Anyone who is looking to list their home for sale should get an independent, unbiased, certified appraisal.

Online sites such as Zillow can be very inaccurate and unreliable. Brokers often have their own agenda and cant be trusted while at the same time are not qualified to give fair market value.

We will appraise your property having your interests in mind with no bias. We are not affiliated with any realty group so you know you will get a neutral fair market value. With this knowledge you can then make an informed decision.

The Appraisal Process includes the following:

The Appraisal Inspection- The appraiser would come by and do a physical inspection which would include measuring the property to attain an accurate GLA (gross Living Area), Take photos of the interior/exterior, do a visual inspection to determine condition and account for any necessary repairs or updates.

Comparable Sale Selection and Adjustments- The appraiser would do a thorough market analysis of recently sold sales and available listings. 4 Comparable sales would then be chosen which are the mot similar to the subject. Adjustments would then be made for various discrepancies which include, Square footage, lot size, age, condition, room count(bed/bath), basement, heating/cooling, garage, amenities, location, style, view, obsolescence etc. The appraiser would also analyze recent market trends and determine if the subject is in a declining, stable or increasing market and then make the appropriate "time" adjustments.

Final Reconciliation-
The appraiser would then carefully analyze the pre/post adjusted sales price of the comparable(s) determine which sale(s) deserve most weight, to give the subject its most appropriate informed value.