Understanding patterns of ever-changing real estate markets, while staying current with developing trends puts Verde Valuation Services, LLC at the forefront of appraisal services. The firm’s collaborative approach to problem solving ensures greater credibility in the appraisal services we provide. The depth and breadth our experience allows us to meet any of your appraisal needs with the paramount attention to quality, timeliness, and proactive communication.
We Stand by Our Principles
Verde Valuation’s communication policy ensures that our clients are always well-informed of the progress of projects.
We possess all the technological tools common to top-tier appraisal firms. But more importantly, VVS maintains relationships with market participants to get the “inside dirt” on transactions and gain a deeper understanding of market trends.
Clear and Concise Reports
Our reports are structured so that all pertinent information and valuation issues are presented clearly and concisely. Reports are thoroughly reviewed to minimize the potential for improper wording, spelling mistakes, or grammatical errors.
Meeting Deadlines Faster
Verde Valuation embraces the trend toward quicker turn times, and has customized its operations to accommodate this need.
VVS president John Nolan has 16 years of experience in the valuation of a wide swath of properties throughout Virginia, Maryland, and District of Columbia.
John is on the Appraisal Institute National Specialty Practice lists for:
Valuation of Conservation Easements
Valuation of the Components of a Business Enterprise
Both John and Molly have achieved certified status in ARGUS Enterprise. Throughout the years, we have developed proficiency with ARGUS, running discounted cash flow analyses on numerous and various types of income-producing properties.
Green Building Expertise
John is among the very few appraisers in the country to have earned a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP) status with the US Green Building Council. We utilize his knowledge of green/sustainable building fundamentals, and cultivate data from contacts throughout the commercial building sector across the U.S. to research the economics of energy efficiency and sustainability programs pertaining to commercial buildings. John has published articles in green and appraisal-related publications, and presented his research at various seminars.