John T. Farrell has been working in the field of real estate valuation and consulting since 2003. His particular area of expertise is complex real estate disputes such as rent reset arbitrations, environmental contamination, lost profits damages, etc. He has prepared appraisal, rental, market, and feasibility studies for a variety of purposes including lease negotiation, asset acquisition and disposition, corporate mergers, partnership dissolution and other business disputes, bankruptcy, condemnation, property tax appeals, estate tax, gifting, urban renewal, financing, and various other corporate planning purposes.
Mr. Farrell is also active with the New York University Schack Institute of Real Estate where he previously served on the Global Curriculum Advisory Committee and where he currently serves as president of the NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate Alumni Association. He also consulted for the New York City Department of Planning on Local Law 33 (the Post 9/11 revised NYC Construction Codes).