Huber & Lamb is a real estate appraisal and consulting firm.
Our experience in real estate valuation allows us to assist clients with a wide variety of needs. We have appraised real estate ranging from simple properties such as small tracts of raw land to complicated properties such as mixed use office & hotels, apartments, industrial facilities, retail malls and other properties located throughout the United States. We also provide insurance valuations for county, municipalities, utilities districts and school systems relating to real estate assets.
The principals of Huber & Lamb have been together since 1987. Since that time, our firm has completed thousands of commercial and residential appraisals.
James Lamb, MAI has an MBA from the University of Mississippi. Appraisal experience includes retail, industrial, office, multi-family, mixed-use land developments and special-purpose properties. Special-purpose property assignments include hotels, manufacturing facilities, restaurants, right-of-ways and retirement facilities. Appraisals have been utilized for mortgage loans, eminent domain, feasibility analyses, gift and estate tax, and corporate management decisions.
Attended the University of North Alabama, Fall 1977 through Spring 1979. Graduate of the University of Mississippi, BBA Banking and Finance, May, 1981; MBA Finance, August, 1982.
The Appraisal Institute, The Volunteer State Chapter; MAI Designation - Certification No. 8254.
The National Association of Realtors, Member; local affiliation - Nashville Board of Realtors.
State of Tennessee Certified General Real Estate Appraiser - Licensee #CG-557
Professional Exchange to Foreign Countries
In 1993, participated as a delegate of People to People International's Citizen Ambassador Program - Real Estate Delegation to Russia and Lithuania. Discussions focused on the privatization of real estate in these countries as they converted real estate ownership from the government to the private sector. Issues specific to this process included real estate law fundamentals, real estate tax issues, real estate valuation and attracting foreign real estate investment.
Qualified as an expert witness in several real estate court cases. Court appearances have been in Middle Tennessee, East Tennessee and West Tennessee federal bankruptcy courts. Also, Mr. Lamb has qualified as an expert in federal bankruptcy court in, Kentucky (Lexington), Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) and Georgia (Atlanta).
Mr. Lamb has appeared before Administrative Judges and the Assessment Appeals Commission of the State of Tennessee State Board of Equalization. Mr. Lamb has been a Tax Hearing Officer for Metropolitan Nashville-Davidson County for several years.
Murray W. Huber, RM
Principal, Residential Division
Murray W. Huber, RM, CRP has a BBA from the University of Mississippi (1980). He began his appraisal career in New Orleans, Louisiana. Mr. Huber moved to Middle Tennessee in 1988. Over his extensive career he has become a specialist in historic homes and large personal estates in Middle Tennessee. In addition he specializes in relocation and FHA residential appraisals.
University of Mississippi Oxford, Mississippi. Received BBA 1980
- Residential Member (RM) - Appraisal Institute Certified
- Relocation Professional (CRP) - The Employee Relocation Council
- State Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser (License #CR - 530)
- FHA Approved Appraiser
- Rotary International - Bellevue Club - President (2000 and 2004)
Scope of Appraisal Activity
Currently engaged in one to four family residential, small income properties, feasibility studies, land analysis, and condominium dwellings, being submitted for local lending and national lending, litigation cases and relocation purposes. Insurance valuations for county, municipalities, utilities districts and school systems relating to real estate assets.
Qualified as an expert witness in real estate court cases. Court appearances have been in Middle Tennessee federal bankruptcy and circuit courts. Mr. Huber has appeared before an Administrative Judge for the State of Tennessee and The Assessment Appeals Commission of The State Board of Equalization as well as the Davidson County Board of Equalization.