John F. Howden, MAI New Mexico license - #96-G Arizona license - #31967
QUALIFICATIONS OF THE APPRAISER John F. Howden, MAI
New Mexico Military Institute, HS, JC. Stanford University, BA.
US Army Officer, active duty and Reserves, 1964-1973. Vietnam Service Medal, Bronze Star.
Real Estate Law I, II (University of Wisconsin), 1969. Real Estate Principles (US Savings & Loan League), 1971-72. Title Insurance (NM Real Estate Institute), 1989. Water Rights (NM Real Estate Institute), 1989
Society of Real Estate Appraisers Courses Introduction to Appraising Real Property (101), 1972. Principles of Income Property Appraising (202), 1974. R-2 Examination, 1974. Investment Feasibility Analysis, Cash Flow and Risk Analysis, Market and Marketability Analysis, 1985.
American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers Courses Real Estate Investment Analysis (VI), 1979. Examination, Urban Properties (II), 1979. Comprehensive Examination, 1980. Market Analysis, 1986. Computer Assisted Investment Analysis, 1987.
Appraisal Institute Courses Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, Parts A & B, 1991; 1995. Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, Part C, 1999. Appraising Conservation Easements, 2008. Litigation Appraising: Specialized Topics and Applications, 2011.
CI 101 - Financial Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate, 2002.
Society of Real Estate Appraisers Introduction to Income Property Appraisals, 1974. Introduction to Mortgage-Equity, 1974. Narrative Report Writing, 1974. Tax Considerations in Real Estate Transactions, 1976. Partial Interest Analysis, 1983. R41c and the Appraiser, 1987.
American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers FNMA Seminar, 1974. Professional Practices and Conduct, 1981, 1989. Subdivision Analysis, 1983. Introduction to the Valuation of Hotels and Motels, 1984. R41-b Seminar, Midland Texas, 1985.
Appraisal Institute Appraisal Regulations of the Federal Banking Agencies, 1991. Feasibility Analysis, Non-Residential, 1991. Easement Valuation, 1991. Rates, Ratios, and Reasonableness, 1992. Legal Liabilities of Appraisers, 1992. Subdivision Analysis, 1994. USPAP Update, 1994. Dynamics of Office Building Valuation, 1995. Special Purpose Properties, 1996. Tomorrow's Appraiser, 1996. Electronic Commerce: Laws, Ethics and Real Estate, 1997. Nevada Real Estate Appraisal Statutes, 1997. Water Rights in New Mexico, 1997. Eminent Domain and Condemnation Appraising, 1997. Appraisal of Nonconforming Uses, 1999. REITS and the Role of the Real Estate Professional, 1999. Conservation Easements, 2001. National USPAP Course, 2003. USPAP update, 2005, 2008, 2010. Appraising Troubled Properties 2011.
Instructor and participant, Eminent Domain in New Mexico, Lorman Education Services, 2002.
Member, Appraisal Institute (MAI), Certificate Number 6108 (Prior to the Unification of the American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers and the Society of Real Estate Appraisers, I was also a Senior Real Property Appraiser [SRPA] member of the Society of Real Estate Appraisers.)
Certified General Appraiser, State of New Mexico (No. 96)
Licensed Real Estate Agent (New Mexico), 1969-1992. Staff Appraiser, Albuquerque Federal, 1971-1975. Independent Fee Appraiser, 1975-Present.
Qualified Expert Witness, District Courts, States of New Mexico and Utah, U.S. District Court in New Mexico, and Bankruptcy Courts in New Mexico, Arizona, New Jersey, and Illinois.
Q10 Realty Mortgage & Investment Company, Washington Federal Bank, Compass Bank, US Bank, Los Alamos National Bank, Bank 1st, First National Bank of Santa Fe, First National Bank of New Mexico, other mortgage lenders, City of Albuquerque, New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department, Internal Revenue Service, US Department of Justice, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, US Postal Service, US Army Corps of Engineers, Attorneys and private clients.
TYPES OF PROPERTIES APPRAISED:
All types of Urban and other Investment Properties including: Apartment Buildings, Office Buildings, Shopping Centers, Retail Stores, Subdivisions, Warehouses and Industrial Properties, Subdivision Analysis, Conservation Easements, Recreational Facilities, Hotels and Motels. Rural Lands. Located throughout New Mexico and the Southwest.
Board of Directors, SREA Chapter 114, 1975-79 and 1983-85. Member, Admissions and Guidance Committee, SREA, 1975-76. Chairman, Admissions and Guidance Committee, SREA, 1978-81. Vice-President, SREA Chapter 114, 1976-77. President, SREA Chapter 114, 1977-78 and 1982-83. Chairman, Candidate Guidance, AIREA Chapter 39, 1981-83. Member, AIREA Regional Ethics Administration, and Review and Counseling Panel, 1982-1989. Member, Chapter 114, SREA Ethics Committee, 1981-85 and 1987-1990. Legislation Committee Chairman, SREA Chapter 114, 1989-1990. President, Rio Grande Chapter Appraisal Institute, 1991-1992. Member, Board of Directors, Appraisal Institute, 1995-1996. Finance Officer, Region VIII Appraisal Institute, 1996-1998. Chairman, Education Committee of the New Mexico State Real Estate Appraisers Board, 1992-2003. Complaint Committee member, New Mexico Real Estate Appraisers Board, 2003. Member, New Mexico Real Estate Appraisers Board, 2003-2010.
