Matt Yance joined Newmark Valuation & Advisory in 2017 and currently serves as an Executive Vice President in the firm’s New York office. In this role, Yance is responsible for business development; the assignment, management, and delivery of appraisal and consulting services; training of appraisal professionals; continuing to provide outstanding service to clients; and overseeing a team of appraisers within the offices of Newmark.
Yance also serves as the National Seniors Housing Lead for the Healthcare & Seniors Housing Specialty Practice. He oversees a team of experts with an innovative, consulting-driven approach for the purpose of delivering best-in-class valuation and consulting services for all properties belonging to the Senior Housing asset class.
Yance has worked with clients on a wide variety of senior housing and healthcare property types. Yance’s consulting and valuation experience includes, but is not limited to medical office buildings, vacant land with entitlements for senior housing, freestanding and congregate senior housing assets, as well as rental and entrance fee continuing care retirement communities throughout the Country. Yance also has experience in litigation assignments, including the preparation of appraisals and providing expert witness testimony for property tax appeals.
Yance joined Newmark from Salus Valuation Group, Inc. in 2017, a national valuation firm specializing in senior housing and healthcare. In 2019, Yance relocated to Newmark’s New York world headquarters from South Florida.
Professional Affiliations and Licenses
- Candidate for Designation, Appraisal Institute
- Certified General Appraiser in the states of:
- Florida (No. RZ4073)
- Massachusetts (No. 1000120)
- New Jersey (No. 42RG00269100)
- New York (No. 46000052646)
- Pennsylvania (No. GA004505)
- Connecticut (No. RCG.0001606)
- Maryland (No. 34407)
Yance earned a Bachelor of Science degree in finance with a focus on real estate from Florida State University. He has also completed continuing education courses annually to meet state licensing requirements. He completed several real estate courses at Florida State University as well courses and seminars sponsored by the Appraisal Institute and accredited entities.