What is an Appraisal?
1. Impartial analysis and evaluation conducted according to established criteria to determine the acceptability, merit, or worth of an item.
2. Evaluation by a qualified appraiser to (1) assess the current market value of a property, (2) estimate the extent of damage to an insured property and cost of repairs, or (3) determine if a total loss occurred. A written appraisal is usually a key requirement when a property is bought, sold, insured, or mortgaged. It is required also when a claim is filed for compensation for damage or destruction of the insured property. See also appraisal value.
3. Alternative term for valuation.
Types of Appraisals
Financial planning, trusts etc.
Elder care (Medicaid entitlement, etc.)
Third party ERC/Relo
Retroactive for tax basis, etc.
Replacement cost for insurance
Tax assessment Appeal
Remodel before and after
Date of Death
Types of Properties we appraise:
Multiple properties on one lot
Small income properties
For more information, you may send us a message thru our FB Page or see other contact info below:
187 Auburndale Ave, Auburndale, MA
Tel: 617-517-3711, Fax: 617-558-9999