Right of Way

Right of Way

BBG offers comprehensive valuation and advisory services for right-of-way (ROW) and eminent domain projects.

Clients across the country benefit from BBG’s national platform, which includes valuation specialists and transaction data in all major U.S. markets. Our professional experience and advanced technology provide information needed to make educated decisions. With an exclusive focus on third-party reports, BBG helps clients at any stage of a ROW project. Our goal is to help make the process as efficient and hassle free as possible.

We work with federal, state, county, municipal governments, public agencies, right of way acquisition firms, attorneys, and private individuals on a variety of right-of-way project sizes and types. These projects include both full and partial acquisitions. Partial acquisitions often involve complex valuation issues requiring an analysis of potential damages and project benefits. Our professionals understand land use and government regulations needed to serve our right-of-way clientele.

Right-of-Way Services

  • Right-of-way appraisals, review and consulting
  • Full and partial acquisitions, easements, temporary easements and inverse condemnation valuations
  • Litigation support and expert witness testimony
  • Impact studies
  • Market studies
  • Damage studies

Specialized Expertise

  • Transportation and projects (highways, roads, bridges, rail, light rail, etc.)
  • Municipal projects (utility, sewer, sidewalk, water, drainage, etc.)
  • Electric transmission line and utility projects
  • Oil and gas pipeline easements

We focus on providing superior communication and offering the best possible solutions to your appraisal needs.

Brian Bryant, MAI, AI-GRS

Managing Director – Right-of-Way Practice Leader

Brian T. Bryant is a Managing Director at BBG in the Charlotte office.  He is also the Right-of-Way Practice Leader for BBG. Mr. Bryant entered the real estate business in 1994 as a staff commercial appraiser working with multiple firms. In 2003, Mr. Bryant started Bryant & Rutledge, where he was a partner/owner. During his time with Bryant & Rutledge, he appraised a wide-variety of property types for a variety of clients and developed a specialty in eminent domain appraisal assignments.

Mr. Bryant has appraisal experience with many property types including vacant land/lots (residential and commercial), single-family and multifamily residential, single and multi-tenant industrial (manufacturing facilities, service garages, office/warehouses, etc.), single and multi-tenant office (general and medical office), single and multi-tenant retail (banks, gas marts, shopping centers, restaurants, drugstores, etc.), mixed-use developments and subdivision development (single-family, commercial, and condominium subdivisions developments). He also has expertise in condemnation appraising, including court testimony.

Bundled Due Diligence Services

One-stop shop for valuation + assessment services.

Our Services

Valuation and Assessment Services

  1. Market study
  2. Feasibility
  3. Zoning reports
  4. Environmental studies
  5. Title
  6. Surveys
  7. Property condition reports
  8. Appraisals
  9. Strategic advisory

Advisory Services

  1. Portfolio valuation
  2. Organization design and governance
  3. Financial reporting
  4. Lease audits
  5. Tax appeal
  6. Monitoring
  7. Cost segregation
  8. Refinancing

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