Appraisals, Home Inspections and Estimates
Whether you are buying, selling,
or financing your home, an
home inspection are
critical to understanding the real
value of your property and getting the
results you want. In addition, a
judge may rely on an appraisal or
home inspection as an
assessment of value for estate and
divorce settlement purposes or in property tax
Appraisers and Home Inspectors
It's important to use
a licensed professional appraiser
when seeking a home value estimate.
Lenders, buyers and
local courts will generally only accept the
opinion of a licensed appraiser.
Finding a local appraiser who is
licensed for your area is no longer
difficult. In fact, now it's easy
and free to
find licensed local appraisers
home inspection is a careful
analysis of the condition of your
house. This type of inspection is
often required by mortgage lenders
and homer buyers for real estate
transactions. An expert will examine your
possible problems and advise you on
any repairs needed to bring your
up to local code and lender
There are many ways you can get
estimates of your home's value
along with suggestions on how to
improve its value while lowering the
cost of owning real estate.
Appraisals for Home Insurance
determine property value for the
purpose of insuring your home.
Almost all homes have a lower
replacement cost today than
before the housing crash. A
insurance appraisal will provide
you with your home's current replacement cost and
could save you hundreds over
what you are currently paying
for home insurance.
County Property Tax and
provide appraisals that
determine how much you pay in
property taxes and can help you
determine if you are eligible
for property tax exemptions.
These appraisals are public
record and always free. Contact
your local taxing entity.