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Dark Store Theory (Pre conference session. Separate registration required.)

Presentation Category

04 APPRAISING PROPERTY

Session Description

Since 2009, dark store theory has been debated in numerous article and countless court cases and fundamental principles have been distorted and misunderstandings persist. The workshop will sum up the past 13 years and show how to boil it down to a few key principles.

Barry Cunningham has been appraising real estate and consulting on real estate related litigation for thirty-five years. He has worked in over forty states and participated in hundreds of informal negotiations, settlement conferences, and mediations. He has testified before administrative bodies and tribunals and participated in trials in state and federal courts across the country. Half of his appraisal and consulting work is completed for public entities (cities, towns, and counties) and half for private property owners.

This work includes both real estate appraisal activities, due diligence, and in case management and conflict resolution activities. He focuses on larger complex property valuations, including hotels, conference centers, subsidized (affordable) housing, large office and retail property, mills, and larger industrial manufacturing property. He has a BA in Liberal Arts with an emphasis in Economics from Charter Oak State College and a Master’s and PhD in Education from Capella University. He also holds the prestigious MAI and AI-GRS designations from the Appraisal Institute and the ASA designation from the American Society of Appraisers. He has completed a rigorous and unparalleled 18-credit graduate school Certificate in Mediation and Conflict Resolution from Champlain College’s Woodbury Institute.

Start Date

8-28-2022 1:00 PM

End Date

8-28-2022 5:00 PM

Moderator

Amy DeHaan, MMAO, Charter Township of Garfield, Grand Traverse County, MI

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Aug 28th, 1:00 PM Aug 28th, 5:00 PM

Dark Store Theory (Pre conference session. Separate registration required.)

Since 2009, dark store theory has been debated in numerous article and countless court cases and fundamental principles have been distorted and misunderstandings persist. The workshop will sum up the past 13 years and show how to boil it down to a few key principles.

Barry Cunningham has been appraising real estate and consulting on real estate related litigation for thirty-five years. He has worked in over forty states and participated in hundreds of informal negotiations, settlement conferences, and mediations. He has testified before administrative bodies and tribunals and participated in trials in state and federal courts across the country. Half of his appraisal and consulting work is completed for public entities (cities, towns, and counties) and half for private property owners.

This work includes both real estate appraisal activities, due diligence, and in case management and conflict resolution activities. He focuses on larger complex property valuations, including hotels, conference centers, subsidized (affordable) housing, large office and retail property, mills, and larger industrial manufacturing property. He has a BA in Liberal Arts with an emphasis in Economics from Charter Oak State College and a Master’s and PhD in Education from Capella University. He also holds the prestigious MAI and AI-GRS designations from the Appraisal Institute and the ASA designation from the American Society of Appraisers. He has completed a rigorous and unparalleled 18-credit graduate school Certificate in Mediation and Conflict Resolution from Champlain College’s Woodbury Institute.