Estate Settlement Appraisals in SD by Q Appraisals
Settling an estate is an important and sometimes stressful job. As an executor you have been entrusted to carry out the wishes of the departed as quickly and respectfully as possible. You can count on me to act quickly and with sensitivity to the feelings of everyone involved.
Lawyers and accountants can depend on my conduct when calculating real estate values for estates, divorces, or other disputes requiring a value on real property.
Contact us as soon as possible to discuss your precise estate appraisal requirements and how we can put knowledge to work for you.
Commonly, settling an estate requires an extensive appraisal report to acquire fair market value for the house to the satisfaction of the parties involved. It's understandable that thinking about getting an appraisal is the farthest thought from your mind. Of course, it's imperative to comfort your loved ones first. I can supply a retroactive appraisal with an effective date and fair market value estimate matching the exact date you suffered the loss of your loved one. The ethics provision explained within the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) conforms my company to confidentiality, ensuring the highest degree of privacy for you and your loved ones.
One of the most significant requirements in a report is an appraiser-supported opinion of value with a comprehensive explanation as to how the appraiser came to his conclusion. A report of this caliber will certainly demonstrate your claim that the numbers provided within the report are well-founded and accurate.
Having a professional appraisal from Q Appraisals gives the executor solid facts and figures to work with in exceeding IRS and SD state agency requirements. It assures peace of mind to everyone concerned because I will always be there to stand behind the appraisal report if it is ever refuted.
One of the most essential requirements in an appraisal is an appraiser-backed opinion of value in a comprehensive explanation as to how the appraiser came to his conclusion.