The County Court House may not be the most often appraised property in any given locality. While this is not an ordinary occurrence experienced, Public Property appraisers will be able to handle the task. One of the many considerations which may confront the appraiser will be determining the Highest and Best use of the property. The answer will come from the appraiser’s analysis of the condition, size, and location of the property, and what would the demand be for such a property. It is not uncommon for older Court Houses to be converted to alternate uses once they become less attractive for their original intended purpose. When Public Properties experience transition in use, they very often remain Public Properties. The experienced appraiser will take all of this into consideration.
ELLIOTT® & Company Appraisers has a network of appraisers nationwide capable of appraising Court Houses and or any other type of Public Building.