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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is an appraisal?

    An appraisal is a professional assessment of the value of a property, object, or asset. It provides an unbiased opinion based on extensive research and expertise.

  • Why do I need an appraisal?

    Appraisals are commonly required for various purposes, such as real estate transactions, insurance coverage, estate planning, tax assessments, divorce settlements, and more. An appraisal ensures fair and accurate valuation.

  • How long does an appraisal process take?

    The duration of an appraisal process depends on the complexity and type of property being appraised. Generally, it can take a few days to complete.

  • What factors affect the value of a property?

    Several factors impact property value, including location, size, condition, age, features, recent sales of comparable properties, economic trends, and market conditions.

  • Are you a licensed and certified appraiser?

    Yes, I am a licensed and certified appraiser. That undergoes professional, rigorous training, education, and adhere to industry standards and ethical guidelines.

  • How much does an appraisal cost?

    The cost of an appraisal varies depending on the type of property, complexity of the assignment, and other factors. We provide transparent and competitive pricing. Contact us for a quote.

  • Can you provide appraisals for legal purposes or in case of disputes?

    Yes, we specialize in providing appraisals for legal purposes, including litigation support, property tax appeals, divorce settlements, and other dispute resolutions.

  • How accurate are your appraisals?

    Our appraisals are conducted using industry-standard methods, thorough research, and extensive market analysis. While appraisals are an opinion of value, we strive for accuracy and provide reliable assessments.

  • How can I request an appraisal?

    Requesting an appraisal is easy. Simply contact us via phone or email, provide details about the property or asset you need appraised, and we’ll guide you through the process.