Cincinnati, OH 45242
(513) 623-1536
Business Description: Since 1983, Jeff Greenberg has worked as a real estate appraiser in Southwest Ohio. Jeff has earned his reputation — and his SRA designation, the highest achievement for residential appraisers across the country — through his continued education and devlopment in the appraisal industry. Learn more about SRA designation. Jeff prides himself on his customer service; he is willing to work around his clients' schedules and provides them with his official appraisal via email within 24 hours of gaining access to the property. No property or client is too big or too small, and he is happy to provide answers to general appraisal questions at no charge. Jeff holds a Certification License from the State of Ohio and is authorized to provide property appraisals throughout the state. Currently he serves five counties in the Greater Cincinnati area: Brown, Butler, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren Counties. Jeff frequently works with area lenders for home sales and refinances, and his credentials allow him to work with virtually any bank or institution. He is also licensed to provide appraisals for Probate and Domestic Relations, as well as Chapter 13 Bankruptcy proceedings.
In Business Since: 1987
Service Area: Butler, Warren, Hamilton, Clermont, Brown Counties
On Angie's List Since: 11/15/2002
Warranties: False
Office Hours: MON-FRI 8:00-5:00
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: 5%
Cities Served: Amberley Village | Amelia | Anderson | Aurora | Avondale | Batavia | Bethel | Blanchester | Blue Ash | Brentwood | Butler County | California | Camp Washington | Cheviot | Cincinnati - Downtown | Clarksville | Clermont County | Cleves | Clifton | Clinton County | Colerain Township | College Hill Station | Columbia-tusculum | Covedale | Cummingsville | Dearborn County | Delhi Hills | Fairfield | Finneytown | Forest Park | Franklin | Glendale-woodlawn | Goshen | Groesbeck | Hamilton | Harrison | Hyde Park | Indian Hill | Indian Springs | Kenwood | Lawrenceburg | Lebanon | Liberty Township | Lockland | Loveland | Madeira | Maineville | Mariemont | Martinsville | Mason | Middletown | Midland | Milford | Monroe | Montgomery | Mt. Healthy | Mt. Washington | New Vienna | Newtown | North Bend | Northbrook | Norwood | Oakley | Oxford | Parkdale | Price Hill | Queen City | Reading | Sabina | Sayler Park | Sharonville | Silverton | Springboro | St. Bernard | Symmes | Taft | Trenton | Walnut Hills | Warren County | Waynesville | West Chester | West Harrison | Western Hills | Westwood | White Oak | Wilmington | Wyoming
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