I was quoted a few times in this month’s California Real Estate magazine article entitled “The Problem with Appraisals.” This is the official magazine of the California Association of Realtors, so I’m honored to have been asked to share some thoughts on the challenge of appraising in today’s market as well as tips for working with appraisers. Check out the article if you’d like, and let me know what you think.
Realtor Resources: If anyone is visiting my corner of the web here from the magazine, thank you so much. I really appreciate you stopping by. Feel free to poke around as you’d like, stay in the background or introduce yourself. If you like what you see, you’re welcome to subscribe to get posts delivered by email.
It’s my constant goal to be a resource to Realtors and build strong relationships, so that’s one of the reasons I consistently write posts. In case you’re looking for some tips on helping communication flow a bit better with appraisers, check out Five questions to ask yourself before giving comps to the appraiser or Agents, be ready to answer these questions from appraisers or How to challenge a low appraisal (a format I developed).
Thank you again for stopping by, and thank you to all regular readers. I sincerely appreciate you.
Questions: Do you feel appraisers are being too conservative in today’s market? Any stories to share? With such a shortage of inventory right now, as a real estate agent, how do you tell the difference between market appreciation and overpaying?
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