When a loan is involved, the appraiser is chosen randomly from a pool. When an appraisal is turned in, it goes through an audit process with a management company. In theory, appraisers are supposed to be unbiased.

There are two kinds of appraisals: refinance and purchase. A refinance appraisal doesn’t account for the value you want, but a purchase appraisal requires a look at the purchase agreement.

These days, in either case, an appraiser is not afraid to appraise your home short. That’s why it’s important to understand the steps an appraiser takes. Here is what an appraiser actually does:

 

1. Inspects the property. Take measurements and photographs of your property. 

2. Compares similar homes. An appraiser looks at similar properties to determine the value of yours.

3. Makes adjustments to:

          Date of sale time 

          Location

           Site

          View

         Design

         Construction quality

       Condition age

        Square footage

          And more 

When you work with our team, we have banking experience and knowledge of how the appraisal process works. Don’t find yourself in a contract that won’t appraise! We can help you save time and money. call us NOW at Nevada Realty Connection-7023787228