Specializing in appraisals for estate valuation, pre-listing/pre-purchase, bankruptcy, tax assessment appeal and more. We provide a variety of real estate appraisal services throughout the City of Kenosha and Kenosha County. While focusing on a limited coverage area, we are able to better understand the current local market and have the best possible working knowledge of the neighborhoods we work in.
Today’s market can be challenging. Whether you’re a homeowner selling your property on your own or a seasoned realtor trying to establish a fair list price it’s often difficult to sift through all of the market data to determine a true value for your home.
Tax Assessment Appeals
Due to the recent downturn of home prices over the past several years a large percentage of homes in the Kenosha County area are still being ‘taxed’ based on much higher property values prior to this decline. So there’s a very good chance you’re paying more than your fair share of property taxes!
Home Measurement Services
In today’s highly competitive real estate industry, there has never been a greater need for accurate reporting of a property’s true living area as all too often the gross living area reported on public records differs from what actually exists.
Settling an estate is one of those things that most people know little about until they actually go through the experience. So we hope to offer you a bit of insight into the process of estate settlement as it pertains to real estate appraisals.
Ever wonder how a bankruptcy debtor calculates the value of their home? You need to be as accurate as possible when your attorney asks you to estimate your home’s value. Often times an attorney will recommend their clients contact a local real estate appraiser to perform an appraisal on the home to accurately assess its current fair market value.
PMI Removal Appraisals
PMI, the acronym for private mortgage insurance, allows individuals to purchase their home with less than a 20% down payment. If you are paying PMI, the question you need to ask yourself is; “Is it time to stop paying monthly PMI into an escrow account and instead start putting that money into your pocket?”