How to choose an appraiser
Insist on your appraiser possessing a minimum of 20-years’ experience and preferably all that experience in the same market.
In this case,
- the Inland Empire – San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
Require at least a four-year university degree of your appraiser. But a four-year university degree is the starting point, not the completion. Your appraiser needs to show a commitment to continuing education and advancement. Michael Mathis has more than 5 times post university appraisal education than actual university class time.
Your appraiser must meet your deadlines but without compromising quality and accuracy. Your appraiser must be committed to continually improving the quality and accuracy of his/her work through study and the use of the most modern tools, appraisal techniques and mathematical programs.
Potential Benefits of a Wise Choice
Your potential benefits from choosing the right appraiser are:
- A better loan
- Lower tax liability
- Lower house payments
- Fairer dispute settlements
- All adding up to more cash for you
OK, that is the short version, if you are ready for a free consultation with Michael Mathis – great. If you still would like more detail to guide you in choosing the best real estate appraiser for you and your property, take an extra minute to read the BEST ANSWER. It will help you make the wisest decision possible and obtain the greatest benefits from your appraiser.