I am an Oregon Certified Appraiser and have been in the real estate business since January of 2004. I bring a unique perspective that many appraisers don’t have because I was a licensed Principal Real Estate Broker with a successful sales practice before I became an appraiser.
I can appraise any residentially zoned house, or 2-4 unit property in the state of Oregon. My experience with real estate organizations, Multiple Listing Services and rounded experience allow me to assist with other real estate and lending questions as well.
We specialize in the Rogue Valley area of Southern Oregon and its outlying suburbs – including Medford, Ashland, Central Point, White City, Talent, Phoenix and Jacksonville Oregon. Services are also available in Lane County Oregon, for the
towns of Eugene and Springfield, and their outlying suburbs.
The process is complex, and typically we are working on several orders. This generally means that our turn-around time can be several weeks out. However, if there are pressing timelines that require getting an appraisal done sooner, we will do our best to get you a rush time frame and to jump the queue. We try to leave room in our schedule for unexpected jobs that need a rush.
Appraisal fees vary depending on location, property type, size, use, and the requirements of the user. However, since you
clicked on this tab, we are guessing you want a general range.
The most typical residential appraisal costs $750. However a limited appraisal report could be less, and an unusual property can be considerably more. Rush time frames will add an additional cost of 20%.
Please fill out the contact form with your property address, reason for the appraisal and timeframe and we can get you a
We look at the house and property as a whole, and we look at individual features. Quality of construction, condition, and
remodeling all factor into our analysis. Generally, what we are looking for is a set of features in the home, and then how that compares to similar features in other homes that have sold recently.
Houses are rarely “Apples to Apples” comparisons, so determining which features are important is part of the process.
If your house is a “red apple”, and there are no other “red apples” in the area, we will compare it to a “red banana” and a
“green apple” to determine values.