Lauri J. Maldonis

Ms. Maldonis has been engaged in the real estate appraisal profession since August 1992 as an associate appraiser, a Wisconsin Certified Residential Appraiser since September 1994, and a Wisconsin Certified General Appraiser since February 2000. She has been employed with L.A. Duesterbeck & Associates, Inc. for over 20 years. Ms. Maldonis' experience includes a range of assignments of residential and non-residential properties including industrial properties, various commercial facilities, all types of vacant land, farms, multi-family and single-family residences in Rock, Walworth, Dane and Jefferson Counties as well as other Wisconsin locations. Ms. Maldonis has had experience appraising residential subdivisions, both single-family and mixed use developments including condominium developments. Ms. Maldonis has also had experience in appraising special purpose properties such as gas station/convenience store facilities, assisted living centers, marinas, hotels/motels and schools/colleges.

Professional Affiliations/License

  • Wisconsin Certified General Appraiser #1044
  • Illinois Certified General Appraiser #553.001792


  • Summa Cum Laude Graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Stout
    • Bachelor of Science Degree, Hotel/Restaurant Management, 1990
  • Successfully completed the following Appraisal Institute Courses:
    • Courses 110 and 120, Appraisal Principles and Appraisal Procedures, in August 1993
    • Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, Part A in February 1994
    • Courses 310 and 320, Basic Income Capitalization and General Application Procedures and Techniques, in January-February 1995
    • Course 510, Advanced Income Capitalization, in December 1995
    • Course 520, Highest and Best Use Analysis, in March 2001
    • Course 710, Condemnation Appraising; Basic Principles and Applications, in July 2001
    • Course 530, Advanced Sales Comparison Approach and Cost Approach, September 2007
    • Course II540, Report Writing and Valuation Analysis, April 2010
    • Course 420, Business Practices and Ethics, in December 2010
    • Course 503GD, Advanced Concepts & Case Studies, September 2011

Ms. Maldonis also attended seminars on various topics including USPAP, subdivision analysis, multi-family accelerated processing, internet strategies for appraisers, apartment appraisal, industrial valuation, small hotel/motel valuation, leased fee analysis, special purpose properties, condemnation appraisal, appraising convenience stores, highest and best use analysis and attended various regional market symposiums.