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For more than two decades, real estate appraisers, developers, investors and lenders have struggled with the challenges of contaminated properties. Through research, discussion and debate, they have developed methods and professional standards to assess how environmental problems affect real estate and a wide variety of techniques to determine property value. Valuing Contaminated Properties: An Appraisal Institute Anthology chronicles 20 years of appraisal literature, providing a complete overview of the methods applied to remediate various forms of contamination, the stigma the market attaches to environmental risk, and the changing legal environment in which these issues are addressed. Get expert advice on your toughest appraisal assignments. Order your copy of Valuing Contaminated Properties today!
About the Author
Richard J. Roddewig, MAI, CRE, is president of Clarion Associates., Inc., an appraisal, real estate, and land-use consulting firm with offices in Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Chicago, and Denver. Mr. Roddewig began his career as a land use and zoning attorney but has been a real estate appraiser and counselor since 1978. He is the environmental columnist for The Appraisal Journal and has developed a number of Appraisal Institute seminars., including two on valuing contaminated properties