Welcome

We appraise Commercial Real Estate.

  • Experience – Over 275+ years of collective experience in the local market.
  • Quality – All appraisals reviewed by a MAI designated appraiser.
  • Trust – Our experienced appraisers are partners in the business with a vested interest in helping you obtain your goals

Appraisal & Consulting Group, LLC, was formed in June 2012 to serve the appraisal needs of lenders, government agencies, and investors throughout the Pacific Northwest. With offices in Portland, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington, our experienced appraisal team is:

“Ready, willing and able to serve you in a professional and timely manner.”

Don Palmer, David Groth, and David Pietka, each with 40+ years of experience, have brought together a group of highly experienced appraisers. With nine other members of the group, our combined appraisal experience is over 275 years with each appraiser ranging from 5 to 40+ years of experience. Reports are prepared by experienced appraisers who take full responsibility for inspections, gathering of information, analysis, and report preparation. All reports are reviewed for quality and clarity by an MAI. Our appraisal experience covers all commercial property types from small single unit properties to large multiple family complexes, hotels, shopping centers, industrial parks, high rise office buildings, and special purpose properties such as gas stations. In addition, we have appraisers specializing in rural and resource properties and commercial properties on the Oregon and Washington coast.

Recently at ACG

Devin Henery has received his MAI designation!

We are pleased to announce that Devin Henery received his MAI designation October 2019.

Way to go, Grant!

One of our appraisers, Grant Norling, MAI made the news recently for a significant case he’s been working on for the past four years. The Oregon Supreme Court voted in favor of setting a case law in terms of how to value a non-stabilized shopping center.

Read more about the case here: https://law.justia.com/cases/oregon/supreme-court/2019/s065290.html