The following price list is not an appraisal quote but rather a general guideline regarding the cost one can anticipate spending for typical residential appraisal assignments. Please call for a property specific quote.
These two forms are used for the valuation of single-family detached and attached real estate. The 1004 Form is UAD compliant and used for appraisals obtained for financing, while the G-PAR form is intended for other non-finance related uses such a divorce, probate, or listing.
These two forms are used for the valuation of single-family detached and attached properties. The 1073 Form is UAD compliant used for appraisals obtained for financing, while the GP Condo form is intended for other non-finance related uses such a divorce, probate, or listing.
These two form are designed for low-density multifamily real estate such as a duplex, triplex, or quadruplex. Unlike the single-family forms, these forms place heavy emphasis on the income approach to value in addition to the sales comparison approach. The 1025 Form is UAD compliant and used for appraisals obtained for financing, while the GP Condo form is intended for other non-finance related uses such as divorce, probate, or listing.
Depending on the purpose and complexity of the assignment, vacant land such as a residential subdivision lot or a rural estate tract can often be valued utilizing a general purpose land form.
A restricted use report states rather than summarizes information. It is a very brief report (only to be used by a person knowledgeable about real estate for internal decision making. It is generally limited to one approach to value and should only be used for non-complex assignments. This report can only have one intended user. As such, it is not appropriate for financing, divorce, probate, or any other assignment that requires listing more than one intended user.
The following forms may be added to or purchased separately from the standard appraisal forms listed above.
Our market conditions reports are prepared with Titan Analytics. This form is already included in the price of a residential appraisal report but can be ordered separately for a lesser fee. This report provides a snap shot of market conditions in a specific market area based on data collected and filtered by the appraiser. This form can be used as marketing tool for real estate agents or may assist investors with decision making without a property specific appraisal.
This form can be added to an appraisal of a single family home or condominium that is being purchased as an investment property. This type of analysis is already included in the multifamily form reports.
This form can be added to any appraisal assignment that involves an investment property.
Commercial appraisal reports vary greatly in format and depth depending on many factors including the property type, the intended use and intended user of the appraisal report, the needs of the client, and the overall scope of work for the assignment. As such, it is best to contact us directly for a property specific quote.