Jack P. Friedman, a litigation support real estate consultant, holds
BBA, MBA and Ph.D. degrees. Formerly a professor at three major
universities over more than 20 years, Jack Friedman pioneered the
development of computerized real estate investment analysis, and has
remained a leader in income-property real estate appraisal and
investment analysis as a consultant.
Areas of Expertise
Real Estate Economics, Valuation, Condemnation, Leaseholds, Damages
Analysis of Lost Profits, Real Estate Securitization (Syndication,
Limited Partnerships, REITs, Mortgage Securities, Stocks), Real Estate
Finance, Pension Fund/Institutional Investment, Property Analysis,
Appraisal, Lender Liability.
BBA, MBA, Ph.D.
CPA, ABV, MAI, ASA, CRE, FRICS, CFF, CGMA, SRA
Former chair professor, Department of Finance, Texas A&M University;
and Head of Research Division, Texas Real Estate Research Center, Texas
A&M University. Other positions at Deloitte & Touche, University of
Texas at Arlington, Author of 200 articles and 20 books, including
internationally acclaimed Encyclopedia of Investments; Income
Property Appraisal & Analysis (Prentice-Hall), the official text of
the American Society of Appraisers; and four best sellers published by
Barron’s: Real Estate Handbook, Real Estate Dictionary, Dictionary of
Business Terms, and Dictionary of Tax Terms. More than one
million copies sold.
Provides economic analysis and testimony on behalf of plaintiffs,
defendants, and public interest.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CPA)
American Society of Appraisers (ASA)
Appraisal Institute (MAI)
Counselors of Real Estate (CRE)
State-Certified General Appraiser in TX, FL, IL, others
Real Estate Educators Association
American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association
Fellow, Homer Hoyt Institute
Appraiser Qualification Board Member, 1999-2001
Fellow of Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS)