Multi-family properties provide income for owners and shelter and security for residents. The skills and expertise required to accurately value the many kinds of multi-family property types are well represented in each local Valbridge office.
It’s no secret there are more people now than ever who are living in multi-family residences. From traditional urban core developments to suburban student housing to rural tax credit deals, there are a multitude of dwelling solutions and types of financing in the marketplace. Valbridge has seen them all.
In addition to traditional market-rate apartments, Valbridge specialists appraise senior housing, HUD projects, Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) properties, student housing, high-rise projects and more. With the unparalleled power of our Datappraise software and extensive property-detail database, our clients receive in-depth, reliable valuations and reports at competitive prices in a timely manner.
Housing needs are varied and are always evolving to meet the needs of our communities and families. Valbridge is well poised to ensure our clients are given the most up-to-date and rigorous reports and analyses.
Selected Multi-family Experience
First high-rise in Kansas City, MO
The project utilized FHA financing with an approximate cost of $90 million.
Ballpark Village Apartments
Proposed high-rise project adjacent to Busch Stadium and Ballpark Village in St. Louis, MO
The 296-unit project included street-level retail and was fully integrated into the Cardinals’ brand with tenants receiving special promotions and access to the stadium.
LIHTC project with 93 units in 5-story complex IN Alexandria, VA
The property included underground parking and a 2,578 square foot on-site daycare.
Carmel Rincon Apartments
Premier, Class-A luxury high-rise apartment towers IN SAN FRANSISCO, CA
The 320-unit apartment is located in the heart of SoMa and appraised in litigation support.
50 George Street
private student housing project located in downtown Charleston, SC
The eight-story project included 194 units, 419 beds, and an over 17,000 square foot fitness center.