Real Estate


MG Valuation provides Valuation Services throughout the Americas; Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA); and Asia/Pacific


Our real estate services include valuations of commercial and industrial real estate,
including multi-tenant retail, office, healthcare, hospitality facilities, golf courses, special purpose and manufacturing properties. Whether valued via cash flows or sales of integrated manufacturing facilities, we have the resources to assist in client needs worldwide, while complying with local real estate licenses. We value real estate for financial reporting, property tax, eminent domain, purchase/sale, market rent studies and financing purposes.



Infrastructure

Our teams performed a feasibility study for a proposed light rail project in the Eastern United States

Manufacturing

We value manufacturing and government owned real estate worldwide, from inbound real estate investments from Japan and China into the US, and real estate holdings in India and EMEA for US clients; Valuation and consulting on a bottling facility in Russia for a multinational beverage company

Hospitality

MG Valuation has valued hospitality and related real estate holdings for a major International airport in the Southeastern US; and proposed and existing resorts throughout Latin America, the Carribbean and Asia/Pacific.

Real Estate

We have valued commercial real estate including office, hospitality, mixed-use developments and industrial properties throughout the US for investors, funds and developers; and a corporate campus in India for a US multinational firm.


Financial Reporting

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Tax Reporting & Planning

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Transaction Advisory Services

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Real Estate

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