Distressed Asset Appraisal & Advisory Services

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Occasionally, challenging real estate markets and adverse economic conditions impact commercial and residential property prices, and asset performance. While larger institutions have special asset services groups to mange their distressed assets, resource-challenged lenders, private equity groups, developers, and individual investors often rely on a trusted advisor like James Real Estate Services for unbiased distressed asset appraisal and consulting related to loan workouts, foreclosure, receivership, and disposition strategies.

Investors and opportunity funds that are in a position to acquire these properties must develop and validate a sound acquisition strategy. JRES provides qualified, unbiased market knowledge and analysis required to yield superior risk-adjusted returns on distressed assets.

  • Value individual properties or real estate portfolios
  • Research and analyze current and future market rents and lease terms
  • Value distressed assets for loan defaults or complex workout scenarios
  • Analyze and investigate appropriate capitalization rates, discount rates, and absorption forecasts
  • Assemble a team of experts to prepare a distressed asset strategy and provide asset management services
  • Assess the highest and best use of property for development or re-positioning
  • Appeal assessor valuations for property tax tax purposes
  • Assess the feasibility of new development or asset repositioning (including subdivision analysis)

To speak with a distressed asset expert, please call 303-388-1100 or fill out our contact form.

Bill and I have worked together for over 20 years. I stay in touch through his newsletters (which are the best in town) and welcome his referrals.
He is one of the best appraisers and networkers in the Denver Metropolitan area. His staff is top notch and capable of any type of feasibility study or appraisal required across all CRE sectors.
I wholeheartedly recommend Bill and his staff for any appraisal work.

- Rick Erickson

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