Employee Relocation

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Being transferred to a new location by your company is an exciting change, however it can very involved and stressful. The Appraisers at Accurate Appraisals U.S.A. understand this and are here to make the home appraisal portion of this transition as smooth and stress free as possible. We understand that you're concerned with getting the proper home valuation and will have many questions throughout the process. We are here to help answer those questions. We have outlined some of the more common questions and provided answers. We will be happy to expand on any of the answers to ensure you have a comfortable understanding to your questions.

 

The senior Appraiser at Accurate Appraisals U.S.A. has been performing Employee Relocation Appraisals since 2005 and has completed training through the Employee Relocation Counsel for this discipline.

 

Lonnie Heward (senior appraiser) has achieved the highest licensed level possible in the appraisal industry of Certified General and has been licensed in the industry since 1996. Throughout his career, he has performed appraisals of residential and commercial properties in multiple states and under a variety of market conditions. He is currently licensed in Arizona to perform appraisals.

 

Here are a few common questions you may in regards to employee relocation.

 

Do I really need an Appraiser that is familiar with ERC appraisals?

 

Yes you need an Appraiser that is familiar with ERC appraisals and preferably trained in the ERC appraisal process. Not all appraisals are the same. ERC appraisals contain components that are not included in standard lending appraisals such as forecasting to determine a future selling price. Most other appraisal types rely on historic data and are looking for a current value not a future selling price. Experience and training in this area is very important to the process.

 

How long will the appraisal take?

 

The appraisal is made up of numerous parts, some of which you will participate in others you will not. You can expect the ERC Appraiser to spend ample time at your home to thoroughly inspect and notate all aspects of your home. Many photos will be taken, these will be photos of any areas that have deferred maintenance and any areas of improvements you have done to your home. Extensive notes will be taken and any information you have prepared will be collected. Once the inspection is done the ERC Appraiser will have a thorough dialog with you (or your representative) about the property which will include the history of changes and updates. At this time the Appraiser will listen to all your questions and thoroughly answer them. Keep in mind, you can ask the Appraiser anything, they will let you know if they can answer the questions now and let you know the topics they can’t discuss with you. Your involvement in this process (the inspection) will take between 45 min to 2 hours depending on the elements of your home and the amount of discussion you wish to have with the Appraiser. The completion of the report will take a number of days; however they are typically completed within 7 days of the inspection.

 

I have received a call from another Appraiser is this normal?

 

Yes, in most cases there will be at least 2 ERC appraisals ordered on your property, this is to ensure the most accurate and consistent collection and reporting of data. The different appraisals are compared by the Relocation Company and reconciled. In many cases, additional questions are sent out to the Appraisers for further comments. If the two appraisals are significantly different a third will be ordered by the Relocation Company.

 

Will I get a copy of the appraisal?

 

Maybe. The client in most cases is the Relocation Company it will be their decision to share appraisal or the results with you. The Appraiser cannot share the appraisal with you or the content of the appraisal with you without written consent from the Relocation Company.

 

Can I give information to the Appraiser?

 

Yes, and this is encouraged. As with any appraisal the more information the Appraiser has, the more thorough report they can complete. Keep in mind you have been in your home for multiple years, the appraiser will be there for 1-2 hours, you will have far more information about your home than they can see during the inspection. In addition, you sometimes have inside information about other properties that have sold or are listed that the appraiser does not have access to.

 

You may have further questions, please ask, our staff will be happy to answer any of your questions. Test

Time is money. This is never more true than when you or your company need an appraisal of your “old” home when you’re relocating

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Being transferred to a new location by your company is an exciting change, however it can very involved and stressful. The Appraisers at Accurate Appraisals U.S.A. understand this and are here to make the home appraisal portion of this transition as smooth and stress free as possible. We understand that you're concerned with getting the proper home valuation and will have many questions throughout the process. We are here to help answer those questions. We have outlined some of the more common questions and provided answers. We will be happy to expand on any of the answers to ensure you have a comfortable understanding to your questions.

 

The senior Appraiser at Accurate Appraisals U.S.A. has been performing Employee Relocation Appraisals since 2005 and has completed training through the Employee Relocation Counsel for this discipline.

 

Lonnie Heward (senior appraiser) has achieved the highest licensed level possible in the appraisal industry of Certified General and has been licensed in the industry since 1996. Throughout his career, he has performed appraisals of residential and commercial properties in multiple states and under a variety of market conditions. He is currently licensed in Arizona to perform appraisals.