Kent Miller #99G
QUALIFICATIONS OF THE APPRAISER Kent Miller
EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts - Political Science Metropolitan State College, Denver, Colorado - 1972 Basic Principles, Methods & Techniques, Course I-A - A.I.R.E.A., 1972 Capitalization Theory and Techniques, Course I-B - A.I.R.E.A., 1974 Standards of Professional Practice - Appraisal Institute, 1996 Misc. Approved Continuing Education Courses Required for both Real Estate and Appraisal Licensing and Certification New Mexico Real Estate Sales License #16892S New Mexico Real Estate Appraiser General Certificate #000099-G
TYPE OF PROPERTIES APPRAISED Vacant land, income properties, ranches, offices, retail, industrial, motels, apartments, resorts, special purpose properties, health care facilities, athletic clubs, industrial and manufacturing facilities.
REAL ESTATE AND APPRAISAL EXPERIENCE Real Estate Appraisal - Speckman & Assoc.; 1972-1975 Real Estate Appraisal, Development - Ginther & Assoc.; 1976-1980 Real Estate Sales - Broyles/Dyche Corp.; 1981-1983 Real Estate Sales - Hooten/Stahl Realtors; 1984-1987 Real Estate Appraisal - Miller & Co.; 1988-Present Real Estate Sales - Dyche Real Estate; 1989-Present
In addition to my own appraisal work and assignments, I have also been utilized on a sub-contractor basis for several other appraisal firms and continue to do work for these companies. The following is a list of companies and/or firms that I have, and continue to do work for:
John F. Howden & Associates, Inc. - Albuquerque, New Mexico Eugene N. Cavallo & Associates, Inc. - Albuquerque, New Mexico Jeffry Hanus Appraisals - Santa Fe, New Mexico Schwartz and Company - Denver, Colorado Richard G. Stahl, MAI - Denver, Colorado Allen and Associates - Durango, Colorado Strella Corp. - Dallas, New Mexico
ASSIGNMENTS I have completed assignments in over 20 states. My primary area of work is the Western United States, including Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming. My largest assignments have been the Spring Creek Resort in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Robert Redford Properties in Provo, Utah, the late Georgia O’Keeffe Estate in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Val Kilmer’s Pecos River Ranch and several large ranches in New Mexico, Colorado, and Montana. While I don’t specialize in any particular type of property, I have done a significant amount of work in the lodging and health care industries, including hotels/motels, nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Typical assignments include apartments, offices, retail shopping centers, etc.
Rod Smith #02974-G
QUALIFICATIONS OF THE APPRAISER Rod Smith
University of New Mexico - BBA. Course background included finance, marketing, information systems, hotel management, and general business.
Member of Delta Sigma Phi - Professional Business Fraternity
Dearborn Real Estate Institute Courses, 2003 Introduction to the Appraisal Profession. Appraisal Techniques. How to Use the Uniform Residential Appraisal Report. Real Property Interest and Legal Descriptions for Appraisers. Advanced Real Estate Appraisal Methods.
Norris Schools, 2006 Real Estate Law. Real Estate Finance Today. Home Inspection and Environmental Basics.
Santa Fe Community College 2007 Appraising Income Properties I. Appraising Income Properties II. Appraising Income Properties III.
Appraisal Institute 2007 Apartment Appraisal
Kaplan Real Estate Institute 2010 Phraseology of Appraisal Report Writing
Appraisal Institute 2010 What Commercial Clients Would Like Appraisers to Know. Analyzing Operating Expenses
TYPES OF PROPERTIES APPRAISED:
Warehouses/flex Buildings, Single Tenant and Multi-tenant Office Buildings, Office Condominiums, Proposed Construction, Retail Buildings, Neighborhood and Regional Shopping Centers, Restaurants (including Chain Fast Food, Chain Full-service, and Locally Owned/operated), Hotels and Motels, Auto Dealerships, Car Washes, Rural and Urban Vacant Land, Proposed and Existing Subdivisions, Multi-family (Including Triplex, Fourplex, and Garden Apartments), and Single Family Homes.
of New Mexico General Certified Appraiser, License Number 02934-G, New Mexico
Real Estate Appraisers Board and the New Mexico Real Estate Commission
State of Colorado Certified General Appraiser, License Number
100044128, Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Division of Real Estate
2005 – July 2007:
Appraiser and Real Estate Assessor-A
Mexico State Department of Transportation, Right of Way.
