Michael S. Clapp & Associates, Inc. Real Estate Appraisers - Consultants 2990 Bethesda Place, Suite 603-C Winston-Salem, NC 27103 Telephone: 336.760.3163 Fax: 336.760.9228
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In 2012 Paul Carter completed a multi-parcel assignment for a family investment firm on properties in Winston-Salem that ranged from vacant land tracts to shopping centers to apartment projects. He also appraised several tracts of land for acquisition purposes for Piedmont Triad Research Park as well as for Salem College.
Major assignments for Paul in 2013 included numerous appraisals for eminent domain purposes in Forsyth, Guilford, and Stokes counties in connection with road projects planned by the North Carolina Department of Transportation. He also appraised several large tracts of land in Davie County for estate settlement purposes. Finally, Paul was involved in several tax appeal appraisal assignments for commercial and industrial properties in Forsyth and Guilford counties.
Major assignments for Michael Clapp in 2012 included an eminent domain appraisal of an office site in Greensboro on behalf of the owner and an apartment complex also in Greensboro for eminent domain purposes on behalf of the owner. He also appraised an owner-user office building for an insurance company in Greensboro to meet regulatory requirements, a tract of land for a local municipality for acquisition purposes, and provided litigation support services for a municipality in defense of a lawsuit. Finally, Michael provided appraisals, review appraisals, and litigation support for the US Department of Justice on mortgage fraud cases involving residential properties in North Carolina.
In 2013 Michael completed several appraisals for estate purposes, an appraisal of a 224 acre tract of land for estate planning purposes, and an appraisal of a 133 acre tract of land for a property owner in connection with an eminent domain case involving the NC Department of Transportation. He also prepared several appraisals for tax appeal purposes including one on a multi-million dollar residence, a shopping center, and a mixed use building with this building receiving a 50% reduction in its assessed value.
Sandra Clapp in 2012 and 2013 completed appraisals of over 200 houses per year for marketing, relocation, and mortgage loan purposes.