The role of the appraiser is to provide objective, impartial, and unbiased opinions about the value of real property—providing assistance to those who own, manage, sell, invest in, and/or lend money on the security of real estate. Appraisers assemble a series of facts, statistics, and other information regarding specific properties, analyze this data, and develop opinions of value. Each appraisal assignment challenges the appraiser’s ability to put analytical skills into practice, exercise sound judgment, and communicate effectively. (courtesy of The Appraisal Institute)
Single Family (Form 1004)
Multi (2-4) Family (Form 1025)
Vacant Land (Form Land)
Condominium (Form 1073)
Condominium Exterior (Form 1075)
Cooperative (Form 2090)
Cooperative Exterior (Form 2095)
|Drive-by (Form 2055)||$250|
Single-Unit Field Review (Form 2000)
Multi-Unit Field Review (Form 2000A)
|Appraisal Update (Form 1004D)||$100|
|Rent Schedule (Form 1007) and/or Operating Income Statement (Form 216)||$100|
*The fees noted above are for typical lender assignments. Fees for FHA, complex, unique and/or higher-end properties will be quoted on a case-by-case basis.
Our services encompass valuations for banks/lending, buying/selling, estates, divorces, bankruptcy matters, or any other reason that one would need their property valued. We are also FHA approved.
At Premier Appraisal Group, Inc., we work with you to determine which type of report is best for your property. The forms listed to the right are the most commonly used and requested forms, although there are many others not listed (contact us for more details).
Reports can be delivered in as little as 24 hours but generally take a bit longer to complete. Let us know your specific needs - we are here to work with you and provide you with the best service we can.
Types of Appraisals
Single Family Homes
2-4 Family Homes
Townhouses/Planned Unit Developments
Types of Analyses
Highest/Best Use Analysis