John A. Dalkowski III, CRE, MAI, is Managing Director of NRER, with offices in New York, NY; Miami, FL; and Charlotte, NC. He has over 45 years experience in Real Estate Valuation, Development, and Counseling in 26 states and has appraised in excess of $10 Billion in assets. Mr. Dalkowski's major focus is litigation and arbitration support and expert witness services, diminution of real estate value / real estate damages, distressed property solutions, and valuation advisory services, particularly on specialized or complex transactions such as major office buildings and hotels and other trophy real estate assets, including ski resorts, waterparks, outdoor entertainment venues, resort hospitality and timeshare properties, and correctional facilities. He has completed numerous valuations of major hotels and office buildings in Manhattan and Florida, and completed more than 100 distressed asset valuations for the FDIC. He has experience in complex litigation support such as the Chinese Drywall test case in Louisiana. Mr. Dalkowski is experienced in providing transactional counseling, litigation, arbitration support, expert witness testimony, and valuation advisory services, particularly on specialized or complex transactions.
Real Estate Damages
Acquisitions & Dispositions
Full and Partial Interests' Appraisals
Hotel Valuations, Timeshares
Real Estate Development Counseling
Real Estate Broker Standards of Care
EB-5 Feasibility Studies
Diminution of Value related to Stigma
Appraiser Malpractice / USPAP Violations
Tax Appeal Asset Allocation
Air Rights / Transfer of Development Rights (TDRs)
Randall Bell, PhD, MAI is the owner of Landmark Research Group LLC which specializes in Real Estate Damage Economics. By utilizing advanced valuation methodologies, they are able to determine what impact, if any, that a detrimental condition has on property values. His clients include government agencies, oil, insurance and utility companies, corporations, developers, lenders and property owners.
Dr. Bell specializes in environmental contamination, natural disasters, construction defects, complex real estate disputes, crime stigma and other detrimental conditions. As an Expert Witness and Strategic Consultant, Dr. Bell can determine the merits of a claim. His experience and research includes the World Trade Center, Hurricane Katrina, Bikini Atoll Nuclear Test Sites, Chernobyl, Hiroshima, the Oklahoma City Bombing, Mt. St. Helen’s Volcano, the Manoa Hawaii Landslides and many others.
Dr. Bell has a MBA from UCLA and is the author of the book "Real Estate Damages" published by the Appraisal Institute. His career has been profiled by the Wall Street Journal, People Magazine, CNN, ABC's 20/20 and more.
Most appraisers will be asked to appraise property subject to detrimental conditions at some point in their careers. The unique problems that arise in these complex valuation situations can be addressed by applying fundamental economic principles and innovative valuation techniques. A comprehensive and valuable resource for all real estate professionals, Real Estate Damages: Applied Economics and Detrimental Conditions, second edition, provides a straightforward approach to solving these complex valuation problems.