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William H. Kinn, MAI
Kinn Real Estate Counselors LLC
500 Fifth Avenue
Suite. 1710
New York, NY 10110
(212) 922-9238
Fax: (646) 349-2572
Continuing Education Program Completed
Standards & Ethics Education Completed
Accepts Fee Assignments

Primary Market Area
He has specific expertise in the New York metropolitan real estate markets (New York City, Long Island, Westchester, New York State, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut) as well as a broad base of national experience

Primary Practice Focus
Activities include investment analysis, highest and best use and marketability studies, valuation of commercial properties, expert testimony, arbitrations, acquisition analysis, real estate financing, loan underwriting and investment sales.

Business Services
Acquisition, Disposition Appraisal Appraisal Review Buyer Brokerage Capital Formation, Syndication Consulting Demographic Analysis Development Valuation and Consultation Exchange Consulting Facilities Planning and Control Consulting Feasibility Studies Highest and Best Use Studies Litigation / Litigation Support Market Analysis Mediation, Arbitration, Dispute Resolution Mortgage Lending Consulting Pension Fund Valuation and Consulting Portfolio Valuation and Analysis Tenant Representation Real estate financing, loan underwriting and investment sales

Property Types
  Condo, Multi-Family Project (Townhouse, Condo, Etc) High End Residential Mixed Use (Residential / Commercial) Multi-family (5+ units)
  Acreage (Mixed Use) Acreage (Non-Residential) Acreage (Residential) Coastal / Lakeshore, Riverfront, Other Waterfront Open Space / Public Park Subdivided Land / Lot (Non-Residential) Subdivided Land / Lot (Residential) Subdivision (Commercial, Industrial, etc) Subdivision (Residential) He participated in arbitrations on behalf of both owners and tenants regarding land value, rental value, and purchase price and devised theories underlying the arbitration in conjunction with clients to determine needs and appropriate strategies.
  Automobile Dealership Branch Bank / Financial Building Condominium (Office / Retail / Etc.) Convenience Store / Service station Hotel / Resort Office Building (High Rise, over three stories) Office Building (Low Rise, three stories or less) Retail (Single Tenant or Free Standing) Self Storage Shopping Center (Local, Strip, Neighborhood, Community, Etc.) Shopping Center (Power Center, Outlet Center, Lifestyle, Etc.) Shopping Center (Super Regional, Regional Mall) He also has extensive experience with large mixed-use and “trophy type assets” such as Rockefeller Center, Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, Citicorp Center, the Tiffany Flagship Store, the new Penn Station (retail space), the Hammerstein Ballroom
  Industrial (Heavy (Manufacturing) Industrial (Small Office Warehouse / Mfg.) Industrial Light (Distribution, Storage) Research and Development Lab / Hi-Tech / Bioengineering Telecommunication Facility
   Ownership Forms
  Air Rights Fee Simple Interest Ground Lease Leased Fee Interest Leasehold Interest Life Estate Partial Interest He evaluated portfolios of properties for acquisition, disposition, and mortgage underwriting; reviewed tenant mix, credit worthiness and market conditions; and projected potential cash flow under various scenarios.
Other Professional Affiliations/Designations
Counselors of Real Estate (CRE)
Urban Land Institute
Member of the Real Estate Board of New York