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  1. How do I find the right appraiser for me?


  2. How long will it take for me to have my property appraised?


  3. Why is it necessary to have my property appraised?


  4. Who is responsible for paying for the appraisal?


  5. How accurate is an appraisal?


  6. When do I need to appraise my property?

How do I find the right appraiser for me?

Choosing the right appraiser can be difficult. That's why at Rose Appraisals we know the market area and the current real estate trends. The market can be influenced by many factors: political, economic and social. Evalutating these trends accurately is our specialty.

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How long will it take for me to have my property appraised?

Typically, an appraisal takes 48 hours. However, if needed, it can be performed in less time for a nominal fee.

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Why is it necessary to have my property appraised?

It is necessary to have an appraisal when purchasing or refinancing a home, or when there is a dispute over the value of a property. Also, a home is typically the most valuable asset one owns and, it is a good idea to be aware of it's value.

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Who is responsible for paying for the appraisal?

The client or the person who contracts with the appraiser is responsible for paying for the appraiser's services. Typically, this is the person refinancing their home, or the person purchasing the home.

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How accurate is an appraisal?

Appraising is a mixture of science and art and relies on the keen judgement and knowledge of the appraiser. At Rose Appraisals, we are experts on the markets we serve. Our appraisals are very accurate.

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When do I need to appraise my property?

An appraisal is needed for all federally related mortgage transactions, to remove private mortgage insurance, or if there is a dispute in value such as during a divorce. It is also a good idea to know the value of your home.

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