Kyle Redfearn, MAI, is a Senior Managing Director in CBRE’s Valuation and Advisory Services group. He is the national practice leader of the Valuations for Financial & Tax Reporting practice and is based in Dallas, Texas, USA. Mr. Redfearn oversees projects and provides technical expertise to both domestic and internationally based clients. He has over 28 years of valuation experience with the majority of it concentrated in financial and tax reporting services, but has conducted valuations for a wide range of client needs (see below). Prior to joining CBRE, Mr. Redfearn was the leader of the real estate valuation group in the Tax & Financial Reporting practice at Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin. Before that, Mr. Redfearn was a Senior Manager at Deloitte & Touche focusing many of his 12 years conducting financial and tax reporting valuations and assisting Deloitte audit teams as a valuation review specialist.
Mr. Redfearn has expertise in valuing a wide array of properties and debt instruments for regulatory reporting. Property types that have been valued include industrial, office, retail, multi-family residential, hospitality, health care, restaurants, educational, institutional, data centers, correctional facilities, sports and entertainment, automotive, theaters, self-storage, manufactured housing agricultural (feed mills, grain elevators, farms, etc.) car washes, a variety of energy production related facilities, easements, mortgage loans, CMBS loans, mezzanine debt, and many others.
The team has valued properties in all developed continents. With more than 450 valuation offices worldwide, CBRE can assure an effective combination of local market knowledge and specialized valuation expertise anywhere our clients have properties.
Mr. Redfearn has conducted and managed countless valuations for financial and tax reporting purposes, which are subject to various reporting standards that include FASB, IASB, IFRS, IRS, SEC, IACPA, and others. Other intended uses include valuations for mortgage financing, fresh start accounting, litigation support, insurable values, gift and estate tax, international tax, mark-to-market analyses, highest and best use studies, market rent studies, and others.