RESPONSIVE, EXPERT COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE, MASSACHUSETTS, MAINE, AND VERMONT
Chet Rogers, MAI, and his team of commercial real estate appraisers deliver exceptional appraisal services – quickly, skillfully, and with meticulous attention to detail. Our expertise allows us to provide high-quality appraisals for a wide range of property types and needs, including conservation easements, commercial properties, eminent domain, tax abatements, estate valuation, complex properties, special purposes, and expert witness testimony.
Since 2003, we’ve worked closely with land conservation trusts, attorneys, bankers, landowners, developers, and government. Our team approach enables us to be responsive to your needs anywhere in northern New England.
Do you own a property that you wish to preserve for generations to come? To satisfy IRS standards and assure that you are establishing a conservation easement that meets your objectives, it needs to be done right. Chet Rogers, MAI and his team have developed a particular expertise in conservation easements. We have worked with property owners throughout northern New England to save over 12,000 acres from development, including 7 miles of lake and pond frontage, as well as a diverse range of ecosystems.
New Hampshire’s tax abatement process puts the burden of proof on the applicant. In most cases, this requires an appraisal report, which is the basis for the tax abatement appeal. Because the nature of this process can be confusing, many property owners are reluctant to file an application. There are a couple steps a property owner can take to determine whether or not their property is over assessed.
Obtain a copy of the tax assessment card from the municipality and review it for correct land/building sizes and any other building features not listed.
There are numerous common value issues that can be raised on appeal:
We have worked with private landowners, and municipal, county, and state governments to knowledgeably appraise properties impacted by eminent domain. There are several important variants of eminent domain, including partial taking and temporary construction easements. Our expertise helps you achieve your goals in a process that is often contentious.
Many commercial real estate appraisers shy away from offering expert witness testimony. Not us. Chet Rogers, MAI and his team have a great deal of experience in legal and courtroom settings. We are experts at what we do, and stand ready to provide the expert testimony you need for eminent domain, estate partitions, tax abatements, and more.