A native of Colorado and Denver metro resident for most of his life and with over 20 years of appraisal experience, Specialties include complex and high-end residential properties, litigation work, and residential properties. Jeff is licensed as a Certified Residential Appraiser in the State of Colorado and is FHA and ERC approved. Always continuing his education with professional classes and seminars. Has sat on rulemaking committees with the Colorado State Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) His interests include hunting, fishing, golf and he enjoys spending time with family.
Professional real estate appraisers perform a useful function in society and offer a variety of services to their clients. They develop opinions of several types of property value and assist in various decisions about real estate. Standards for the appraisal profession are set forth in the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) developed by the Appraisal Standards Board of The Appraisal Foundation.* USPAP specifies the procedures to be followed in developing and communicating an appraisal and the ethical rules for appraisal practice. As defined in USPAP, an appraisal is an act or process of developing an opinion of value. The valuation process is a systematic procedure the appraiser follows to answer a client’s question about real property value. The most common type of appraisal assignment is the development of an opinion of market value. However, because of their specialized training and experience, appraisers can provide a wide range of additional appraisal services—from investment consultation to advice on various business as well as personal financial decisions.
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