Cost to Cure

Cost-to-Cure Estimates and Designs for Appraisers:

As an appraiser, sometimes you are working on an eminent domain case where part of a parcel of property is condemned and the use of the remaining property is impacted. Martyn can support your work with customized, reasonably calculated cost-to-cure estimates and designs that follow agency guidelines and eminent domain law.

When the new right-of-way severs a structure or improvements, Martyn will develop a design for removing the portions of the improvements affected by the right-of-way, while renovating the remaining portions to cure the taking.

In cases where a new right-of-way eliminates the existing access to a property or building, Martyn will develop designs for a new entry and exit path. Martyn can also review and analyze the plans and costs developed by others to determine their effectiveness.

Cost-to-Cure Estimates and Designs for Public Agencies:

Martyn provides support and consulting services to public agencies when part of a property owners’ land or building is condemned under eminent domain law and the use of the remaining property is impacted.

Martyn will provide customized cost-to-cure estimates and designs that will bring permanent improvements to the remaining land and structures.

When the new right-of-way severs a building structure, Martyn develops a design for removing the portions of the building affected by the right-of-way, while renovating the remaining portions to maintain the building’s function.

In cases where a new right-of-way eliminates the existing access to a property or building, Martyn will develop designs for a new entry and exit path. Martyn can also review and analyze the plans and costs developed by others to determine their effectiveness. He also provides cost-to-cure estimates in legal settings as an expert witness.

Cost-to-Cure Estimates and Designs:

When part of a parcel of property is condemned under eminent domain law, the use of the remaining property is impacted. Martyn specializes in minimizing the impact of the new right-of-way through the property by developing cost estimates and a design to bring improvements to the remaining land and structures. These costs are then included as part of the negotiations with the government agency.

Sometimes the new right-of-way will sever a building. When that happens, Martyn develops a design for removing the portions of the building affected by the right-of-way, while renovating the remaining portions to best meet the needs of the property owner.

In cases where a new right-of-way eliminates the existing access to a property or building, Martyn will develop designs for a new entry and exit path.

Martyn can also review and analyze the plans and costs developed by the opposing parties to determine their effectiveness.

Cost-to-Cure Estimates and Designs for Attorneys:

When part of a parcel of property is condemned under eminent domain law and the use of the remaining property is impacted, Martyn can help you prepare for your client’s eminent domain case with customized cost-to-cure estimates and designs that will bring permanent improvements to the remaining land and structures.

When the new right-of-way severs a home or business, Martyn develops a design for removing the portions of the building affected by the right-of-way, while renovating the remaining portions to best meet the needs of your client.

In cases where a new right-of-way eliminates the existing access to a property or building, Martyn will develop designs for a new entry and exit path. Martyn can also review and analyze the plans and costs developed by others to determine their effectiveness. He also provides cost-to-cure estimates in legal settings as an expert witness.

Disclaimer:

Martyn Daniel provides services with equal expertise and vigor to both public agencies and private parties.