Box 1149, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504-1149,
included the development and preparation of appraisals for right of way
2005 – Present
& Database Administrator
F. Howden & Associates, Inc. 8429
Washington Place NE, Suite A, Albuquerque, NM 87113
of Arts: Liberal Arts, with honors, from Albuquerque Technical Vocational
Institute Community College, Albuquerque, New Mexico. April 2000.
of Applied Science: Sound Technology from South Plains College, Levelland,
Texas. December 1994.
Real Estate Institute: Introduction to the Appraisal
Profession – 08/23/2004.
Appraisal Techniques – 09/13/2004
How to Use the Uniform Residential
Appraisal Report – 09/27/2004
Real Property Interest and Legal Descriptions
for Appraisers – 10/18/2004
Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisers
Advanced Real Estate Appraisal
Methods – 07/26/2006
Appraisal Institute: Using Your HP12C Financial Calculator
Basic Income Capitalization –
General Applications – 07/19/2006
Business Practices and Ethics –
Uniform Appraisal Standards for
Federal Land Acquisitions – 03/24/2007
7-Hour USPAP Update –2008, 2010,
Office Building Valuation –
Appraising Distressed Properties –
Appraisal Curriculum Overview –
of Way Association: Appraisal of Partial Acquisitions –
Legal Aspects of Easements –
Eminent Domain Law Basics –
Intro to Environmental Issues –
Contamination in Real Estate – 04/30/2009 Environmental Due Diligence –
Principles of Real Estate
Negotiations – 09/17/2009
Principles of Real Estate
Engineering – 02/22/2012
Property Descriptions – 02/24/2012
Review Appraising in Eminent Domain
Types Of Properties
Vacant Land, Land
Leases, Subdivisions, Surface Parking Lots, Right of Way Acquisitions, Non
Right of Way Parcels, Single Family Residences, Apartment Buildings, Office
Buildings, Shopping Centers, Retail Stores, Warehouses, Industrial Properties,
Restaurants, Proposed Developments, Airplane Hangers, Pet Boarding Facilities,
Self-Storage Properties and Mixed Use Properties.
Right of Way Association Candidate for Designation
53 Treasurer 2007-2008) (Chapter 53 Vice President 2008-2009) (Chapter 53
President 2009-2010) (Chapter 53 Membership Committee Chair 2010-present)
Appraisal Institute (Candidate for Designation)
Mark Newman #3310G
Name: Mark A. Newman Business Address: John F. Howden & Associates, Inc. 8429 Washington Place NE, Suite A Albuquerque, NM 87113
State of New Mexico General Certified Appraiser, Certification Number 3310G, New Mexico Real Estate Appraisers Board and the New Mexico Real Estate Commission, issued July 25, 2007; Expires April 30, 2015. Related Professional Experience February 2007 – Present: Analyst and Appraiser John F. Howden & Associates, 8429 Washington Place NE, Suite A, Albuquerque, NM 87113. Responsibilities included the development and preparation of appraisals and market research and maintenance of comparable sales database. Education Bachelors of Business Administration: Marketing concentration, from The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico. May 1990. Presidential Scholar. Appraisal Courses University of New Mexico: 37410 FQA Foundations of Real Estate Appraisal – 10/07/2006. 37412 FQA Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice – 10/21/2006 37411 FQA Appraising the Single Family Residence 12/02/2006 State of New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department License Renewal Update Course-State of New Mexico 2/11/2011 Appraisal Institute: AI403G Course/Exam: General Appraiser Income Approach I 2/15/2009 AI404G Course/Exam: General Appraiser Income Approach II 3/17/2010 AII400 Course:7-Hour National USPAP Update Course AI401G Course/Exam: General Appraiser Sales Comparison Approach 4/02/2011 AI402G Course/Exam: General Appraiser Site Value & Cost Approach 4/06/2011 McKissock School: General Appraiser Market Analysis/Highest and Best Use Course/Exam 12/23/2011 Expert Witness for Commercial Appraisers Course/Exam 2/2/2012 Commercial Appraisal Review Course/Exam 3/23/2012 Statistics, Modeling and Finance Course/Exam 4/27/2012 General Appraiser Report Writing and Case Studies Course/Exam 5/1/2012 Kaplan School: USPAP 2012-2013 Update Course 3/19/2013 Real Estate Green Course 3/20/2013 Easements Course 3/20/2013 Professional Affiliations Appraisal Institute – Associate Member TYPES OF PROPERTIES APPRAISED: Industrial Properties, Warehouses/Flex, Office Buildings, Office Condominiums, Residential Condominiums, Proposed and Existing Subdivisions, Retail Buildings, Restaurants, Shopping Centers, Auto Dealerships, Hotels, Proposed Construction, Car Washes, Parking Lots, Rural and Urban Vacant Land, Single Family Houses. 3/13