Fees are competitive and typical of the industry. Our
turn around times are also typical, generally within 48
hours after the inspection or acceptance of
review. With the advent of the HVCC, the landscape for fee
structure has changed for all appraisers in the industry.
At Solid Impressions Appraisals, we are aware that this will create offers for our products from Appraisal Management Companies (AMCs )that differ in price. We are always interested in creating new business relationships and will evaluate all potential assignments with an understanding of today's market. For customers other than AMC's we will strive to accommodate your needs at a price that suits your budget, whenever possible.
Residential Real Estate Appraisal Company in San Jose.
We cover Santa Clara County and Alameda County.
This site contains information about our Real Estate Home Appraisal services and general Real Estate and Appraisal information.
Refinance, FHA, Estate Planning, Date of Death, Trust,
Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, Short Sale, Divorce Property
3 areas of an Appraisal
The Cost Approach
Eddie Davis is a Certified Residential Appraiser specializing in high-value and luxury properties in San Jose, Palo Alto, the East Foothills and neighborhoods throughout Santa Clara San Mateo Counties and the Bay Area..
What is an appraisal?
A home purchase is the largest single investment most people will ever make. Whether it's a primary residence, a second vacation home or an investment, the purchase of real property is a complex financial transaction that requires multiple parties to make it happen. The Realtor is the most common face of the transaction. The mortgage company provides the financial capital necessary to fund the transaction. The title company ensures that all aspects of the transaction are completed and that a clear title passes from the seller to the buyer.
So who makes sure the value of the property is in line with the amount being paid? There are too many people exposed in the real estate process to let such a transaction proceed without ensuring that the value of the property is commensurate with the amount being paid. Once purchased it is often the largest asset.
This is where the appraisal comes in. An appraisal is an unbiased estimate of what a buyer might expect to pay, or a seller might receive, for a parcel of real estate, where both buyer and seller are informed parties. To be an informed party, most people turn to a Licensed Certified professional appraiser to provide them with the most accurate estimate of the true value of their property.