Rynne, Murphy & Associates

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Rynne, Murphy & Associates, Inc. is one of the largest full service real estate appraisal and consulting firms in Upstate New York. We offer a wide range of products including residential appraisals, commercial appraisals, advisory, and consultation services. Our flexibility allows us to be readily responsive to changing conditions and client requirements for a full range of property types. Over the years, Rynne, Murphy & Associates, Inc. has earned a solid reputation for exceeding industry standards. All of our appraisers are certified and continue to exceed continuing education standards set forth under the policies of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.

CONTACT

Address:
205 St. Paul Street, Suite 305
Rochester, NY 14604

Phone:
(585) 262-3277

Website:
http://www.rynnemurphy.com/

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The Real Green New Deal - by John Rynne

The Real Green New Deal - by John Rynne

There are a lot of misconceptions about the Green New Deal. It’s became a political hot potato when it was present...

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Concerning intended use and user value conflicts in commercial real estate - by John Rynne

Concerning intended use and user value conflicts in commercial real estate - by John Rynne

Appraisers have many talents which allows them to more easily see the “forest through the trees.” The abilit...

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Wild and crazy cap rates? - by John Rynne

Wild and crazy cap rates? - by John Rynne

>2020 was a wild and crazy time. We had and still have the COVID-19 issue which reportedly originated in Wuhan, China an...

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Real estate values and COVID-19 - by John Rynne

Real estate values and COVID-19 - by John Rynne

The recent trends in real estate valuation has been heavily influenced by COVID-19. It’s been five months since th...

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Concerning the Green New Deal and its impact on real estate values - by John Rynne

Concerning the Green New Deal and its impact on real estate values - by John Rynne

Early last year some in Congress proposed a non-binding resolution which came under heavy criticism. Based upon an artic...

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Total assets of business vs. real estate value trends - by John Rynne

Total assets of business vs. real estate value trends - by John Rynne

Over my years in the appraisal field, one of the areas of confusion between appraisers and their clients are property ty...

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New York’s real estate tax syndrome: Are taxpayers becoming more accepting of high real estate taxes? - by John Rynne

New York’s real estate tax syndrome: Are taxpayers becoming more accepting of high real estate taxes? - by John Rynne

The issue of high real estate taxes in New York State (NYS) used to be covered by numerous media outlets as interesting ...

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What affects capitalization rate behavior? - by John Rynne

What affects capitalization rate behavior? - by John Rynne

Overall capitalization rates are affected by many factors. Interest rates are one of the most notable but somewhat overr...

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Examining valuations for vacant land: What appraisal dilemmas are created? - by John Rynne

Examining valuations for vacant land: What appraisal dilemmas are created? - by John Rynne

Vacant land valuation: An appraisal dilemma? Appraisers have an important job to do; whether the intended use is for a p...

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