| Real estate|| 1976|
| Real estate advisory services|
John A. Kilpatrick, Ph.D., president & CEO
Seattle, Washington, United States
Economic, Market, and Valuation Analysts
Greenfield Advisors Wikipedia
Greenfield Advisors LLC is a real estate and business consulting firm headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Originally known as Mundy Associates, it was founded in 1976 by Bill Mundy, the land economist for Weyerhaeuser Corporation. In the 1980s, Mundy and his firm became internationally recognized in the real estate appraisal profession as the leading authorities on the analysis and valuation of property impacted by environmental factors. The firm was engaged by attorneys representing many of the landholders in Alaska to evaluate the impacts of the Exxon Valdez oil spill, and its research resulted in development of many of the more advanced methods widely used in the appraisal profession today. In 2007, the Appraisal Institute designated Mundy's 1992 article on "Valuation of Contaminated Property" one of the nine "Big Ideas" in the history of the valuation profession.
In 2001, John A. Kilpatrick took the helm of Mundy Associates, and in 2005 the firm was re-branded Greenfield Advisors to accommodate its substantial growth into other areas of real estate advisory services. In recent years, the firm has become widely recognized as authorities on brownfield valuation, complex litigation support, contaminated property, complex real estate investments, and appraisal standards. In recent years, Greenfield has become recognized as leading experts in the Residential Mortgage Backed Securities (RMBS) litigation.