In order for an appraisal to remain accurate, it must efficiently reflect the current market. Whenever the appraisal is desired for an accurate point of reference, it must be able to show the present state of the
market. While there is not an exact expiration date on appraisals, many lenders will only accept an appraisal report that is about 60-90 days old. After that, there are most likely sufficient changes in the market that require an adjustment in the report.
If you need a change within this time frame, many appraisers will make adjustment for a small fee.
If an extension is needed on the report, some lenders will allow it with the proper paperwork and documentation. However, in a market that is noticeably declining the time in which the report is valid becomes significantly shorter.
The maximum period of validity for an appraisal is six months, as the market will definitely have changed and it will take more than minor changes on a report to reflect this.
If you are looking to buy or sell a home for the very first time, seeking assistance from a realtor will be a relationship worth thoroughly developing. Face it, you’ll probably be spending a few weeks and countless hours with this individual to
get results in your favor; so it’s important to develop an alliance that’s formulated down to the nitty-gritty. Real Estate experts suggest that it’s best to uncover all sorts of details about your prospective realtor prior to hiring them to be your right-hand
man. After all, you don’t have to choose the first realtor you meet.
So in order to ensure a positive experience your first go round, here are 15 questions you should consider asking your realtor:
Whether you’re moving off your friend’s couch or finally leaving the apartment you left your mark on throughout college, buying your first property is a
huge step. Kudos to you! Almost identical to the first day of school, it’s extremely important to prepare, educate yourself, and be patient.
Because it can be difficult to know what to expect, we're here to help you with your homework.
Here are 5 tips every first time home buyer should know:
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In this best-selling novel, Michael J. Maher chronicles the tale of a real estate agent who is forced to struggle through a down market. The agent, Rick Masters, manages to build a successful business during this time without advertising. The book
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