C. CASH GILL, MAI

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C. CASH GILL, MAI

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OVERVIEW

ACCREDITATIONS

EXPERIENCE

EDUCATION

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

PUBLICATIONS

LECTURES

OVERVIEW

Experience is dedicated to both commercial and multifamily appraisals and market studies. He has completed appraisals for everything from salvage yards to private islands and everything in between on the commercial side. He also has extensive multifamily experience, specializing in work for conventional lenders, Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), United Stated Department of Agriculture/Rural Development (USDA/RD), lenders and developers through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), Section 8 and Section 515 programs. Also, many years of experience with Multifamily Accelerated Processing Sections 202, 223(f), 221(d)(3)/(4) and 232.

He currently serves as a Missouri Real Estate Appraisers Commissioner. He was appointed to the Commission by the Governor of the State of Missouri. The Commission was created by the 85th General Assembly for the purpose of certifying and licensing qualified persons engaged in the practice of real estate appraising.

In addition, at the time of receiving his MAI, he was the youngest in the history of the Appraisal Institute to achieve the designation.

 

ACCREDITATIONS

MAI - Designated Member of the Appraisal Institute

State Certified General Real Estate Appraiser
Carries a permanent license or regularly receives licenses in all 50 states and Puerto Rico

Board of Directors for the National Housing & Rehabilitation Association (NH&RA

Advisory Trustee for the Council for Affordable Rural Housing (CARH)

Board of Directors for the Council for Affordable Rural Housing (CARH)

Chair of Appraisal Subcommittee for the Council for Affordable Rural Housing (CARH)

Former Executive Council Member for National Council of Housing Market Analysts (NCHMA)

Advisory Board for The Tax Credit Advisor

Former Advisory Board for Montgomery Bank

Regular panelist for the Institute for Professional and Executive Development on topics dealing with HUD multifamily valuation processes.

Primary Instructor and Executive Board Member for the National Council of Affordable Housing Market Analysts’ teaching seminars.

Regular panelist for many affordable housing conferences such as the Council for Affordable Rural Housing.

 

EXPERIENCE

 (2000 TO PRESENT)

Provider of typical and complex commercial appraisals as well as market studies for many lenders and developers.

Provider of HUD Mark-to-Market Full appraisals for mortgage restructuring and Mark-to-Market Lites for rent restructuring. Have worked with HUD in this capacity for several years.

Provider of HUD MAP appraisals and market studies for many lenders, developers and state housing finance agencies.

Provider of HUD Rent Comparability Studies for contract renewal purposes nationwide as well as reviews for RCSs in 13 states for HUD.

Provider of Appraisals for Section 515 and combined Appraisals/Market Studies/CNAs for Section 515 paired with Low Income Housing Tax Credits for many developers.

DEVELOPMENT/OWNERSHIP/MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE (2006 TO PRESENT)

For the past 11 years, he has owned three separate companies that develop, own and manage commercial, multifamily, residential, agricultural and vacant land properties.

In his portfolio are over 1,000,000 square feet of commercial space, roughly 1,000 units of multifamily, 200 acres of farmland, and 20 parcels of developable commercial and multifamily lots, all in the Midwest. In addition, the companies combined have 300 additional multifamily units and several thousand square feet of commercial space planned for the remainder of the year.

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science Degree
University of Missouri – Major in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Marketing

Multifamily Accelerated Processing Valuation (MAP)
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Annual Education for the MAP Program

Qualifying Appraiser Education
180 hours of education courses through the Appraisal Institute

MAI Designation Education
1,000 hours of education courses through the Appraisal Institute

Continuing Appraiser Education
More than 3,000 hours of education courses through the Appraisal Institute and various other providers

Provider of Education
Also provides education every year through panels, lectures and as a Missouri Real Estate Appraiser Commissioner

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Appraisal Institute
MAI
University of Missouri
Alumni
NCHMA
National Council of Housing Market Analysts
Instructor
Executive Board
CARH
Council for Affordable Rural Housing
Board of Directors
Advisory Board
Chair of Appraisal Subcommittee
MONTGOMERY BANK
Former Advisory Board
NCSHA
National Council of State Housing Agencies
NH&RA
National Housing and Rehabilitation Association
Board of Directors
MHCA
Missouri Health Care Association
AHMA
Affordable Housing Management Association
IPED
Instructor/Panelist

PUBLICATIONS

How can low-income housing facilities translate into high profits? New York Real Estate Journal.

Up, up and away: Home mortgage interest rates and gasoline prices continue ascending. New York Real Estate Journal.

Boston MSA Market Snapshot. Tax Credit Advisor.

Seattle MSA Market Snapshot. Tax Credit Advisor.

What Appraisers Know About Investing. Northeast Industrial Development Resource Guide.

Multiple Party Use of Appraisals: Part II, From the Viewpoint of an Appraser and Commissioner. AHAIN Summer Edition.

Urban and Rural Market Studies. Affordable Housing Finance.
LIHTC Appraisals 101. Tax Credit Advisor.

 

LECTURES

How can low-income housing facilities translate into high profits? New York Real Estate Journal.