 

Here are a few common questions you may in regards to employee relocation.

 

 

Do I really need an Appraiser that is familiar with ERC appraisals?

 

Yes you need an Appraiser that is familiar with ERC appraisals and preferably trained in the ERC appraisal process. Not all appraisals are the same. ERC appraisals contain components that are not included in standard lending appraisals such as forecasting to determine a future selling price. Most other appraisal types rely on historic data and are looking for a current value not a future selling price. Experience and training in this area is very important to the process.

 

How long will the appraisal take?

 

The appraisal is made up of numerous parts, some of which you will participate in others you will not. You can expect the ERC Appraiser to spend ample time at your home to thoroughly inspect and notate all aspects of your home. Many photos will be taken, these will be photos of any areas that have deferred maintenance and any areas of improvements you have done to your home. Extensive notes will be taken and any information you have prepared will be collected. Once the inspection is done the ERC Appraiser will have a thorough dialog with you (or your representative) about the property which will include the history of changes and updates. At this time the Appraiser will listen to all your questions and thoroughly answer them. Keep in mind, you can ask the Appraiser anything, they will let you know if they can answer the questions now and let you know the topics they can’t discuss with you. Your involvement in this process (the inspection) will take between 45 min to 2 hours depending on the elements of your home and the amount of discussion you wish to have with the Appraiser. The completion of the report will take a number of days; however they are typically completed within 7 days of the inspection.

 

I have received a call from another Appraiser is this normal?

 

Yes, in most cases there will be at least 2 ERC appraisals ordered on your property, this is to ensure the most accurate and consistent collection and reporting of data. The different appraisals are compared by the Relocation Company and reconciled. In many cases, additional questions are sent out to the Appraisers for further comments. If the two appraisals are significantly different a third will be ordered by the Relocation Company.

 

Will I get a copy of the appraisal?

 

Maybe. The client in most cases is the Relocation Company it will be their decision to share appraisal or the results with you. The Appraiser cannot share the appraisal with you or the content of the appraisal with you without written consent from the Relocation Company.

 

Can I give information to the Appraiser?

 

Yes, and this is encouraged. As with any appraisal the more information the Appraiser has, the more thorough report they can complete. Keep in mind you have been in your home for multiple years, the appraiser will be there for 1-2 hours, you will have far more information about your home than they can see during the inspection. In addition, you sometimes have inside information about other properties that have sold or are listed that the appraiser does not have access to.

 

You may have further questions, please ask, our staff will be happy to answer any of your questions.

Time is money. This is never more true than when you or your company need an appraisal of your “old” home when you’re relocating

ACCURATE APPRAISALS USA

Being transferred to a new location by your company is an exciting change, however it can very involved and stressful. The Appraisers at Accurate Appraisals U.S.A. understand this and are here to make the home appraisal portion of this transition as smooth and stress free as possible. We understand that you're concerned with getting the proper home valuation and will have many questions throughout the process. We are here to help answer those questions. We have outlined some of the more common questions and provided answers. We will be happy to expand on any of the answers to ensure you have a comfortable understanding to your questions.

 

The senior Appraiser at Accurate Appraisals U.S.A. has been performing Employee Relocation Appraisals since 2005 and has completed training through the Employee Relocation Counsel for this discipline.

 

Lonnie Heward (senior appraiser) has achieved the highest licensed level possible in the appraisal industry of Certified General and has been licensed in the industry since 1996. Throughout his career, he has performed appraisals of residential and commercial properties in multiple states and under a variety of market conditions. He is currently licensed in Arizona to perform appraisals.

 

Here are a few common questions you may in regards to employee relocation.

 

 

Do I really need an Appraiser that is familiar with ERC appraisals?

 

Yes you need an Appraiser that is familiar with ERC appraisals and preferably trained in the ERC appraisal process. Not all appraisals are the same. ERC appraisals contain components that are not included in standard lending appraisals such as forecasting to determine a future selling price. Most other appraisal types rely on historic data and are looking for a current value not a future selling price. Experience and training in this area is very important to the process.

 

How long will the appraisal take?

