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Our team of residential and commercial appraisal specialists is experienced in all types of valuation and consulting assignments, including Commercial, residential, multi-family, condominium, REO/foreclosure and high-value/complex appraisals. We have the capacity to perform portfolio assignments and the experience to work in both primary and secondary national markets.
- Condominium Unit
- Desktop Appraisals
- High-Value/Complex Appraisals
- Vacant Land
- Manufactured Homes
- Prospective Appraisal
In your practice you may need EXPERIENCED APPRAISERS for a Real Estate property that may be the subject of Re-finance, Pre Listing/Selling, Buying, Divorce, Estate, Line of Credit, Loan Modification, PMI removal, Tax Dispute, settlement, Various Family Trust and other legal proceeding. We provide our services to Family Law attorneys, Tax Attorneys, CPA firms, IRS related, Trust and other wealth management firms. We approach our services with due diligence, supportive data and comprehensive arguments in support of our conclusions in a manner that will stand to extreme scrutiny.
We specialize in appraisals for: Re-finance, Pre Listing/Selling, Line of Credit, Loan Modification, PMI, Fair Market Value, Rental Analysis, Appraisal Review, Tax Grievance, Trust, Probate & Estates; Gift Tax, Matrimonial Disputes, Bankruptcy, Expert Witness Testimony, Partial Interest Valuation, Eminent Domain, Easements, Etc.
Our turnaround time 24-48hrs
- Orange County
- Los Angeles County
- Riverside County
- San Bernardino County
- San Diego County
- Ventura County
Orange County / Los Angeles / Riverside / San Diego
Hours: 7 Days a week, 7:30am-8:30pm
Turnaround time: 24-48Hours
Rush orders are available
Fees: Desk Top appraisal: $165
Full appraisal: $325
$200 OFF for Multi-Unit
- Aggressive and competitive pricing
- High-quality, fully compliant reports from experienced, licensed appraisers
- Quick turnaround times
- Wide range of cost-effective valuation services
When we provide residential and commercial property appraisal services, excellent experience, and certified appraiser inspects the entire property. Factors like the size of the lot, upgrades made to the property, property’s condition, condition of the market, and some of the recently sold real-estate properties of the comparable size are some of the items that are covered during the inspection. We also inspect the quality of the construction, the site, we look for any issues within the siding or guttering, and the property’s observable external conditions. Apart from that, we also inspect the parking facilities, along with the integrity of the foundation and the roof. There is a list of services that we provide, and they are mentioned below:
- Expert Divorce Appraisals
- Commercial property appraisals
- Trust & Estate Planning Appraisals (Capital Gain)
- Gift, Bankruptcy Appraisals
It is considered to be pretty common among married couples to purchase property together or provide their names to the property titles as newlyweds. When there is a situation like a divorce, there will be a series of disagreements between the couple and their attorney’s when dividing the property assets and create a cordial separation. That is why couples should contact us for our accurate marital or divorce appraisal services, which will enable them to receive a divorce settlement, postnuptial, or prenuptial agreement. It will help in simplifying the method of dissolving the property assets held within their marriage, in terms of both the property and home values. Attorneys and Accountants rely on our values when calculating real property values for divorces, or other disputes requiring a value being placed on real property. We understand their needs and are used to dealing with all parties involved. We provide appraisal reports that meet the requirements of the courts and various agencies.
When individuals are interested in buying or selling a particular commercial property, then our commercial appraisals will provide the help they need. That is because, when customers opt for our commercial appraisal services, then it will allow them to understand the real estate market easily. Through our commercial appraisal services, clients will get the chance to explore how we will help them through each of the commercial property appraisals in Southern California. All of our customers are free to contact us if they want to know how much their property is estimated to be as well. Our Focus Areas:
- Special Purpose
- Car Wash/Auto Service
- Self Storage
- Vacant Land
We know how painful the process can be when the settlement of a property, which belonged to a deceased loved one, takes place. As part of the valuation of assets at death by an estate tax appraiser, a date of death valuation determines the Fair Market Value of real estate as of the date that the owner died. This property valuation is used to determine if a federal estate tax return is due to the IRS, and the amount of estate tax, if one is owed. This is part of what is sometimes referred to as the death tax. Whether or not there is a will, a certified appraiser will make sure to accurately divide the property among the claimants with no issues. There are many well-known accountants, individuals, and lawyers who look up to our estate planning and settlement services when they want a property appraisal service for asset protection and estate law. Appraisals are considered to be highly beneficial in terms of tax purposes and also when selling a real estate property during a fiscal year. When our clients get the chance to sell their real estate property or stock shares for more than the amount they purchased, it enables them to receive capital gains. By the end of each fiscal year, you get the opportunity to add all your losses and profits, and it also includes the amount that carries your yearly earnings. Although, at a certain point, it can be a straightforward method, for many situations, individuals will need the help of a certified appraisal professional to satisfy the IRS when they carry capital gains within their annual tax return. United Appraisal Group can also provide all our clients with correct capital gains appraisal services.
Almost all states let residents who file for bankruptcy protect some amount of equity using a homestead exemption. However, the extent of that protection varies. To determine whether you’ll be able to protect your home, you’ll need an accurate home valuation by a certified real estate appraiser. Next, you’ll deduct the mortgage balance and determine the equity. If the equity is less than the amount of the homestead protection available, your house will be protected in bankruptcy. This is where United Appraisal Group comes in and gives you a fair market appraisal report.
• IRS Appraisals:
For IRS appraisals you will need a Qualified appraisal refers to a type of appraisal document that meets Internal Revenue Service (IRS) appraisal standards. Theses appraisals must be conducted and reviewed by a qualified IRS appraiser which United Appraisal Group is a fully certified IRS appraisers. Determining the value of a piece of property is especially important when doing a IRS appraisal, since an improper valuation can result in either a deduction lower than what the property could bring or a red flag by the IRS for a valuation that seems too high. These type of appraisals Includes certain information, such as a property description, terms of the sale agreement, appraiser identification information, date of valuation and valuation methods employed, among other requirements.
The IRS defined qualified appraiser as an individual who:
- Has earned an appraisal designation from a recognized professional appraisal organization (such as the Appraisal Institute, ASFMRA, NAIFA, ASA, etc. ) or has met certain minimum education and experience requirements
- Regularly prepares appraisals for which the individual is paid
- Demonstrates verifiable education and experience in valuing the type of property being appraised
- Has not been prohibited from practicing before the IRS under section 330(c) of Title 31 of the United States Code at any time during the three-year period ending on the date of the appraisal
- Is not an excluded individual (someone who is the donor or recipient of the property).