About KVG

Leadership

Scott Kellenberger is President and founder of Kellenberger Valuation Group. Drawing on over 20 years of experience, Scott focuses on solving his client’s valuation and cost segregation needs. He coordinates and executes a wide range of engagements related to investment real estate; user-based, specialized real estate; and real estate-related enterprises.

Scott has appraised properties in many US states and has served on foreign assignments. Purposes have included property tax, financial reporting, financing, purchase or sale, fresh start accounting, insurance, fair rental, tax reporting including cost segregation services, condemnation, and donation.

Advisory services performed by Scott have included appraisal review, litigation support, market research, condition studies, reserve/capital expenditure requirement studies, lifing studies, and offer/option analysis.

Properties he has appraised include healthcare facilities; hotels; gaming and entertainment facilities; retail facilities; agribusiness facilities; industrial facilities; governmental, educational, and other institutional facilities; laboratories; offices; infrastructure; and vacant land holdings.

Property interests Scott has valued include fee simple, leased fee, and leasehold estates. He has provided opinions of value under various premises including for exchange in the open market, forced liquidation, in use assuming economic viability of the associated business entity, and as a going concern. Scott has also opined on partial ownership positions such as rights-of-way.

Scott has performed cost segregation studies for a wide cross section of properties including healthcare, multi-family residential, hotels, major casino resorts, major package handling and distribution, food-processing, manufacturing, warehousing, office, retail, and research and development.

Scott founded Kellenberger Valuation Group in 2015. He began his career in 1996 as an associate appraiser with American Appraisal, the oldest and largest independent valuation firm. While there he was promoted to valuation consultant in 1997, to senior valuation consultant in 2000, to manager in 2003, to senior manager in 2006, and to director in 2007.

Outside the office Scott enjoys downhill skiing, golf, swimming, running and biking. Scott is married with two boys. He is active in his church and community, volunteering to coach youth sports and serve on his home owners association board as treasurer.

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