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    Appraisal Project Coordination

    A right of way appraisal is a complex process that has both standard and nuanced federal, state, and local guidelines that it must follow in order to be complete and not misleading. Large scale infrastructure development projects and smaller private land transactions alike require a skilled appraisal project management team that can coordinate the entire appraisal process, from preliminary work and field work to review, to ensure that accuracy, attention to detail, and effectiveness is efficiently coordinated.

    At National Right of Way Review Appraisal (NRWRA), our professional team is dedicated to the appraisal review process to keep your acquisition projects on schedule, without time-consuming legal, and administrative holds.

    Successful appraisal project management ensures that appraisal reports comply with USPAP and Yellow Book standards, as well as any local rules or regulations impacting the project, as required. NRWRA can also provide effective revisions to the scope of work, provide costs of document production and delivery, provide analysis for differing interpretations of regulations, and delivery date adjustment services. Contact NRWRA today at 888-446-7972 to schedule a consultation or for any questions you have regarding our appraisal project management and coordination services.

    About Us

    NRWRA has licensed and certified appraisers and operates in the Midwest, Northwest, and mid-Atlantic states.

    Appraisal Review

    Our Reviews are USPAP, UASFLA, and/or local agency standards to meet your required outcomes.

    UASFLA – Yellow Book

    We ensure your appraisal reports meet the new Federal Standards.

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