CT. Property Appraisers
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Introduction: I have been actively appraising since 1970 and have worked with most of the major lenders in CT. In addition to working with many attorneys and being acknowledged as an expert witness in State and Federal courts throughout Connecticut. I was voted one of top three appraisal companies in Ct. in 2017 by readers of the Commercial Record. Probably the variety of properties that I have appraised over the years, from traditional 1-4 family properties up to an including a single trailer, a cemetary, rock quarry, large manufacturing building and everything in between.
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Appraisers are required to complete a mandatory 38 hours of continuing education every two years to maintain state certification. Additional education is up to the appraiser, I personally feel you can't learn enough in this business. A lot of lenders and companies now rely on automated appraisals, but I feel there is no electronic substitute for hands on experience.
- What types of customers have you worked with?I do a lot of divorce and tax appeal work which entails expert testimony. In the case of a divorce, in addition to preparing my own appraisal I also review the oppositions' report and advise the client's attorney accordingly.
- Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?I recently prepared a tax appeal for a client on a residential property to challenge the city's assessment, After meeting with the city and their attorney and presenting the report I am happy to report that the value was lowered over $100,000 for tax purposes.