Resume – CV

QUALIFICATIONS OF BRAD HEAVEY (not for designation)

PRESENT POSITION:

Principal and Owner–Brad Heavey Real Estate Appraiser & Consultant 2626 El Aguila Street Carlsbad, CA 92009 (760) 438-2498

V Realty (Cal. Broker) 2626 El Aguila Street Carlsbad, CA 92009 (760) 438-2498

APPRAISER/CONSULTANT/ EXPERT WITNESS:

Appraisal and real estate consulting, with analysis including market valuation, diminution in value, market resistance analysis, rental analysis and expert witness . General market research, appraisal for family matters including divorce, estate planning, estate purposes, property tax adjustment, PMI removal, mortgage financing. Real Estate standard of care.

PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT:

Independent Real Estate Appraiser and Consultant Associated with THE LAWRENCE GROUP, Real Estate Appraisal Services, Del Mar, CA (March 1987-February 1992)

Real Estate Sales (1977-1987) Services included residential sales, small income property sales, multi-tenant leasing, and general property management.

EDUCATION:

Real Estate Appraisal and Related Courses:

USPAP February 2011; Survey- July 2008; Risk Management-July 2008; Protecting the Fee-July 2008; Due diligence and Disclosures July 2008; USPAP – March 2008; USPAP- February 2007; Selling Income property Successfully – October 2005; USPAP – February 2005; Federal and State USPAP – February 2005; Federal and State Laws and Regulations January 2005; Real Estate Appraisal January 2005; Internet for Appraisers February 26, 2000; FHA 203K Appraisals February 25, 2000; Home Inspection – February 25, 2000; Loss Prevention – February 24, 2000; Becoming an FHA Appraiser – February 24, 2000; USPAP – September 25, 1999;Federal & State Laws – September 25, 1999; Limited Appraisal Reports October 10, 1998; Computer Applications – February 5, 1998; Cost Approach – July 1997; Homeowner’s Tax Breaks – January 1997; American Disabilities Act – January 1997; Real Estate Math – January 1997; Methods of Residential Financing – January 1997; Consensual Dual Agency – January 1997; Pricing Properties to Sell – January 1997; Tax Free Exchange of Residential Property – January 1997; USPAP – August 1996; Federal & State Laws & Regulations – August 1996; Standards of Professional Practice, Part A (1991); USD, Appraisal Institute Course 102: Applied Residential Property Valuation 1988 SREA; Advanced Real Estate Appraisal 1986 Mira Costa College; Principles and Practices of Appraisal 1986 Lincoln Graduate; Real Estate Appraisal 1978 Mira Costa College; Real Estate Practice 1977, Mira Costa College; Real Estate Principles 1972, Palomar College.

Real Estate Courses:

Selling Income property Successfully – October 2005; LLC Company for Group Investments (2004); The 1031 Reinvestment Plan (2004); Trust Funds, Fair Housing, Ethics & Agency (2004); Real Estate Escrow (1991); Real Estate Law (1991); Real Estate Finance (1990); Real Estate Investment Analysis (1985); Small Syndications That Really Work (1985); Ethics and Professional Conduct (1985); Structuring & Analyzing Seller Financing (1985); Packaging Commercial Properties (1982); Small Syndication (1981); Government and Conventional Loans (1981); Single-Family Residences and Condominiums (1981); Creative Finance; Parts I and II (1981)

ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP:

Foundation of Real Estate Appraisers – Member (1996 – 2006)

CAR, NAR, SANDICOR, MLS

APPRAISAL ASSIGNMENTS:

Properties appraised have included: Single Family, Luxury Single-Family Residences, Estate Property, Condominiums, Vacant Land, Proposed Construction, 2-4 units, over 5-units, Commercial Bank, commercial land

TERRITORY COVERED:

San Diego County, Orange County, Riverside County

ADDITIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

State of California Department of Real Estate

California Real Estate Licensee, 1977-1990

California Real Estate Broker 2000 to present

Volunteer – Meals on Wheels 1997-2002

AYSO Soccer 2002-2004

AYSO – Coach, assistant Coach; 2004 Volunteer of the year

356 Porsche Club, 356 Porsche Registry

Habitat for Humanity Blitz Build 2008

TRIAL EXPERIENCE:

Expert Witness, Superior Court, San Diego County, Orange County, Riverside County:

1990 to present;

Litigation – 1990 McDonald, Hecht & Solberg; SD Superior Court Case No. 578494- Case settled

Litigation – 2003 – Pasternak, Pasternak & Patton US District Court Case # 03-2707

Trial – Judge Joel Pressman – February 2004

Deposed January 2004 – Burkhardt & Larson – Case settled

Deposed December 2004 – Ford, Walker, Haggerty & Behar – Case settled

Arbitration December 2004 – Prudential California Realty

Arbitration April 2005 – Burkhardt & Larson

Deposed May 2005 – Dillon & Simonsen – Case settled

Deposed January 2006 – La Jolla Law Group – Case settled

Expert/Trial Experience Continued

Deposed April 2006 – Marks, Golia & Finch – Jury verdict

Deposed July 2006 – Massey, Berman *

Trial – *Case settled after dead-lock Jury (Trial February 2007)

Deposed January 2007 – White & Bright – Case settled

Deposed February 2007 – Wood, Smith, Henning – Case settled

Deposed February 2007 – Peters & Freedman

Trial – Judge Sergin – February 2007

Deposed September 2007 – Michael Hearn

Deposed September 2007- Ross, Dixon & Bell

Deposed October 2007 – Michael Newlee – Case settled

Trial – Judge Tom Nugent – March 2008

Trial – Judge Charles Margines (Orange County CA) May 2008

Deposed July 2008 – Peters & Freedman

Trial – Judge JFK (Riverside CA) July 2008

Deposed November 2008 – Dunk Law Firm

Deposed November 2008 – Dunk Law Firm

Deposed November 2008 – Miller Johnson Law

Deposed October 2009 – Saied Kashani

Deposed January 2010 – Burkhardt & Larson

Trial – Judge Dahlquist San Diego February 2010

Deposed October 2010 – Quade & Associates

LICENSE:

California Office of Real Estate Appraisers; Certified-Residential, Certificate #AR009314

California Department of Real Estate; Real Estate Broker License #00609627

DATA: Data is obtained from MLS, Public records, extensive file data base and associates active in appraising.

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