Fort Myers, Florida Appraisals
We offer appraisals in Fort Myers for residential, commercial, probate and more.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does the appraisal take?
It depends on which part of the appraisal process you are referring to: scheduling the appointment, completing the property inspection or delivering the written appraisal report.
How long is the appraisal good for?
An appraisal is based upon an effective date. Essentially, the valuation is valid as of the date of the inspection, or the date agreed upon during the scope of work and engagement. The further from this effective date, and depending on market conditions, the less accurate the valuation may be.
Does the appraisal take into account the condition of my home?
Yes. The condition of your home is an important factor in the appraisal process. As such, commonly the first step of the appraisal is an interior inspection to take note of condition, upgrades, and renovation. The overall condition of the property is a portion of the data gathering that helps the appraiser to select the most similar homes for comparison.
What are your qualifications?
Since 2005, we have conducted in excess of 5,500 individual appraisals including single-family, condominium, duplex/triplex/quadplex, vacant land, high-value, cooperative, estate, pre-marketing, and divorce appraisals. Since 2008 the total value of our appraisals completed exceed $2.2 billion. We are certified in the State of Florida, on the panel of FHA approved appraisers, and James Berry is an SRA – a Senior Residential Appraiser.
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