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Here Are Some of the Different Types of Appraisals That I Specialize In
Remove PMI and Save Money!
If you want to know more about PMI (Private Mortgage Insurance), click here. PMI is an expensive ongoing monthly expense that many people can have eliminated by having this specialized appraisal done. Contact us for a personal evaluation.
Divorce appraisals are the most detailed appraisals I prepare. Because there are different parties involved, with their own interests at heart, I do more market research and analysis to ensure that the resulting appraisal is as complete and accurate as possible. Don’t settle for an ordinary appraisal!
Market valuation appraisals
If you are considering selling your home, finding the true market value will enable you to sell for a carefully analyzed price, and have a full appraisal to back it up, which can greatly help in negotiations.
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If you are involved in settling probate or dealing with tax issues, you may need a current or retrospective (a date in the past) appraisal valuation. I have extensive experience in this specialized type of appraising.
You may be able to get this appraisal for free! Contact us for more details.
Why is an Appraisal Important?
Most people don’t know very much about appraisals. Learn why are they needed, and how they can help you. There are many different types of appraisals, for many different purposes.
What makes an excellent appraisal?
Appraisals are a blend of both science and art. There are vast differences in appraisals. You need to know what those differences are and why they’re important. Check out this quick overview.
why choose us?
Working with an experienced appraiser that knows the markets is critical. An inaccurate appraisal can cost tens of thousands of dollars, and it happens every day. Learn why quality matters.