Tyson’s first real estate investment was a vacant parcel of land in 2005 when “you couldn’t lose” in the real estate market. This first acquisition became the impetus for a career in real estate brokerage, commercial appraisal, assessment appeal, property investment, and property management.
Tyson’s “hands-on” education in real estate began with laying mulch, tearing off roofs, painting, and other laborious activities in the middle school and high school years along with enlisting in the Army National Guard in his senior year of high school and later cross-training into the Wisconsin Air National Guard for a stint with the military that lasted more than 8 years.
Tyson's formal education began at UW-Whitewater under the guidance and direction of Dr. Howard Olson; Professor Emeritus at University of Wisconsin Whitewater and a student of the famous James A. Grasskamp.
Upon Graduation from UW-Whitewater Tyson transitioned his internship status to full-time employment with an established commercial real estate appraisal firm and later transitioned to another employer to gain additional insight for real estate appraisal, brokerage and investment.
In 2010, Tyson was called up for active duty with the United States Air Force, and while being deployed he was able to coordinate the purchase of his first real estate investment with his first and continued current business partner. Upon his honorable discharge form the military, Tyson started his own commercial real estate appraisal company and later expanded into real estate brokerage, assessment appeal, and property acquisition.
Numerous investment opportunities for Tyson came to follow, as the real estate market continued to be depressed, with the acquisition of a farm, a multiple-unit rental property, the acquisition of his appraisal office headquarters, speculative out-of-state investments and the development of a self-storage facility.
Many acquisitions were sought after over the years for the financial gain from the sheer determination of sweat equity, tenacity, and grit with properties being purchased from banks, distressed sellers, failed partnerships and off-market transactions.
Currently, Tyson is working with others to help them achieve financial freedom through the selective investments of cash-flowing, income-generating assets.
Lead Investor and Advisor Tyson Hall had the fortunate experience of being exposed to hard work and real estate investments at an early age. Tyson grew up on a family farm on most weekends and summers in his childhood years. When not in school, he spent weekdays at the family lumber business and helping collect change from the washers and dryers of the apartments his Grandfather owned.
Tyson Hall has continued to prove to us that he is more concerned with the clients' needs than his own personal benefit - he has always had our best interest in mind.
We had a great experience working with Tyson. He provided honest answers to all of our questions….
Tyson is the best! I reached out to him for help and he responded immediately and came through. He is awesome.
Highly knowledgeable, generous with sharing experience, information and resources, easy to talk to, and so much more…
Working with Tyson Hall of Masters-Hall Appraisal was a joy!
He was very professional and efficient….
I found him to be very honest, competent, knowledgeable and helpful….
Tyson Hall is attentive, knowledgeable, professional and enthusiastic. He has gone out of his way to give us the best service ever, far surpassing our expectations.
Tyson goes above and beyond for his tenants and anything we needed was always either addressed or resolved in a timely manner! If we ever moved back to the area we would certainly try to reconnect to buy property.
I found Tyson to be very personable and extremely knowledgeable in self storage facilities. We spent quite a bit of time discussing the valuation process and he answered all my questions completely.