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American Appraisers Corp.

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(502) 267-6320

david@americanappraisers.net

With over 30 years of appraising experience, 36 to be exact, we’ll bring our wealth of knowledge and insight to provide the most complete  solutions for your next appraisal. AAC is headed by David J. Glauber, MAI. The MAI designation is the highest qualification an appraiser can obtain and is recognized as the best in the world.

Property Types If you do not know what category that your property falls in, please contact David for help.

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Church

We appraise churches all over the country from our headquarters in Louisville Kentucky.

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Industrial

Ranging from small single tenant light industrial buildings and increase to distribution warehouses..

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Retail centers

 Beginning as small single tenant or owner occupied units, all the way to regional centers.  

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Hotel, Resorts, & Marina

We appraise hotels and resorts anywhere in the United States, Jamaica and the Caribbean Islands.     

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Self-Storage

We appraise both standard self storage facilities as well as retail or service self storage.  Storage  facilities can take many forms.  

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Apartment

When it comes to appraising these condo/ apartment properties, the valuation method is very different.  

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Vacant Land

The highest and best use of the land must be determined by the appraiser before any at valuation can be made.  

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Campground & RV Park

Appraising campgrounds and mobile home parks is challenging, but we enjoy them.

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Residential

Bring us your residential property to be appraised. American Appraisers does both residentials and commercial properties.

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David J. Glauber, MAI

President, American Appraisers Corporation

David J. Glauber, MAI Highly qualified MAI Appraiser

David Glauber, MAI began his appraisal career in 1986 with John Glauber, Sr in Carrollton KY before starting college.  Once at University of Louisville he worked with Paul McDonough, MAI as a commercial appraiser.  During that period he was involved in the appraisal of a large Federal Corp of Engineers acquisition project known as the Falls of the Ohio Wildlife Conservation Area.  Between 1987 and 1991, he worked on several smaller Corp of Engineers acquisition projects as well as several KY Highway acquisition projects.  

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