Appraisal

From vast tracts of forestland to individual trees, our team of experts excel at all aspects of natural resource and property valuation.  We specialize in challenging appraisal situations including due diligence efforts, conservation and new utility easements, carbon projects, and tree and property damage situations.

Collaborating with our Analytics experts, we offer a unique suite of services yielding supportable valuations.  We stay current on fluctuating market conditions of a dynamic industry including stumpage trends, intricate land transactions, conservation easements, and more.

Our clients include timber investment and real estate organizations; forest product industries; conservation groups; nonprofit organizations; energy, utility, and transportation companies; federal, state, county, municipal, and tribal governments; attorneys and insurance companies; lenders; and private landowners.  We are experts on projects of all sizes, in the Midwest, and beyond.

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Appraisal
November 24, 2022

Understanding The Value Of An Access Easement

Understanding The Value Of An Access Easement Our appraisal experts often field questions about the value of easements that provide…
Appraisal
October 18, 2022

Impartial Appraisal

Impartial Appraisal The role of an appraiser is to provide independent, impartial analysis and opinion of value without partiality. The…
AppraisalReal Estate
September 26, 2022

The Managed Forest Law

The Managed Forest Law  Wisconsin’s Managed Forest Law (MFL) program was enacted in 1985. It incentivizes landowners by encouraging sustainable…
Appraisal
September 14, 2022

Timber Values In The Appraisal Process

Timber Values In The Appraisal Process Our appraisal and forestry experts often receive requests from landowners looking for a timber…

A Practical Guide to Tree Appraisal

Tree valuation presents a unique challenge to the arborist, forester, and appraiser because various approaches to value—such as tree trunk formulas, cost of replacement, and cost to cure—can produce widely disparate results. If tree values are not properly tied to overall property value, value conclusions can become excessive, drive up insurance costs, and contribute to inequity and inconsistency across the industry.