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What Your Appraiser is Looking for During Your Home Appraisal

Friday, January 25th, 2019
What Your Appraiser is Looking for During Your Home Appraisal

Having your home appraised by a qualified professional is an essential part of any sale process.

Having your home appraised by a qualified professional is an essential part of any sale process. Banks and lenders require that these third-party assessments are completed to ensure the value of the home. Additionally, having the value of your home appraised can allow you to take an objective approach to make any updates and repairs long before you even consider selling. Knowing what will and what won’t increase the value of your home is invaluable knowledge that can help you avoid financial mistakes. That said, what exactly is an appraiser looking for when they visit your home?    (more…)

What Appraisers are Really Looking for in Your Home Appraisal

Friday, March 9th, 2018
What Appraisers are Really Looking for in Your Home Appraisal

While your home may already be a great investment for your potential buyer, there are many additional features that can contribute to its overall value.

One of the most stressful aspects of selling your home is often your home appraisal. Although your potential buyer may be eager to  move forward with the process, an appraisal is still required to ensure the true value of the home. Before you stress about what your future appraiser may be looking for, get a head start on preparing for your inspection to prevent any unforeseen issues with the process. (more…)

How to Boost Your Home Appraisal?

Monday, April 4th, 2016
Home appraisals

Having your home appraised is an important part of selling.

You have finally decided to sell your home and now that it is under contract, it is time to get the place appraised. A low home appraisal could mean losing thousands of dollars as well as a potential sale. So what will affect your home’s appraisal? Let’s talk about what an appraisal is and how you can improve yours. (more…)