Property Valuation

Property valuation, real estate valuation or real estate appraisal is the procedure of establishing an assessment of value, usually for real estate. Real estate investments often need appraisals as they occur rarely and each property is individual, unlike shares, that are traded daily in the stock market. Real estate is a specialized field, as most properties, whether residential or commercial, are bought and sold on a contract basis and are bought and sold according to an agreed upon price. These terms include purchase price, commission, rent, and all other costs associated with the transaction. The purpose of the appraisal is to establish the value of a particular property, so that a party who has purchased the property can make sure that the agreed price was paid for it.

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Although there are some people who have a great deal of experience to valuate real estate, most property appraisers are not trained in the fields of finance, taxation, and accounting and therefore cannot properly and accurately estimate property values. An experienced real estate agent should be hired to assess properties for you, and he will also carry out negotiations between the parties involved to determine an agreed upon value of the property.

The appraisal process involves several steps. First, the buyer contacts the seller, offering to pay the seller what is known as the “overall asking price” (AIS) of the property. Then the buyer’s offer is submitted to the seller and then to a qualified appraiser, who is known as the “assessor”. After the agreement has been made by both the parties involved, the appraisal process is completed.

Appraisers are generally licensed appraisers who are bonded and insured by the state. If the appraiser determines that the offered price for the property was indeed the highest possible value, the real estate agency, or the property owner, pays the appraiser the appraised amount. In cases where an offer is not acceptable, the appraiser will issue a notice of default. The sale of the property will occur only if the offer or default is withdrawn or reduced by the appraiser.

A large portion of the real estate investors’ capital comes from real estate loans. Some of these loans require collateral, whereas other loans do not. One of the easiest ways to get a property loan for an investment property that does not require collateral is by purchasing an existing structure and then adding on to it by adding more living space or a garage. {or perhaps a room added to theĀ home. {or sometimes even by adding on a storage facility such as a warehouse. {or a store room in an apartment complex. {or a storage building. The new home is used to add living space and then the new storage facility is added to increase the home’s total square footage, thus increasing the equity in the home. {and thus increasing its value. This type of a “fixer ue” plan works well for investors who want to purchase an older home, as it allows them to add on living space with the property, then later add on to the property when they have additional cash to pay for the building.

If you are an investor, it is important to employ a real estate agent or a real estate company to assist you in the purchase and selling of your home. They have many resources and tools available to help you in the property buying and selling process.

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