Denver's #1 Rated Appraisal Company

Denver’s #1 Rated Appraisal Company

Appraisal Ordering & Pricing Information

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Once the proposal is electronically accepted we will schedule the property inspection and complete the appraisal.

Appraisal Pricing

Appraisal pricing is based on:

(1) The report type; (2) The assignment type; (3) The subject property; (4) The valuation scenario(s).

Due to the unique nature of real estate valuation, it is not possible to provide pricing without knowing these parameters.

The quickest and easiest way to get pricing for your appraisal needs is to fill out our brief pricing request form below.

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Certified

All appraisals are certified by a professionally licensed appraiser.

Technology

Our appraisals use cutting-edge technology to delivery the most pertinent data available. All commercial appraisals performed by our company are done on our own proprietary templates. Our proprietary reports integrate more sophisticated technical analyses into the valuation than what most other firms offer. Our appraisals have a better ‘look and feel’ than an appraisal completed on generic appraisal software, making them easier to read and understand.

Commercial Appraisal Report Types

We offer three report types. All appraisals are “complete” appraisals and include a certification of value. The main differences are in the amount of details presented within the report. In addition to the valuation of the property, appraisals are commonly used as reference points for the property at a given point in time. Keep in mind that with more/less details in the report, the appraisal will be more/less useful as a reference for the property and market. All of our report types are “narrative” style appraisal reports meaning that they are not made from pre-made forms.

A Comprehensive Appraisal Report contains an extensive amount of detail. This report is considered a comprehensive overview of the subject property and valuation. Comprehensive reports can be most appropriate for lending, litigation, partnership dissolution, or when the users of the report desire a comprehensive view of the property and market. This is the most commonly ordered report for commercial properties.

A Summary Appraisal Report contains a moderate amount of detail. This report is considered a summary of the subject property and valuation. Legally, it can be used for any situation. Our summary appraisal reports tend to be more detailed and have more analyses than most other appraisal firms. This is the second most commonly ordered report for commercial properties.

A Restricted Appraisal Report contains an extremely limited amount of detail and is directed towards reporting the value conclusion only. This report is considered a very limited report. As a result, it can legally only be relied on by one party, which is the client. It cannot be used for lending, or where more than one party must rely on the results of the appraisal. It is most appropriate if the user ordering the report is already familiar with the subject property and only wants a value for internal decision-making. We only offer this report type in select situations.

Residential Appraisal Report Types

Most residential appraisals are considered “Appraisal Reports” by USPAP, the standards that generally govern appraisal practice. Most residential appraisals are done on a Uniform Residential Appraisal Report (URAR) Form 1004. In addition to the base form shown here, these reports include some other things like pictures and maps. In some cases, we offer narrative style residential reports. These are generally more time consuming to produce and have a higher price. There are many other “form” reports used in the residential appraisal industry such as an exterior-only or desktop appraisals, but these are not commonly used by typical consumers because they lack a property inspection and are not as reliable.