“Strive not to be a success but rather to be of value.”
– Albert Einstein
Caroline Kiernan has been working in property valuation since 2014, with a robust background in quantitative research and data analysis for the resolution of real estate issues of value, damages, environmental impacts, and econometrics.
Caroline’s career in real estate valuation began in the Florida Office of Tax Research, where she was tasked with the duties of performing impact analysis on proposed legislation and assisting in the development of forecasts for the revenues. Her experience working for the Florida Office of Tax Research exposed Caroline to the unique challenges of the public sector. Since then, Caroline has worked with UEI and has strived to leave no questions unanswered in her research. As a highly skilled analyst, Caroline has demonstrated capability in regression analysis for real estate proposal and completed valuation assignments to guide a wide portfolio of end-clients in many industries, including national home builders, government agencies, and eminent-domain lawyers.
Caroline is originally from Pinellas County, Florida, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude from Palm Harbor University High School. She would move on to attend Florida State University to earn her Bachelor’s of Science in Mathematics and Master’s in Applied Economics. Since 2015, Caroline has been a part of the UEI team in the Tampa Bay Area as a Real Estate Economist Associate.