Who We Are

William T. Whiting, Jr.

William T. Whiting, Jr. is this office's technical guru. A good appraisal requires good data. Tom is expert at unearthing important data, often through the Internet, for a subject property or a comparable sale. Tom specializes in the valuation of apartments and industrials. Tom operates the Baseline Map and Model for industrial property valuation, adding more than a hundred comparable industrial sales to the model each year and "crunching" them in an equation that applies multiple regression analysis. The result is an ability to gain a quick "read" on the value of an industrial property anywhere in Greater Boston. Tom lives in Lowell with his wife and two children. He is an accomplished artist, working with paint on canvas and with ceramics.

Jeffrey S. Garner

Jeffrey S. Garner brings an architect's design sense to appraisal. Jeff's ability to break down the function of a site and building is important to his analysis of real estate. Jeff's work load includes numerous valuations in the retail and apartment sectors. Jeff specializes in the valuation of gas stations and churches. His work with developers and operators of SROs, or rooming houses, has given him a background in the regulatory and financing environment in which these properties operate. His analysis of the "state of the art" of SRO design is seen in "SROs" in the Spring, 2004 issue of this newsletter. Jeff lives in Brookline with his wife and their daughter. Jeff is an ardent Red Sox fan and can jump on the T to be at the park whenever the Sox need him.

Eric T. Reenstierna, MAI

Eric T. Reenstierna, MAI is the voice of experience at this office. He learned appraisal from his father and his brother, Donald, and has more than 30 years' background in the field. Eric has taught appraisal, has served on local and national committees of the Appraisal Institute, and has written articles for The Appraisal Journal. He won the Institute's Armstrong Award for Best Article for "Risk Assessment." His comments on the re-use of churches have appeared recently in news stories nationwide. Eric handles a broad range of commercial valuation assignments. He specializes in the appraisal of schools and non-profit facilities as well as valuation in unusual and unique situations. Eric has two grown children and lives with his wife in Newton. He likes to write articles and short stories, as well as appraisals. He is a dedicated conservationist and helped this year to save Newton's last working farm.




The Reenstierna Associates Report is published as a service to the clients of Eric Reenstierna Associates and other real estate professionals. The views expressed are those of the articles' authors and do not necessarily reflect those of other members of the organization. Copyright 2005. All rights reserved.

Eric Reenstierna Associates
24 Thorndike Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02141
(617) 577-0096

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