Born in Beaufort, South Carolina as the son of a career Marine Corp Drill Sergeant, Kent Krause grew up in the South and was transplanted in the Midwest where his father retired. After graduating high school in Independence, Missouri, Kent Krause attended and graduated from Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg, Missouri with a B.S. degree in Agriculture-Business. The University has since changed their name to the University of Central Missouri. After graduation, Kent began a long and diverse career in real estate appraisal that has also included banking finance and real estate brokerage.
Graduate Study: University of Missouri at Kansas City
Central Missouri State University - Bachelor of Science in Agriculture-Business, May 1986
Successfully completed the following Appraisal Institute courses:
Course 1A1 - Real Estate Appraisal Principles
Course 1A2 - Basic Valuation Procedures
Course 1BA - Capitalization Theory and Techniques, Part A
Course 1BB - Capitalization Theory and Techniques, Part B
Course 2-1 - Case Studies in Real Estate Valuation
Course 2-2 - Report Writing and Valuation Analysis
Course 2-3 - Standards of Professional Practice
Course 410 - Standards of Professional Practice, Part A
Course 420 - Standards of Professional Practice, Part B
Course 430 - Standards of Professional Practice, Part C
Course 550 - Advanced Applications
Course 700 - The Appraiser as an Expert Witness: Preparation and Testimony
Course 705 - Litigation Appraising: Specialized Topics and Applications
Course 800 - Separating Real and Personal Property from Intangible Business Assets
Successfully completed the following Appraisal Institute On-line courses:
- Small Hotel/Motel Valuation: Appraising the Limited-Service Lodging Facility
- Feasibility Analysis, Market Value and Investment Timing: Introducing the Impact of Option Value
- Valuation of Detrimental Conditions in Real Estate
- Appraising Convenience Stores
- Business Practices and Ethics
- Advanced Pro-Ject Training Course, Melson Technologies, Chicago, Illinois (07/95) Successfully completed the course requirements for a Kansas and Missouri Real Estate Brokers License.
Types of Engagements
Single and Multifamily Property
Residences, apartments, condominiums, garden units, townhouses, planned unit developments
Dry land and irrigated crop farms, single-family and low-density residential subdivisions, unimproved lots, acreage, planned unit developments
Hotels and motels, office buildings, financial buildings, medical buildings, restaurants, retail stores, service stations, convenience stores, shopping centers.
Cold storage facilities, manufacturing plants, truck terminals, warehouse and distribution buildings
Discounted cash flow forecasts, rate of return and yield analysis
Ad valorem tax assessments, appraisal review, IRS value-in-use, eminent domain condemnation, estate tax, leased fee-leasehold interests, mortgage loan financing, rental value
Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Maine, Wisconsin, Colorado, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Tennessee, Michigan, New York, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Maryland, Delaware, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, California and Illinois.
Banks and Saving & Loan Companies; Cash Flow & Securitized Lenders; Specialty Lenders and REITS; Major Oil Companies and Convenience Stores; Smaller Oil Companies & Jobbers; Tax Appeal Companies, Attorneys & Other Corporations, Government.
Professional & Association Memberships
Member of the Appraisal Institute (MAI) Number 11345
Missouri Real Estate Broker