Agri/Com Appraisals has been in business for 20+ years serving Eastern Washington, parts of Oregon and Idaho. Dick Pulis, the founder started appraising in 1961 for Federal Land Bank and Farm Credit Services. Upon retiring in January of 1996, he began his own business appraising agricultural and commercial properties. Jim McCullough joined Agri/Com in January 2004, having a strong background in farming and living in Eastern Washington his entire life he was a natural fit.

All Agri/Com Appraisal reports comply with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice as Adopted by the Appraisal Standards Board of the Appraisal Foundation. We look forward to having an opportunity to serve your appraisal needs.

Our Qualifications


Washington State Certified General Appraiser – License Number 1101891

North Idaho College, 1989-1991


American Society of Farm managers and Rural Appraisers
Fundamentals of Appraisal (A-10)
Principles of Rural Appraisal (A-20)
Advanced Rural Appraisal (A-30)
Code of Ethics & Uniform Standards of Professional Practice (A-12)
Basic Appraisal Principals (AP593/C4624)
General Appraiser Income Approach – Part I and Part II
Appraising Agricultural Land In Transition (AP1400)
Best Practices for Rural Property Appraisals
Best in Business Ethics
Key Issues of Grain Elevator Valuation
Going Concern Value and Intangible Assets
Introduction to the Valuation of Permanent Plantings
Appraisal of Water Rights

1991 – 1993 Dock Foreman – Columbia Potato – Moses Lake, Washington

1993 – 2000 Farm Manager – Columbia Potato – Moses Lake, Washington

2000 – 2004 Small Business Owner – Postal Connections, Moses Lake, Washington

2004 – Present Agri/Com Appraisals, Moses Lake, Washington

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