Industrial estate appraisal | Hamilton, NJ | Tighue Appraisal Group | 609-581-0100

You Can Help the Appraiser and Yourself

Don’t hesitate to provide the appraiser with any information of records that might
facilitate the appraisal process and lead to a proper value conclusion. Relevant factual
data includes… …

  •  A Survey of the House and Land.
  •  The Property Deed, which contains the legal description of the property.
  •  The Most Recent Real Estate Tax Bill
  •  A Factual Record of Recent Sales and Listings in the neighborhood, which can be verified by the appraiser.
  •   A List of Personal Property to be sold with the home.
  •   A “Brag Sheet” listing major home Improvements and upgrades, the date of their installation and their cost.

You may want to ask the appraiser some questions about the appraisal process.
Professional standards of practice prohibit appraisers from discussing the details of the
appraisal assignment with you if the appraisal was requested by your employer or the
relocation company management company. However, the appraiser can tell you what
they look for and how difference property characteristics are weighed in the analysis.

Selecting an Appraiser

You may be given an opportunity to select one or more of the appraisers recommended
by your employer or relocation firm. Even if no appraisers are recommended to you,
there is a means of identifying those who are skillful and experiences. Ask the
appraiser about his/her qualifications and expertise of your area. Try to select
appraisers that value homes frequently in your town or city. Appraisers familiar with
your area are much more likely to arrive at the eventual anticipated sales price then
appraisers outside your area.


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