Sactown Appraisals

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6232 Mt Rainier Dr, Sacramento, California, 95842

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(916) 743-5219


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Sacramento Real Estate Appraiser

Sacramento Real Estate Appraiser

We are a locally-owned Sacramento appraisal company that specializes exclusively in appraising residential real estate properties. We provide Sacramento appraisal service throughout the Sacramento, Placer and Yolo counties. We focus on providing excellent service which always includes quality appraisal reporting, attention to detail, and quick turnaround. We are a fully licensed and insured Certified Residential appraiser in Sacramento. We are also FHA approved. Our clients include top lender’s nationwide, local attorneys. Sactown Appraisals has excelled to the top of our field by offering great customer service, accurate appraisals and fast turnaround times. We value our clients and realize that repeat business is the key to our success.

If your looking for a Sacramento Real Estate Appraiser our size lends itself to personalized real estate appraisal service and our goal is to establish long term relationships with like minded clients. When you call us you will be speaking to a company Certified Real Estate Appraiser. License number AR033170

What does a Sacramento Real Estate Appraiser Do?
Real Estate appraisers are experts at home value estimates. Anytime you need a professional opinion of the value of your home or other real property is being used to make a significant financial decision. If you're selling your home it can help you set the most appropriate value. If you're buying, it makes sure you don't overpay. If you're engaged in an estate settlement or divorce, it ensures that property is divided fairly. A home is often the single, largest financial asset anybody owns. Knowing its true value means you can the right financial decisions.

What is the value of your home? Gathering data is one of the primary roles of an appraiser. Data can be divided into Specific and General. Specific data is gathered from the home itself. Location, condition, amenities, size and other specific data are gathered by the appraiser during an inspection.

General data is gathered from a number of sources. Sacramento real estate appraisers use Metrolist (MLS) which provides data on recently sold homes that might be used as comparables. Property tax records, assessment, assessor's maps and other public documents verify actual sales prices in the Sacramento market. Flood zone data is gathered from FEMA data outlets, such as a la mode's InterFlood product. And most importantly, the appraiser gathers general data from his or her past experience in creating appraisals for other properties in the same market.

Choosing an appraiser and deciding on the most appropriate appraiser for your specific property type and use. The precise, intuitive skills that consumers apply to most goods and services are the product of years of involvement of a Sacramento Real Estate company comparing the prices and quality of various assets. These know-hows are often lacking when it comes to real estate agreements, and are not equal when it comes to appraisers. The purchase or sale of residential real estate may be one of the biggest financial transactions a individual will ever make, so the reliability and competence of a territorial appraiser are especially crucial. Evidence and assurance of ability and practice should be a top priority to end users.

As a property appraiser we are specialists in appraising real estate properties. The state offers three categories of licenses for this profession. The licenses include the Trainee, State Certified Residential, and State Certified General categories. If you need an appraiser you will be looking for either a State Certified Residential or Certified General Appraiser license. The trainee status is an apprenticeship for a minimum of two years under a certified licensed appraiser. The trainee should not be advertising or running a business by law.

If the property were a typical residential property, the State Certified Residential Appraiser would be the minimum license to consider. If the property were a commercial property or a residential property with unusual attributes, a State-Certified General Appraiser would be the minimum license to consider. However, license alone is not a qualification. The consumer should interview the appraiser to qualify them to appraise the property. The following will address some areas to question the appraiser prior to the engagement.


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