Certified General Appraiser, Partner
Ray Shinn’s appraisal career began in 1987 working with Conley, Kight and Boswell during the reappraisal of the State of Kansas where he appraised and reviewed work on residential, agricultural, commercial and industrial properties. In 1989 Shinn was appointed as County Appraiser of Nemaha County. During that time he hired and trained a staff of five and was responsible for updating the county values and records to those that are required by Kansas Department of Revenue.
In 1992 Shinn began work with Farm Credit Services of Northeast Kanas. Through the years he has developed the skills of appraising commercial properties with the likes of hog facilities, dairies, grain elevators, and feed mills. Shinn was also instrumental in modeling the new appraisal value range and product design. During that time he had the opportunity to mentor two trainees in agricultural and residential appraisals.
Shinn is an active member of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers and was formerly President of the Kansas chapter. He holds the General Certification in Kansas and Nebraska. In these ever-changing times, Ray is determined to stay current with the evolving appraisal rules, standards, and regulations.
Ray is currently providing appraisals in north-eastern Kansas and south-eastern Nebraska. Counties include:
Aaron Shinn, a graduate of Kansas State University, is in the process of completing his General Certification.
Aaron started his appraisal career in 2013 under Ray’s supervision. He has all necessary hours completed and is in the process of finishing his final two classes.
Aaron has recently relocated to the Kansas City area and is now focusing on agriculture and rural residential properties in eastern Kansas. He is excited for the new challenge of growing our company and becoming part of the community. Ray will review and sign all appraisals until Aaron receives certification.
Aaron is currently providing appraisals in east-central Kansas. Counties include:
Keith graduated from Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, minoring in Business.
Keith began working for the Riley County appraisers office in 2014, where he was responsible for listing and valuing all real estate in rural Riley County, as well as investigating and verifying residential sales.
He is in the process of completing the hours and curriculum in order to obtain his general certification. Ray will review and sign all appraisals until Keith receives certification.
Keith is currently providing appraisals in north-central Kansas. Counties include: