The average cost of a residential appraisal is $375 and usually takes three business days from the time you order it until you receive the final report. The average cost of a commercial appraisal is $1,900 and takes two weeks to complete. However, every piece of real estate is unique and vary in cost & turn time. Please Call 305-792-7778 or fill out the Free Quote Request. We will research YOUR property and give you a personalize quote. For commercial appraisals, we put your assignment out for bid with several of our commercial appraisers to ensure you get the best fee and turn time. We also offer volume discounts when ordering two or more appraisals at the same time.
Step 1: Call or fill out the Free Quote Request to get your cost & turn time.
Step 2: Call or Click to make a Secure Payment once you have your cost.
Step 3: Our local Appraiser will call the contact for entry to schedule the inspection.
We stand behind our work 100% and that is why you should choose us over other companies. We are fully staffed so that we can make sure to provide you with the best customer service. This allows our appraisers to focus solely on providing you with the most accurate value for your real estate in the quickest amount of time. In addition to offering quality reports, we offer competitive pricing.
This way, we can ensure the quality and accuracy of your appraisal. We make you the priority and will work with you to answer as many questions you might have regarding your report. Let’s face it, appraisers aren’t always perfect; You may have notice something the appraiser missed and we will make sure it gets corrected.
Our knowledgeable staff will take the time to thoroughly answer all your questions and explain how our home appraisal process works. In order to provide you with the most accurate residential or commercial valuations, we only employ local appraisers from your market area. The reports that we provide are guaranteed to be accurate and fully supported. In addition, we will take the time to go over the report with you and explain how we determined the appraised value of your property.
Jan 18, 2020
Remember Lance Armstrong? How about Pamela Anderson? Of course you do. The scandal-ridden athlete and the former Baywatch lifeguard have made news again, only it’s not for the same reasons as in previous times. In this blog post, I thought I would bring you the latest celebrity real estate updates. So, sit back and enjoy…View the full report…
Jan 18, 2020
A common question I get is, “What is the difference between a desktop appraisal and a full appraisal?” I’ll be the first to say that there aren’t many differences between the desktop appraisal and the full appraisal in terms of the comparable selection and the research. However, as with any two different things, there are factors to…View the full report…
Jan 18, 2020
When I think about me or any of my local appraisers just ten years ago, walking around with notepads and measuring tape, it feels so old school! Now, of course, we’ve progressed. We use cutting edge appraisal technology to simplify our lives and to make appraisals more precise. Here’s how appraisers are using new technology and how…View the full report…