James T. Casapulla
James T. Casapulla is a 1983 graduate of the University of Connecticut with a B.S. in Finance. He has over three decades of real estate experience with over twenty years of commercial real estate valuation services. Mr. Casapulla joined WDK in 1996 and has completed appraisal properties for our firm in 20 different states. Mr. Casapulla has developed an expertise in the analysis of golf courses and other recreation properties. Other property types appraised have included Class A offices, investment grade apartments, light industrial properties, multi-tenant retail centers, residential subdivisions, banks, marinas, ice rinks and vacant commercial and industrial land.
Marci H. Sullivan
Marci H. Sullivan is a 1989 graduate of the University of Connecticut with a B.S. in Economics and a concentration in Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies. Ms. Sullivan joined WDK in 1995 having worked in the past for other private appraisal firms as well as the Department of Transportation’s Office of Rights-Of-Way, Appraisal Division. Among the more noteworthy assignments she has been involved with the appraisal of the Ramada Inn in Norwich, Southwick at Cheshire and the New Haven Lawn Club. Marci is very capable of handling the most complicated of assignments throughout the state of Connecticut.
Matthew J. Dufour
Matthew J. Dufour is a 1997 graduate of the University of Connecticut with a B.S. in Accounting and a concentration in Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies. Mr. Dufour joined WDK in 1997 and has appraised various types of real estate, including multi-family residential, office, industrial and self-storage properties. He has developed a specialty in the valuation of affordable housing having completed numerous appraisals and market studies of proposed new construction, rehabilitation and existing properties for lenders, HUD, CHFA, local housing authorities, developers and syndicators. These assignments are generally used to assist in the financial underwriting of LIHTC properties. Additionally, Mr. Dufour has prepared appraisals of existing properties under the HUD Multifamily Accelerated Processing (MAP) program that meet the requirements outlined in Chapter 7 of the HUD MAP Guide for 221(d)(4) and 223(f) programs. Other affordable housing appraisal and consulting assignments include the completion of Rent Comparability Studies in accordance with HUD’s Section 8 Renewal Policy and Chapter 9.