

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Valuation Management Group’s Real Estate Appraisal Reviewers often encounter what appears to be a common misunderstanding about which value scenario should be used in handling proposed construction in an appraisal report, the hypothetical “As Complete” value scenario or the prospective “Upon Completion” value scenario. The former is based upon a hypothetical condition that the construction… Read more »

Fee Simple Estate vs. Leased Fee Estate

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Valuation Management Group’s Real Estate Appraisal Reviewers often encounter what appears to be a common misunderstanding about which portion of an estate should be valued when a client and/or intended user request an appraisal report: the Fee Simple Estate or the Leased Fee Estate. Based upon the definitions from the Dictionary of Real Estate Appraisal… Read more »

4 Ways to Make Your Company Extraordinary

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Everyone has a story. Sometimes we forget that piece of information when we’re doing business. We see people for the words and actions that relate to us or our business directly, but that’s only a fraction of their life. As March 1st is Employee Appreciation Day, Valuation Management Group spent the morning enjoying breakfast at… Read more »