Up, up and away: Home mortgage interest rates and gasoline prices continue ascending. New York Real Estate Journal.

Boston MSA Market Snapshot. Tax Credit Advisor.

Seattle MSA Market Snapshot. Tax Credit Advisor.

What Appraisers Know About Investing. Northeast Industrial Development Resource Guide.

Multiple Party Use of Appraisals: Part II, From the Viewpoint of an Appraser and Commissioner. AHAIN Summer Edition.

Urban and Rural Market Studies. Affordable Housing Finance.
LIHTC Appraisals 101. Tax Credit Advisor.


National Council of Affordable Housing Market Analysts - Indianapolis, IN. Maximize Your Market: Understanding the Methodology Behind Market Studies.

Council of Affordable Rural Housing - Reno, NV. Don't get caught in the RED. New guidelines for audits and inspections.

The Institute for Professional and Executive Development - Arlington, VA. Nonrecourse HUD Deals - So you closed your nonrecourse HUD deal. Now what? And is it really Nonrecourse?

Council of Affordable Rural Housing – Washington, DC. Property Valuation - The Correct Way to Value Properties.

National Council of Affordable Housing Market Analysts - New Orleans, LA. Affordable Housing Site Analysis.

Housing Tax Credits. Council for Affordable Rural Housing - Las Vegas, NV. Auditing and Accounting Guidelines for Section 42 Low Income.

Council for Affordable Rural Housing – Washington, DC. Appraisals and Market Studies.

Council for Affordable Rural Housing - Miami, FL. The Equity Market – Impact on Rural Housing.

Council for Affordable Rural Housing - Washington, DC. How to Foster Affordable Green and Rural Housing Needs Assessments.

Affordable Housing Association of Indiana – Indianapolis, IN. Market Analysis – Best Ways to Use Market Studies to Ensure Application Points

Enterprise Buyer/Seller Conference for RRH 515 Properties – Portland, ME – Valuing the Product. What is my Development Worth?

National Housing & Rehabilitation Association’s Spring Underwriter Forum – Washington, DC – Financing and Underwriting Special Needs Housing.

National Council of State Housing Agency’s Annual Housing Credit Conference & Marketplace – Atlanta, GA – Comprehensive Market Analysis.

Affordable Housing Finance Live Annual Conference & Marketplace – Chicago, IL – Strategies for Rural Deals.

Crittenden Multifamily Conference – Dallas, TX – Financing Special Use Properties.

Council for Affordable Rural Housing – Washington, DC – Rural Housing Preservation.

National Counil of State Housing Agencies – Denver, CO – Rural Housing Strategies.

National Counil of State Housing Agencies – Denver, CO – Y15: Perservation and Disposition Seminar.

Rural Rental Housing Association – San Antonio, TX – LIHTC Legislative Update.

Missouri Appraiser Advisory Council – Lake Ozark, MO – Proper Appraiser Methodology- Commission Panel

Jacksonville HUD/Enterprise Green Conference – Panama City Beach, FL– Greening Your Property Through HUD’s RAD Program

Council for Affordable Rural Housing – Key Largo, FL - How National Appraisal Practices Impact USDA Assisted Properties

National Council of State Housing Agencies – San Francisco, CA – Changes and Challenges in Rural Housing Development

AHF Live – Chicago, IL – Preservation of Older LIHTC Deals

Tennessee Association of Housing and Redevelopment Association – Franklin, TN – Appraisal and Market Study Techniques for Low Income Housing Tax Credits

Council for Rural Housing & Development of Ohio – Columbus, OH – Rural Housing Market Research

University of Affordable Housing (By Great Lakes Capital Fund) – South Bend, IN – Valuation Risks Using Financing for Affordable and Rental Asistance Demonstration Deals

National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials – Orlando, FL – Affordable Housing Appraisals, Market Studies, Rent Comparability Studies and Rent Reasonableness Studies

Regional Affordable Housing and RAD Training – Alexandria, LA – Valuation, Feasibility and Capital Needs Assessments

Southeastern Affordable Housing Management Association (SAHMA) – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Rent Comparability Studies 101

Midwest Buyer/Seller Conference – Indianapolis, IN – a CNAs and Appraisals

AHF Live – Chicago, IL – Acquisition Challenges and Opportunities

CARH – St. Pete Beach, FL – Preservation Challenges and Opportunities

TAHRA – Nashville, TN – Appraisals, Market Studies, Rent Comparability Studies and Rent Reasonableness Studies for LIHTC and RAD Transactions

NCSHA – Los Angeles, CA – Successful Development in Challenging Markets

AHF Live – Chicago, IL - Acquisition Challenges and Opportunities

NCSHA – Seattle, WA – Rural and Native American Development Strategies

AHAIN – French Lick, IN – Appraisals and CNAs

AHAIN – French Lick, IN – Pulling it All Together

AHF Live – Chicago, IL – Preservation of Older LIHTC Deals

New Mexico HFA (MFA) Training Course – Albuquerque, NM – Appraisals 101

Upcoming panels at NCSHA and other organizations in 2017