Attention: Short Sale Negotiators, Attorneys, Realtors, Lenders, Buyers and Sellers
Are your hard earned, arms-length transactions being cancelled because of an inexperienced or poor real estate appraiser not properly estimating the market value of the property? Realtors report that one of the biggest obstacles towards closing more transactions are bad home appraisals. Read Article
Recent regulatory changes have created a situation where the most experienced property appraisers are fleeing the industry and the void is being filled by poorly trained and inexperienced house appraisers.
If you have received a real estate appraisal that you are not satisfied with and would like a true, local real estate professional to review the residential property appraisal and provide expert knowledge that you can use in your reconsideration of value, you have found the answer. With almost 100 years of experience appraising homes in the Greater Tampa Bay area, we can help.
We will provide you with a Residential Appraisal Review (Form 2006) which is the same review form that is utilized by our bank clients. This review is very thorough and will clearly establish whether the real estate appraisal is acceptable or not. Areas examined include:
- The proper and thorough description of the subject property including a recognitions of updating, upgrades, size, and site analysis,
- Analysis of the Cost Approach including physical, functional, and external depreciation, and verification of site value.
- Analysis of Sales Comparison Approach including verification of all adjustments including location, site/view, quality/design, room count/size, amenities and math calculations.
- Analysis of supporting documents including plat map, street map, floor plan, photos, and contracts.
We review the appraisals for compliance with the Uniform Standard of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). As every licensed appraiser must perform each appraisal in compliance with USPAP you will have the information needed to demand a Reconsideration of Value and correct an erroneous appraisal.
Simply complete your contact information below, upload the appraisal, and click on send. The fee for the Appraisal Dispute is only $149. Within three days you will have your answer.
In addition to helping yourself you will be helping the real estate industry by shining a light on poor practices.
Please take the opportunity to tell us pertinent information about the property and your main concerns about the appraisal.
If you would like more information you can reach us at 813-831-9129.
Upload Appraisal and/or Photos (Zipped Files work best)