Splendora HOME APPRAISAL SERVICES
Real Estate Appraisers in Splendora Texas
Our state licensed home appraisers provide residential and commercial appraisal services throughout the Houston market area for both independent usage and mortgage needs. Our mission is to provide our clients with a quick, reliable and professional appraisal report that meets or exceeds their expectations and requirements for use. We have some of the lowest appraisal costs in the area and are known for delivering completed assignments faster than the typical appraisers.
We only employ appraisers that are local to the Houston area and familiar with its various markets. Our staff is capable of completing assignments for residential, commercial or mixed-use properties. For commercial assignments we only employ Texas Certified General appraisers with at least 10 years of experience in the Houston market.
We take pride in offering real estate appraisal services for any need including lending, private use, insurance and legal issues. Whether you’re a homeowner or an industry pros, we take pride in providing a courteous and reliable service. If you’d need to go over your appraisal needs in more detail please contact us via the number on this site or the online contact form found above.
Getting scheduled is simple! Just complete the web quote request form or phone our number above and one of our residential real estate appraiser in Houston will be ready to help you with your appraisal needs.
Splendora Property Appraisals For:
- Mortgage Loans & Refinancing
- Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOC)
- Divorce and Asset Division
- Settling an Estate or Probate
- Estate & Financial Planning
- Protesting Property Taxes
- Removing Private Mortgage Insurance
- For Sale by Owner (FSBO)
- Insurance Issues
- Other Private Uses
Our Splendora Appraisers Work With:
- Cash Buyers
- Homeowners or Private Parties
- Brokers and Realtors
- Real Estate Investors
- Lending Institutions
- Local Banks and Credit Unions
- Mortgage Companies
- Estate Executors & Heirs
- Trustees, Devisees & Beneficiaries
- Law Firms
RESIDENTIAL APPRAISAL SERVICES
COMMERCIAL APPRAISAL SERVICES
WHAT'S THE APPRAISAL PROCESS?
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What records will the appraiser generally look at?
In rare situations a property appraiser may need records that only the customer has access to, but for the average appraisal there isn’t anything the appraiser should need to complete the assignment. If the appraisal is in relation to a purchase, your appraiser will request to look at a copy of the sales agreement for the house. Certain sales conditions such as concessions and allowances will need to be verified by the appraiser. You appraiser could also be assisted by any of the following papers: A home survey that details all structures. A deed or title report showing the legal description. An inventory of personal property to be included in the sale with the property if applicable. An inventory of upgrades and improvements made in the last five years. A copy of the original building plans& specifications is another items that is almost always useful to an appraiser.
Will buying the largest property in the neighborhood cause my value to be less?
Possibly, possibly not. The appraiser will look over all pertinent sales information in the area. Upon assessing other recent sales, an appraiser will usually search for the homes most comparable to yours in terms of physical attributes and the appeal of the area. If your property is not just the biggest, but displays more updates as well, then you almost certainly experience a reduced value on those features. Though it is extreme, a property appraiser could also decide that the sales in your neighborhood might not make for the greatest comparisons if those houses are notably less desirable.
What actions will a real estate appraiser take when evaluating my home?
Usually, house appraisers will gather as much data as they can find on on size, quality, and condition of the outside of the home before entering the property. Permanent fixtures such as granite counters, marble floors, new sinks, and lighting are given more impact in an appraisal because they are fixed to the home. This information will help to assist the appraiser throughout the valuing and comparison process. The appraiser calculates the square footage (GLA - gross living area), by measuring the outside of the house. Open stairwell spaces to a second floor, as well as staircases that supply no storage below are illustrations of non-living areas that appraisers must remove from the total GLA.
FAST, ACCURATE & RELIABLE REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS
Our philosophy is to provide a fast, accurate and effective appraisal report that serves our clients needs exactly. Furthermore, we try and help all of our clients understand the "mystery" behind the appraisal process so that they may better understand what we do as appraisers. For that reason we have created this website to serve as a resource full of useful information for home owners and real estate professionals alike.
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We’ve Worked with Real Estate Professionals and Private Clients Throughout the Greater Houston Area Since 2005.