InsideValuation Plans Move to Downtown Office Space by John Seelmeyer, 9/17/2012

InsideValuation Partners LLC, a fast-growing provider of real estate valuation services, will move its corporate headquarters to downtown Reno next month. The company has leased the entire 9,000-square-foot fourth floor of the office building at 241 Ridge St. It will

InsideValuation Plans Move to Downtown Office Space by John Seelmeyer, 9/17/2012

InsideValuation Partners LLC, a fast-growing provider of real estate valuation services, will move its corporate headquarters to downtown Reno next month. The company has leased the entire 9,000-square-foot fourth floor of the office building at 241 Ridge St. It will

Taking Great Photos – Why You Should Care and How To Get That Great Shot.

Since the internet has become the biggest selling tool in real estate, it has become harder and harder to generate interest in a property without photos posted online. Great photos can generate interest in a home, interest equals foot traffic

Taking Great Photos – Why You Should Care and How To Get That Great Shot.

Since the internet has become the biggest selling tool in real estate, it has become harder and harder to generate interest in a property without photos posted online. Great photos can generate interest in a home, interest equals foot traffic

Home Values And Wildlife Refuges: Is There a Correlation?

Are home values influenced by their proximity to a National Wildlife Refuge? With 556 National Wildlife Refuges in existence today, a study released in May by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service adds a new twist for the real estate valuation industry. This

Home Values And Wildlife Refuges: Is There a Correlation?

Are home values influenced by their proximity to a National Wildlife Refuge? With 556 National Wildlife Refuges in existence today, a study released in May by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service adds a new twist for the real estate valuation industry. This

InsideValuation: Client numbers nearly triple

Northern Nevada Business Weekly NNBW staff, 5/14/2012 InsideValuation, a Reno-based company that provides valuation services to real estate lenders and investors, said last week its client base has nearly tripled in the past three years. The company uses a network of

InsideValuation: Client numbers nearly triple

Northern Nevada Business Weekly NNBW staff, 5/14/2012 InsideValuation, a Reno-based company that provides valuation services to real estate lenders and investors, said last week its client base has nearly tripled in the past three years. The company uses a network of

Property Condition – An Objective Guideline For A Subjective Concept

The condition of a house can be a hard thing to judge. A pink house can be considered excellent to some and poor to others and a house with no landscaping can also appear fair to poor when the house

Property Condition – An Objective Guideline For A Subjective Concept

The condition of a house can be a hard thing to judge. A pink house can be considered excellent to some and poor to others and a house with no landscaping can also appear fair to poor when the house

A Little Help For Our BPO-Lovers Out There!

Are you tired of reports getting sent back to you? Are you ready to do the report and be done with it? Well, in a world where doing it right the first time seems almost unobtainable, we finally have some

A Little Help For Our BPO-Lovers Out There!

Are you tired of reports getting sent back to you? Are you ready to do the report and be done with it? Well, in a world where doing it right the first time seems almost unobtainable, we finally have some

Can you adjust for GLA AND room count without “double-dipping?”

Some folks have informed us that they were taught not to adjust for both GLA and room count, stating that it would be a double-dip, while others have no problem adjusting for both. So, which is the correct way to

Can you adjust for GLA AND room count without “double-dipping?”

Some folks have informed us that they were taught not to adjust for both GLA and room count, stating that it would be a double-dip, while others have no problem adjusting for both. So, which is the correct way to