We Won!

We are excited to have won the International Association of Assessing Officers’ (IAAO) Bernard L. Barnard Outstanding Technical Essay Award. I couldn’t have been prouder to accept the award on our behalf at the awards luncheon at the 80th Annual IAAO Conference on August 25. I was lucky to […]

Greenfield Advisors Nominated for Outstanding Essay Award

Three of Greenfield Advisors’ staff are proud to be nominees for the International Association of Assessing Officers’ (IAAO) Bernard L. Barnard Outstanding Technical Essay Award.

This award, named in honor of Dr. Barnard, past Director of Research for the IAAO, is presented to the best article or essay on technical […]

Do Survey Results Systematically Differ From Hedonic Regression Results? Evidence From a Residential Property Meta-Analysis

In this paper, we evaluate the effect of environmental contamination situations on residential property values. Using the meta-analysis technique, conclusions are drawn about the effect of location, type of study conducted, empirical technique used, and economic conditions on various outcomes. Using observations extracted from 40 peer-reviewed articles, meta-regression analysis […]

Advanced Appraisal Methods

 
In August, the Appraisal Institute held its annual meeting in San Diego. This was a great 3-day educational event, with top speakers on cutting-edge valuation topics.
I’m pleased to have been invited to present a tutorial on advanced valuation methods, which complimented a week-long Institute course designed by Dr. Marv Wolverton, […]

Advanced Statistical Modeling in Real Estate Appraisal

This presentation provides a basic familiarity with the use of hedonic regression modeling (i.e., mass appraisal), survey research, meta-analysis, and expert systems in real estate appraisal. It discusses how these methods fit in the appraisal body of knowledge and comport with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) […]