TYPES OF APPRAISALS
When do you need an appraisal and why? There are many other times that you will need the services of a certified, licensed, independent real estate appraiser.
What happens when you get your tax bill? Ultimately, the tax assessor seems to always come in at the high end of the scale for your neighborhood. Challenging the tax assessment has become a yearly ritual for many families. Unfortunately, most people go into these challenges unarmed. They may pull some information from the internet to support their cause, but have no real basis other than: "It wasn't worth that much last year."
That is where ARIES APPRAISALS, LLC can help. We can come in and perform a limited appraisal or a neighborhood analysis. This information is just what the homeowner needs when challenging their property tax bill.
DEATH OR DIVORCE
The loss of a loved one is a difficult time in life. Likewise, a divorce can be a particularly traumatic experience. Sadly, these events are often complicated by difficult decisions. Here too, an appraiser can help. Often the first step in disposing of an estate is to understand it's true value. Where property is involved, the appraiser can help determine the true value. At this point, equitable arrangements can more easily be made among the parties.
Before you decide to sell your home, there are several decisions to be made. First is: How much do I sell my home for? Second is: What can I do to get the best price for my home? Painting, new bath, remodel the kitchen just to name a few. And most importantly is Will I get my money back when I make these improvements? Unfortunately, not all of them will have an equal effect. ARIES APPRAISALS, LLC can help with these decisions. We are independant and have no vested interest in the amount your home sells for. We offer that professional service that you can count on to make the best decision concerning your home.