 

The appraisal is made up of numerous parts, some of which you will participate in others you will not. You can expect the ERC Appraiser to spend ample time at your home to thoroughly inspect and notate all aspects of your home. Many photos will be taken, these will be photos of any areas that have deferred maintenance and any areas of improvements you have done to your home. Extensive notes will be taken and any information you have prepared will be collected. Once the inspection is done the ERC Appraiser will have a thorough dialog with you (or your representative) about the property which will include the history of changes and updates. At this time the Appraiser will listen to all your questions and thoroughly answer them. Keep in mind, you can ask the Appraiser anything, they will let you know if they can answer the questions now and let you know the topics they can’t discuss with you. Your involvement in this process (the inspection) will take between 45 min to 2 hours depending on the elements of your home and the amount of discussion you wish to have with the Appraiser. The completion of the report will take a number of days; however they are typically completed within 7 days of the inspection.

 

I have received a call from another Appraiser is this normal?

 

Yes, in most cases there will be at least 2 ERC appraisals ordered on your property, this is to ensure the most accurate and consistent collection and reporting of data. The different appraisals are compared by the Relocation Company and reconciled. In many cases, additional questions are sent out to the Appraisers for further comments. If the two appraisals are significantly different a third will be ordered by the Relocation Company.

 

Will I get a copy of the appraisal?

 

Maybe. The client in most cases is the Relocation Company it will be their decision to share appraisal or the results with you. The Appraiser cannot share the appraisal with you or the content of the appraisal with you without written consent from the Relocation Company.

 

Can I give information to the Appraiser?

 

Yes, and this is encouraged. As with any appraisal the more information the Appraiser has, the more thorough report they can complete. Keep in mind you have been in your home for multiple years, the appraiser will be there for 1-2 hours, you will have far more information about your home than they can see during the inspection. In addition, you sometimes have inside information about other properties that have sold or are listed that the appraiser does not have access to.

 

You may have further questions, please ask, our staff will be happy to answer any of your questions.

Time is money. This is never more true than when you or your company need an appraisal of your “old” home when you’re relocating

ACCURATE APPRAISALS USA

Time is money. This is never more true than when you or your company need an appraisal of your “old” home when you’re relocating

Being transferred to a new location by your company is an exciting change, however it can very involved and stressful. The Appraisers at Accurate Appraisals U.S.A. understand this and are here to make the home appraisal portion of this transition as smooth and stress free as possible. We understand that you're concerned with getting the proper home valuation and will have many questions throughout the process. We are here to help answer those questions. We have outlined some of the more common questions and provided answers. We will be happy to expand on any of the answers to ensure you have a comfortable understanding to your questions.

 

The senior Appraiser at Accurate Appraisals U.S.A. has been performing Employee Relocation Appraisals since 2005 and has completed training through the Employee Relocation Counsel for this discipline.

 

Lonnie Heward (senior appraiser) has achieved the highest licensed level possible in the appraisal industry of Certified General and has been licensed in the industry since 1996. Throughout his career, he has performed appraisals of residential and commercial properties in multiple states and under a variety of market conditions. He is currently licensed in Arizona to perform appraisals.

 

Here are a few common questions you may in regards to employee relocation.

 

 

Do I really need an Appraiser that is familiar with ERC appraisals?

 

Yes you need an Appraiser that is familiar with ERC appraisals and preferably trained in the ERC appraisal process. Not all appraisals are the same. ERC appraisals contain components that are not included in standard lending appraisals such as forecasting to determine a future selling price. Most other appraisal types rely on historic data and are looking for a current value not a future selling price. Experience and training in this area is very important to the process.

 

How long will the appraisal take?

 

The appraisal is made up of numerous parts, some of which you will participate in others you will not. You can expect the ERC Appraiser to spend ample time at your home to thoroughly inspect and notate all aspects of your home. Many photos will be taken, these will be photos of any areas that have deferred maintenance and any areas of improvements you have done to your home. Extensive notes will be taken and any information you have prepared will be collected. Once the inspection is done the ERC Appraiser will have a thorough dialog with you (or your representative) about the property which will include the history of changes and updates. At this time the Appraiser will listen to all your questions and thoroughly answer them. Keep in mind, you can ask the Appraiser anything, they will let you know if they can answer the questions now and let you know the topics they can’t discuss with you. Your involvement in this process (the inspection) will take between 45 min to 2 hours depending on the elements of your home and the amount of discussion you wish to have with the Appraiser. The completion of the report will take a number of days; however they are typically completed within 7 days of the inspection.

 

I have received a call from another Appraiser is this normal?

 

Yes, in most cases there will be at least 2 ERC appraisals ordered on your property, this is to ensure the most accurate and consistent collection and reporting of data. The different appraisals are compared by the Relocation Company and reconciled. In many cases, additional questions are sent out to the Appraisers for further comments. If the two appraisals are significantly different a third will be ordered by the Relocation Company.

