Estate Appraisals

Tax Appeals

Mortgage Financing

Open Space Acquisitions

Farmland Preservation

Variance Applications

Marital Assets

Professional, Accurate Appraisals

At Mark Tinder Appraisals, we pride ourselves on the precision of our evaluations. Our attention to detail results in the most accurate appraisal possible.

When you choose Mark Tinder Appraisals, you are choosing an experienced property appraisal consultant, able to make the best appraisal possible.

Call or e-mail us for more information. 908.526.1226

Meet Mark Tinder

My name is Mark Tinder and I am a State Certified General Real Estate Appraiser, licensed by the State of New Jersey. I have been an appraiser since 1986 and my company, Mark Tinder Appraisals, is located in Somerville, New Jersey. We appraise every kind of real estate, including residential, commercial, industrial, and vacant land.

Special areas of focus at Mark Tinder Appraisals include:

  • Appraisals for equitable distribution of marital assets
  • Estate appraisals
  • Tax appeals
  • Mortgage financing
  • Open space acquisitions for municipalities, counties, and the State of New Jersey
  • Farmland preservation
  • Appraisal consultations for variance applications

If it's time to evaluate your assets and you need to know the value of your property, give us a call at 908-526-1226.

Mark Tinder Appraisals: an accurate appraisal, every time.

Fair Value Definition

Fair Value is the method of valuing business assets (and liabilities) for financial reporting in line with accounting practices as established by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB).

Definition of Fair Value:
Fair value is the price that would be received to sell an asset or paid to transfer a liability in an orderly transaction between market participants at the measurement date. (FASB Statement No. 157, 2007)

When do appraisers estimate Fair Value?
Mergers and acquisitions
Sales of Businesses
Purchases of Businesses
Financial reporting: annual and other financial statements (profit and loss statements, balance sheets)

The appraisal for Fair Value takes into account
Most advantageous market (highest and best use; not most common market)
Exchange price in market – What would be considered by market participants (buyers and sellers)
Exposure time of possible sale (not forced liquidation)

Use of word "estimate", used by FASB
Note: This type of value is used both in the United States and internationally. Fair Value is defined as “the amount for which an asset could be exchanged between knowledgeable, willing parties in an arm’s-length transaction” in the International Valuation Standards, 2007, p. 88 by the International Valuation Standards Council. The International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) uses this same definition.