About Warren Klutz and Company has been owned and operated by Warren Klutz since 1975, specializing in commercial and  investment real estate appraising, brokerage, and consulting in Tennessee and Virginia.  Experience includes appraisals of  various interest in all types of properties for financial institutions, utility companies, private owners, corporate and  government clients.
Warren Klutz and Company   Appraising the earth, one piece at a time.
The Difference Experience Makes Warren Klutz has served three terms as the president of the Bristol Tennessee-Virginia Association of Realtors, President of the TENNEVA Chapter of the Society of Real Estate Appraisers, and President of The Virginia Commonwealth Chapter of the Appraisal Institute.  Contacts and affiliations made over the years enables Warren to access information from many sources unavailable to appraisers and brokers from outside the geographical market comprising Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.  Litigation appraisal assignments have included cases such as UNISYS who faced potential damages of $450 million due to contamination, Bristol Motor Speedway who was confronting a $70 million lawsuit related to a real estate contract dispute, and Wise County, Virginia who encountered a lawsuit involving over 600 gas wells, compressors and hundreds of miles of pipelines valued at over $629 million. As an instructor for the Appraisal Institute, Warren Klutz keeps current on the most recent changes in the real estate appraisal field.  If you teach it, you have to know it.  Presentation skills have been refined since being acquired in four college degree programs, as an Appraisal Institute instructor, and serving as an expert witness in over 150 condemnation court cases.
Warren Klutz   Real Estate Appraiser, Broker, and Auctioneer.  Ability to solve any real estate problem.
Bristol Motor Speedway  $70 million contract dispute lawsuit.
Wise Co. Gas Wells and Other Assets Over 600 gas wells appraised for Wise Co. Virginia for years 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005 resulting in values in excess of $629 million.
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