New York real estate appraisers and property appraisals - Peter L. Zachary & Associates
6423 18th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11204
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A New York real estate appraisal firm you can rely on, serving Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, the Bronx as well as Suffolk and Nassau County.

Peter L. Zachary & Associates, Inc. is a New York real estate appraisal firm founded in 1985 with the idea of providing clients with reliable service. The firm's President Peter L. Zachary, MAI is a Member of the Appraisal Institute and holds the MAI designation. Based out of Brooklyn, New York, we perform real estate appraisals on commercial multi-family, industrial and residential properties in the five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and the Bronx. The core of our firm is in our ethics, market research, analysis and attention to details. In addition, we employ plain common sense. All of our real estate appraisal reports are compliant with USPAP (Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice), as set forth by the Appraisal Foundation.

Our New York real estate appraisal firm has grown because our clients trust Peter L. Zachary, who has trained all of his real estate appraisers. They know that each and every real estate appraiser from our firm brings the best we have to offer to meet their specific needs. So, whether you need an appraisal on a residential or commercial property, we're the one source you can always rely on.

Location, location, location

We understand that location is a key element that must be considered by a good property appraiser. That's why we stick with the areas we know best including the five boroughs of New York - Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and the Bronx.

Each Peter L. Zachary & Associates property appraiser has performed property appraisals in active neighborhoods such as Park Slope, Williamsburg and Long Island City. We have written many appraisals of new residential developments in these New York neighborhoods, multiple appraisals in the same neighborhoods, and we have even appraised the same building several times.

Residential and commercial real estate experience you can trust.

Our New York residential home appraisal group has worked on projects with 1-4 family houses, coops, condos and townhouses in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and the Bronx.

Peter Zachary's New York real estate appraisal clients are banking institutions, mortgage bankers, brokers, attorneys and individuals. We are an approved property appraisal group for such banks as Maspeth Federal Savings and the Brooklyn Matrimonial Court.

As a New York area commercial property appraisal group, we handle small New York mixed-use properties as well as large multi-tenanted commercial properties such as apartment buildings, retail buildings, industrial buildings and office buildings. We only employ state certified, licensed and Appraisal Institute designated staff. We support such banks as the New York Community Bank, Maspeth Federal Savings and Abacus Federal Savings.

Contact us today and begin working with New York property appraisers you can trust!

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The New York Times had an article on the front of the Business Day section on April 30, 2015 entitled: RISE IN HOMEBUILDING SUGGESTS ECONOMY IS REGAINING MOMENTUM. The article stated, "Home building across the nation accelerated in April, far exceeding expectations and suggesting that the economy was getting back on track after overall growth grounded to a halt during the first quarter of the year."

Home construction last month rose to 20.2 percent over March to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.135 million, the highest number since 2007 and the biggest percentage jump in almost 24 years, the Commerce Department said on Tuesday.

The sunny report wiped out a particularly dismal showing in March and offered a measure of optimism for a housing market that has been slow to recover since the recession.

But most economists were cautious in their reading of the month's data, seeing it as a sign that the housing market was simply returning to a more normal state after the cold and snowy start of the year that kept many builders from breaking new ground.

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