Johnson Appraisal Group – Real Estate Appraisals
Johnson Appraisal Group is fully Certified to Appraise your commercial or residential real estate. With all the required certifications in multiple states not only is Johnson Appraisal Group Certified but we also have years of experience providing you with the best real estate appraisal knowledge. We work hard to get your property appraised at the correct value and ensure it is done in a timely manner. If you are looking for a real estate appraisal we are the right people for the job!
About Real Estate Appraisals
Commonly Asked Questions – Real Estate Appraisal
A real estate appraisal is a proficient appraiser’s judgment of worth.
Below are commonly asked questions about real estate appraisals.
What is the responsibility of the appraiser?
The responsibility of the appraiser is to offer impartial views about the worth of real property.
What credentials must appraisers have?
All states demand that appraisers be state licensed to offer appraisals to federally controlled creditors.
What does an appraisal look like?
Most appraisals are described in script, though in some situations, an appraiser might deliver an oral appraisal.
A written appraisal statement usually entails:
- An account of the land and its location
- An assessment of the uppermost utilization of the property
- An exploration of transactions of similar properties
- Facts concerning existing real estate activity and/or market area inclinations
What are the most vital concerns in the estimate of real estate?
- The worth specified by current sales of similar properties
- The current price of replicating or supplanting a structure
- The worth that the property’s net earning power will aid
What amenities do real estate appraisers offer?
Along with residential/commercial appraisals, contingent on an appraiser’s description and credentials – they can offer/help with some or all of the succeeding:
- Estate preparation and estate expenditures
- Tax valuation assessment and guidance
- Information in important domain and censure property dealings
- Dispute resolve – containing divorce, estate expenditures, property division suits, foreclosures, and zoning matters
- Viability reviews
- Expert witness authentication
- Market rent and inclination reports
- Price/advantage or asset inquiry
- Land use analyses
- Supply and demand reviews
When hiring an appraiser, what kinds of questions should I ask?
- What qualified descriptions do you hold and from whom?
- Are you registered or qualified in the state that you reside in?
- How long have you been an appraiser?
- What level of knowledge do you hold in this specific market and with this kind of property?
- Are you acquainted with property in this area?
- What kinds of clients have you experienced?