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MacCrate Associates LLC
Knowledge, coupled with extensive experience, allows us to answer questions, from the simplest to the most complex, using innovative technological methods or simple, common sense. MacCrate Associates has the knowledge and experience to solve your real estate problems. We have been trained to find innovative
solutions to complex issues, be it a litigation, valuation, current value, or any other real estate problem. While we have extensive experience working on multibillion dollar projects, no real estate problem is too big--or too small--for us to find a solution.
Real Estate Appraisal & Valuation Issues
Real Estate Appraisal and Valuation Issues is directed toward judges, lawyers, accountants, review appraisers, government agencies and users of real estate appraisal, valuation and consulting services. Founded by Jim MacCrate, MAI, CRE, ASA who has been active in this field for more than twenty five years and
has his own firm, MacCrate Associates LLC specializing in appraising complex real estate valuation issues and is located in the New York Metropolitan Area. He is a member of the national faculty of the Appraisal Institute and often teaches at New York University, Long Island University and Baruch (CUNY) in Manhattan. He has written an article on Appraisal Reviews and Their Importance. You may view the abstract and download the paper at the URL: http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1009583. We hope to provide important insights on real estate valuation issues, procedures, methodologies and other comments that affect the users of real estate appraisal and consulting services. Often, we will invite others to contribute to this blog on related topics from professionals servicing the real estate valuation industry.
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