Warren Klutz & Co.

1241 Volunteer Parkway, Suite 426

Bristol, Tennessee 37620

email: warren@warrenklutz.org


phone: 423-968-4546



Judge Charles Smith, Jr. ruled in EQT Corporation's lawsuit against Wise County, Virginia that the two parties in the dispute should use Warren Klutz's methodology for valuing approximately 600 gas wells and other gas gathering assets to assess them for ad valorem tax purposes.  This case involved approximately 630 million dollars in gas wells and other gas gathering assets.  The ruling has set Klutz's methodology as the standard for valuing gas gathering assets in the state of Virginia.



The Appraisal Institute is the world's largest publisher of appraisal textbooks, journals, and other educational materials relating to real estate appraisal with international publications translated into sevel languages.  Warren Klutz was contributing author for Applications in Litigation Valuation: A Pragmatist's Guide publised in June 2012. For more information about the book go to:





Warren Klutz is quoted in the November-December 2012 issue of Commercial Investment Real Estate magazine in an article on page 40 titled "Classic Education."  In the article, Klutz states, "I was told by an individual who had completed the CCIM course work and obtained an MBA that I would be wasting my time earning the MBA, says Klutz who earned the CCIM designation in 1981.  I now speak from my own experience. Anyone who wants to acquire the skills they need to be successful in commercial and investment real estate should go through the CCIM program."  For internet access to the entire article, go to: 




Warren Klutz is quoted in the July-August 2015 Issue of Commercial Investment Real Estate magazine in an article titled "Technology-Free-Fall."  In the article, Klutz discusses how he stays focused to accomplish tasks. For internet access to the entire article, go to: 




The National Association of Realtors bestows Realtor Emeritus status on December 16, 2016 to Warren Klutz for leadership and contributions to the organization over more than 40 continuous years.



Mr. Klutz, along with 13 other Appraisal Institute members, contributes in the development, writing, and editing of the Appraisal Institute's most recent book publication, Rural Property Valuation. The text was published in February 2017.  For more information about the book, go to:


Mr. Klutz is appointed to The Appraisal Journal review panel.  The Appraisal Journal review panel is responsible for peer review of articles submitted to The Appraisal JournalThe Appraisal Journal is the preeminent journal for the real estate appraisal profession.