In August 2016, Nicole Urquhart-Bradley took the helm of Cushman& Wakefield's Valuation & Advisory practice for theAmericas. A 30-year veteran of the commercial real estateindustry, Nicole began her career as an associate appraiser withAppraisal Partners Inc. of Silver Spring, MD, before being hired in1992 as a senior appraiser by Legg Mason Realty Group Inc. ofBaltimore. In 1996, she joined Joseph J. Blake & Associates,serving as an assistant VP in the firm's Washington, D.C. officeand then as VP and regional manager in its Los Angeles office. Shejoined Cushman & Wakefield of Washington, D.C., Inc. in 2003and served as manager of the firm's D.C. office until mid-2004,when she was promoted to manager of the Mid-Atlantic Region. InSeptember 2009, her area of responsibility expanded to include theNortheast Region, and expanded again in 2010 to include the entireUnited States.

In August 2016, she was promoted to her current position, a rolein which she oversees 600 appraisers across 71 offices and drivesthe business objectives and activities of the group's operations.V&A offers six core services, including appraisal management,diligence advisory, dispute analysis and litigation support,financial reporting, portfolio valuation and property tax services,along with 17 asset-class practice groups. caught up with her to get some insight into what ishappening now in that world, how clients can navigate trendsand

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