Riverside Convention Center
3637 5th Street
Riverside, CA 92501
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TOPIC: Public Agency Valuation Considerations for Properties to Have No “Market”
TOPIC / SUMMARY OF PRESENTATION
Appraisers that provide valuation services to public agencies encounter assignments involving a myriad of challenging property types and conditions. Examples include special-use properties, various types of easements and partial acquisitions, properties with multiple zones of value, unique surplus property dispositions, budgetary analysis requests with limited information available, retrospective valuations, and others.
This presentation will examine situations where no “markets” exist for properties that public agencies need appraised. To this end, it will explain in detail an economic condition known as “bilateral-monopoly” (one buyer, one seller). It will shed light on why values, in these instances, are indeterminable and what an appraiser can and should do about this dilemma. It will provide several bilateral-monopoly case studies and some recommended “do’s” and “don’ts” to appraisers practicing in this area.
Ryan T. Hargrove, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, R/W-AC
Chief Appraiser – Infrastructure & Right of Way
County of Orange
During a 23-year career, Ryan has performed real estate valuations for many purposes including eminent domain and right-of-way acquisition, loan underwriting, estate and gift taxation, litigation support, assessment appeals, asset management, and transaction fairness.
Ryan holds Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) degrees from the University of Southern California and an Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) degree from the University of California, Irvine.
Ryan currently serves as the Manager of Real Estate Valuation Services for the County of Orange. He provides valuation services to multiple departments and agencies to facilitate the acquisition, management, leasing, and disposition of real property. His duties include providing informal valuation consultations and budgetary analyses; requesting proposals from contractors; administering contracts; correctly defining valuation problems; establishing appropriate statements of work; performing USPAP-compliant reviews of appraisals; and providing litigation support services to County Counsel and outside counsel.
Ryan is as an adjunct professor of real estate appraisal courses at Cal State Northridge, Mt. San Antonio College, and Long Beach City College. He has served part time as an Assessment Appeals Hearing Officer for the Los Angeles County Assessment Appeals Board since 2008. He is a designated member of the Appraisal Institute, holding the MAI, SRA, and AI-GRS designations and is a member of the International Right of Way Association (IRWA), holding the R/W-AC credential. He is the Immediate Past President of the Orange County Chapter of the IRWA. He is also a licensed real estate broker and has qualified to serve as a California probate referee.
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