 

Will I get a copy of the appraisal?

 

Maybe. The client in most cases is the Relocation Company it will be their decision to share appraisal or the results with you. The Appraiser cannot share the appraisal with you or the content of the appraisal with you without written consent from the Relocation Company.

 

Can I give information to the Appraiser?

 

Yes, and this is encouraged. As with any appraisal the more information the Appraiser has, the more thorough report they can complete. Keep in mind you have been in your home for multiple years, the appraiser will be there for 1-2 hours, you will have far more information about your home than they can see during the inspection. In addition, you sometimes have inside information about other properties that have sold or are listed that the appraiser does not have access to.

 

You may have further questions, please ask, our staff will be happy to answer any of your questions.

© 2017 Accurate Appraisals USA     Site designed by: Creative Admark

ACCURATE APPRAISALS USA

Time is money. This is never more true than when you or your company need an appraisal of your “old” home when you’re relocating

Being transferred to a new location by your company is an exciting change, however it can very involved and stressful. The Appraisers at Accurate Appraisals U.S.A. understand this and are here to make the home appraisal portion of this transition as smooth and stress free as possible. We understand that you're concerned with getting the proper home valuation and will have many questions throughout the process. We are here to help answer those questions. We have outlined some of the more common questions and provided answers. We will be happy to expand on any of the answers to ensure you have a comfortable understanding to your questions.

 

The senior Appraiser at Accurate Appraisals U.S.A. has been performing Employee Relocation Appraisals since 2005 and has completed training through the Employee Relocation Counsel for this discipline.

 

Lonnie Heward (senior appraiser) has achieved the highest licensed level possible in the appraisal industry of Certified General and has been licensed in the industry since 1996. Throughout his career, he has performed appraisals of residential and commercial properties in multiple states and under a variety of market conditions. He is currently licensed in Arizona to perform appraisals. .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are a few common questions you may in regards to employee relocation.

 

Here are a few common questions you may in regards to employee relocation.

 

 

Do I really need an Appraiser that is familiar with ERC appraisals?

 

Yes you need an Appraiser that is familiar with ERC appraisals and preferably trained in the ERC appraisal process. Not all appraisals are the same. ERC appraisals contain components that are not included in standard lending appraisals such as forecasting to determine a future selling price. Most other appraisal types rely on historic data and are looking for a current value not a future selling price. Experience and training in this area is very important to the process.

 

How long will the appraisal take?

 

The appraisal is made up of numerous parts, some of which you will participate in others you will not. You can expect the ERC Appraiser to spend ample time at your home to thoroughly inspect and notate all aspects of your home. Many photos will be taken, these will be photos of any areas that have deferred maintenance and any areas of improvements you have done to your home. Extensive notes will be taken and any information you have prepared will be collected. Once the inspection is done the ERC Appraiser will have a thorough dialog with you (or your representative) about the property which will include the history of changes and updates. At this time the Appraiser will listen to all your questions and thoroughly answer them. Keep in mind, you can ask the Appraiser anything, they will let you know if they can answer the questions now and let you know the topics they can’t discuss with you. Your involvement in this process (the inspection) will take between 45 min to 2 hours depending on the elements of your home and the amount of discussion you wish to have with the Appraiser. The completion of the report will take a number of days; however they are typically completed within 7 days of the inspection.

 

I have received a call from another Appraiser is this normal?

 

Yes, in most cases there will be at least 2 ERC appraisals ordered on your property, this is to ensure the most accurate and consistent collection and reporting of data. The different appraisals are compared by the Relocation Company and reconciled. In many cases, additional questions are sent out to the Appraisers for further comments. If the two appraisals are significantly different a third will be ordered by the Relocation Company.

 

Will I get a copy of the appraisal?

 

Maybe. The client in most cases is the Relocation Company it will be their decision to share appraisal or the results with you. The Appraiser cannot share the appraisal with you or the content of the appraisal with you without written consent from the Relocation Company.

 

Can I give information to the Appraiser?

 

Yes, and this is encouraged. As with any appraisal the more information the Appraiser has, the more thorough report they can complete. Keep in mind you have been in your home for multiple years, the appraiser will be there for 1-2 hours, you will have far more information about your home than they can see during the inspection. In addition, you sometimes have inside information about other properties that have sold or are listed that the appraiser does not have access to.

 

You may have further questions, please ask, our staff will be happy to answer any of your questions.

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