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Recent Real Estate Appraising Reviews in Concord

  • A
    Superior Appraisal Services
    It went very well. He spent over an hour pulling measurements, taking photos, and taking notes. He actually pulled comparison properties in my neighborhood and did his research of the area. I believe it went very well.
    - CHRISTOPHER C.
  • A
    FTS Real Estate Appraisers
    Fred returned my call the same day. Very professional, friendly, and punctual. An appointment was set for walk-through within the week. He prepared the appraisal in one day because we were meeting with the attorney 2 days later. We could not have asked for any better service. He e- mailed the appraisal to me the evening following the appointment date and called me to alert me to the e- mail.
    - Denise M.
  • A
    Georgia Highlands Appraisals
    Georgia Highlands Appraisals came out on time, did a thorough inspection of the house, seemed to know what they were doing, and very professional.
    - james m.
  • A
    Brannen Appraisals
    Things started going bad from the start. Prior to even arriving at the home, the appraiser postponed the meeting from Friday when he was supposed to have been there, to the next monday. He didn't give any reason for this though, leaving us hanging. Passing that off as a fluke, we did some cleaning around the house and come Monday waited. He was to arrive there at ten that morning. About nine fifty, the appraiser, Gary (Owner) calls to inform us that he's going to be late. He figures maybe ten minutes or so, but given he's not sure, well we just have to wait. He finally got there, and I met him at the door. At first he seemed somewhat friendly, and yet there was a curious distance about him. He gave a rather cursory glance to the front porch after I spoke with him for a moment, and then he went inside. He took notes, in as much that he did some rough sketches of the home, but he seemed somewhat disinterested with the whole process. It was not until he got outside that he started taking pictures, making note that there was in his words "Just a tiny bit of rot" on a portion of the roof line and the end of the house. In the back yard, he took more pictures, some of the back door, and then the house and that was pretty much it. After that, he just left. A few days later, we were informed by the mortgage brokers that he was giving them a hard time. He had appraised that "little bit" of rot at costing over four thousand dollars to fix, and furthermore was claiming that the rear door, which is steel, was rotten out and needed fixing. His claims went as far as causing the mortgage company to wonder if the house was even in habitable condition and might need condemned. Over time, it became apparent, after the mortgage company got the photos, that he was upset that he had not been paid up front. However he had never asked for any payment, and it was assumed that the loan company would foot the bill as they had hired him. What's worse, the gentleman went so far as to act unprofesionally, and when told that he would be paid at closing, to state that he doubted it and dug in his heels. Meaning that in order for his false claims of the rot and condition of the home to be corrected, he requires payment for the appraisal in the first place. I wouldn't suggest anyone use this guy ever. He's at best unprofessional, and at worst a crook.
    - Chadwick P.
  • A
    DICICCO & ASSOCIATES LLC
    I called several appraisers but Jay was by far the most professional. Appraisers I have used in the past tended to give me a "cookie cutter" report; just filling in the blanks with no thought. My house is unique with barns, stables etc. and Jay took all that into consideration when finding comparables which was not an easy task. He asked for a list of upgrades and improvement, taking these into consideration with the appraisal. Jay checked out every inch of the property, even scaling a fence to get down to the creek! He took many pictures and asked lots of questions. The entire process from contract to appraisal in hand took less than a week. I will always use Jay for appraisals in the future.
    - JOAN H.
  • F
    Appraisal Resources Inc
    I had 3 different appraisers come and do appraisals on my home. The average of the 3 appraisals is what the company will offer me as a buyout if I am not able to sale my house. While the other 2 appraisers asked what improvements had been made on the house, this appraiser did not ask. When asked about using this information his response was that all improvements were apparent to said appraiser. I wondered how he knew I had replaced every door in the house in the last year, among many other things? He must have been psychic. When the numbers came back from the 3 appraisers, 2 were right about the same amount and his came in $10,000.00 less. Looking at the appraisals, he used comparison home sales that were in different towns in the county and that were more than 6 months old. In comparison, the other 2 appraisers used homes that were closer to mine and were within the normal acceptable sales window of 6 months. They also mentioned the improvements in there appraisals where this appraiser failed to do so even though they were "so apparent" to him. I did have the opportunity to appeal the appraisal which consisted of giving listings that I thought more comparable to my home than the ones he used. I used only the homes used by the other 2 appraisers and one my realtor used in her market analysis. This appraiser took each one of those homes and systematically gave reasons why those houses didn't work for appraisal purposes on my home. I guess he didn't know he was saying that the 2 other appraisers and my realtor didn't know what they were doing. All though he was very nice when he came to my house, nice does not a good appraiser make. Look at other appraisal options before hiring this guy because he wasn't thorough, didn't take the time to look for current home sales in a closer vicinity and when presented with abundant evidence to why he should change his appraisal, he chose to try to defend his mistake instead of fixing it. Good luck trying to get a fair price if you use him.
    - Ryan B.
  • F
    HILL REALTY
    Failed to fix air conditioning, there was black mold in the ceiling, water damaged ceiling made 3 bedroom ceiling collapse with the drywall and contents of insulation all over my sons room, my room when the air wAs fixed 3 weeks later same day I couldn't use it because it dripped into the ceiling and into my bed. They came back out the next day water was pouring through the ceiling next to a light fixture. They are closed on Friday-Sunday and their emergency number is the same as the office number so no one called me back until the first of the week. Left voicemails when my ceiling poured water onto my tv, my bed, my closet. All the while I had NO AIR IN CENTRAL GA AND IT WAS 99-103 during this time . It had not rained in days at this point so I knew it was the air conditioner !!! I'm writing this review at 401am est because the ceiling has now completely collapse damaging my personal belongings.
    - Marquea S.
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