Expert Residential Appraisal Services
We are currently only providing typical residential appraisal services to the Denver Metro area.
Unless the property is a ranch or very high value in which case we would consider state-wide.
Our team of residential appraisers are eager to help with whatever your appraisal needs are.
Colorado Appraisal Consultants has experience providing residential appraisal services for all primary residential property types including single-family, condo, duplex and multiple unit properties. Our services have been used by buyers, sellers, banks, attorneys and more. Read more about our company here…
We have experience providing residential appraisal services for:
– Expert Witness
– Pre-Listing Evaluation
– Pre-Purchasing Evaluation
– Dispute Resolution
– Estate Settlement (IRS)
– Foreclosure (REO)
– Internal Decision Making
– Partnership Buy-In/Buy-Out
– And more…
We provide typical residential appraisal services to the Denver/Aurora Area, including:
– Adams County
– Arapahoe County
– Boulder County (in some cases)
– Broomfield County
– Denver County
– Douglas County
– Jefferson County
View our appraisal coverage areas for additional information.
Residential Report Types
We offer all residential appraisal formats.
The Small Residential Income Property Appraisal Report Form 1025 is the most used appraisal report for 2-4 unit residential income properties including a duplex, triplex and fourplex.
We can establish value for all residential property types, including:
– Single-Family (attached and detached)
– Multi-family (5 units or more)
– Trophy property
– Luxury property
– Green property
– New/Proposed Construction
What is “UAD” (Uniform Appraisal Dataset)?
The Uniform Appraisal Dataset (UAD) was introduced by Fannie and Freddie in September 2011 to provide for even further standardization of residential appraisal reports made for all real estate loans that will be sold to Government-Sponsored Enterprises. Thus, a “UAD” appraisal report is only required if the appraisal is made in connection with a GSE loan. It is not required if the appraisal is not going to be sold to a GSE.
UAD did not introduce new appraisal forms, rather, the classification of property condition and other terms and definitions. A summary of UAD terms and condition classifications can be seen here: UAD Terms and Definitions
For consumers, the first and current phase of UAD would largely be unnoticed unless you are familiar with reading residential appraisal reports. This is because the form is still the same. If you are ordering a residential appraisal NOT in connection with a GSE loan, there is no need for a UAD report type.
Pricing and Turn-Time
The best way to understand how much an appraisal will cost for you is to complete go to the quick pricing request form.