Twin Cities estate appraisal experts
Losing a loved one is difficult
We can help with the estate
The death of a loved one is painful, no matter the circumstances.
Let me start by saying I’m sorry.
In addition to dealing with the loss of someone close, you now must settle their estate.
So here’s what you need to know…
The estate appraisal is a well-supported, professional report that will give the actual market value as of the date of death of the of owner.
To help with an estate appraisal (also called a retrospective appraisal), you may need to provide records such as a deed, inspection records or photos that can help prove the condition of the home at the time of death.
Get an estate Appraisal in 3 Easy Steps
We'll privately talk about your situation and the home.
we get to work
The in-home appraisal inspection is scheduled on your timeline.
you are well informed
The appraisal is delivered within a week after the inspection.
what your neighbors are saying
Ben discussed everything with me thoroughly and answered all questions I had. He got the appraisal done and sent me the report within 2 days!! I was very impressed.
Quick, concise and accurate appraisal. Friendly and responsive service. Ben is a great choice!
Ben came over the same week I called and did an appraisal for me. He was professional and accommodating of a rush order. I was very pleased and would highly recommend him!
Frequently Asked Questions
Some people try to avoid paying for an appraisal by using a comparative market analysis. Realtors use this analysis to price your home to sell, but it is often higher than the true market value.
Only a recent property appraisal from an appraiser is acceptable to settle an estate.
If possible, try to order your estate appraisal within six months after the date of death.
Typically the appraisal is completed within a week after visiting the home.