Date of Death Appraisal
A Date of Death Appraisal, or Date of Death Property Valuation, can assist with determining income/estate tax liability and disposition of assets under a will or in probate. It is an appraisal of what the property was worth on a date in the past.
Varied situations can arise that need an appraisal of property value at a date some time ago, usually due to the death of the homeowner.
Appraisal of What the Property Was Worth on a Date in the Past
Real property isn't like publicly traded stock or other items because it fluctuates in value, and no historical public data is available.
Because of this, it's important to hire an appraiser with expertise and experience in your local area to correctly evaluate past comparables and market trends to give you an accurate property appraisal valuation.
Date of Death Appraisal Requirements
Date of Death Appraisal requirements include:
You need a professional real estate appraiser, bound by the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) for a high degree of confidentiality and professionalism, and you need the kind of quality report that taxing authorities and courts need (and expect!)
Attorneys, accountants, executors and others rely on Master Appraisal Services for Date of Death Appraisals and Property Valuations.
Having a professional date of death appraisal from Master Appraisal Services gives the executor irrefutable facts and figures to work with in going forward with state and county proceedings. You need not stress over anything, because we will be there to back up our reports if they are ever refuted.
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