JMSP, Inc. has been providing a wide range of commercial and residential valuation, consulting and advisory services in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area for over 20 years.

Marilyn Miller and Roy L. Relph hold the Appraisal Institute MAI designations, and Jeffrey L. Wineland holds the Appraisal Institute SRA designations.


Appraisers at JMSP have many years of experience providing a wide range of valuation, advisory and consulting services, including:

Commercial Real Estate Appraisals
Residential Real Estate Appraisals
Real Estate Appraisal Reviews
Market Rent Studies
Market Analyses
Feasibility Studies
Highest and Best Use Studies
Estates and Estate Planning
Partnership Disputes
Purchase/Sale Decision Support

Property Types

Appraisers at JMSP have many years of experience in the valuation of many different types of properties, including:

Retail Centers
Retail Buildings
Mixed-Use Projects
Hotel & Motel
More... Special Use Properties
Automobile Dealerships
Gasoline Service Stations
Convenience Stores
Religious Facilities
School & Day Care
Single Family, Townhouse & Condo Units
Residential Condominium Projects
Commercial & Industrial Condo Units
Commercial & Industrial Condo Projects
Residential PUD & Subdivision Land
Commercial & Industrial Land
Mixed-Use Land


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