Anchor Pacific Appraisal
Anchor Pacific Appraisal was founded by Jack C. Flynn, ASA, SRA in 1952 as an independent appraisal firm specializing in market appraisals throughout the Western United States. Now focusing the company’s expertise on the Greater Los Angeles area, Anchor Pacific Appraisal’s services include appraisal reporting on residential property, multifamily, commercial, industrial, mobile parks, hotel, office buildings, medical buildings, hospitals, and shopping centers.
Over the years, the scope of services was expanded in the areas, probate, trust, division of interest, and fractional interests.
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Commercial property refers to real estate property that is used for business activities. Commercial property usually refers to buildings that house businesses, but it can also refer to land that is intended to generate a profit, as well as larger residential rental properties. Our commercial appraisal reports can be used for many purposes and are available on a wide range of properties including vacant land, mixed use, retail, industrial, warehouses, restaurants, special use buildings and more.
Generally, it is the primary input and factor of production which is not consumed but without which no production is possible. It is the resource that does not have a cost of production and, although its usage can be switched from a less to more profitable one, its supply cannot be increased. As an asset, it includes anything (1) on the ground (such as buildings, crops, fences, trees, water), (2) above the ground (air and space rights), and (3) under the ground (mineral rights), down to the center of the Earth.
Multi-Family Residential Rental Properties
A residential (apartment) building or structure that is designed to house several different families in separate housing units, each having their own rental unit with its own kitchen, living room, bedroom, and bathroom. Also known as multi-dwelling unit (MDU) and these multiple separate units can also be held in one or several buildings in the same complex.
The typical type of multifamily housing is an apartment building. The entire building or structure may be owned by an individual, an entity, or, as is the case with condominiums, by individuals who have purchased units.
An Institution building is a building or portion of a building used or designed for use as a charitable institute including the administration thereof, and a building designed for use as a hospital, nursing home, or clinic, whether private or public
Industrial building means any building or land used or constructed or designed or adapted to be used for industrial purposes; for the manufacture, production, extraction, adaptation, alteration, assembling, renovation, repair, processing or processing of a product, or the dismantling or breaking up of a product, or the processing of raw materials, servicing of any article or material including a noxious activity.
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