An appraisal is a valuation tool used by attorneys to verify a property’s worth for dissolution of a marriage, property taxes, debt relief, bankruptcy, foreclosure, probate, land use, eminent domain, and a great deal more. They rely upon a qualified independent real estate appraiser to guide them in their decisions.
In unfortunate circumstances, including divorce, appraisals are required so that both parties involved receive a fair and impartial value so that they can focus on more crucial aspects in this difficult time. An appraisal by a qualified independent professional third party is often required by state law to settle the divorce. I and M Appraisals is an expert in the Real Estate Appraisal field. We think that it is our job to be a extension of your practice and to represent you with the finest quality service for both you and your clients. That is why we are 100% professional, always reliable, and our values are defensible. We are fully eligible to testify for your clients in a court of law should the need for litigation arise. Our appraisals are meticulous, accurate and professional. You can always expect that you will receive – reliable valuations, thorough inspections, and the best service in the Detroit Metro Area! Try us out today and learn why so many Professional Attorneys rely 100% on I and M Appraisals for their needs.
Property Tax Assessments
Challenging the tax assessment has become a necessity in many area of the country. Unfortunately, many people go into these challenges unarmed. They may pull some information from the Internet to support their claims, but have no real basis for their claims. A real estate appraiser can provide the accurate response to the question of value. While it may not be economical to commission a full appraisal to save a few hundred off your tax bill, often an appraiser can do a limited appraisal for much less, yet with the same conclusions and integrity. An appraisal from a qualified appraiser would be a step in the right direction in any dispute with your local tax assessor.
In times of loss, it is often difficult to think of the various steps that must be started resolve any outstanding monies of the deceased. An appraisal is required to establish fair market values of any real estate properties in the estate for tax filings and any presentation to multiple heirs. The aid of an appraisal is a necessity to close the estate properly.