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Pricing & Timing

Single-Family Residential Properties:

The following price list for single-family residential properties and is subject to change depending on the circumstances surrounding the property. Timing varies depending on work load. Generally, residential assignments can be completed within 3-5 days of inspecting the property.

Residential Price Schedule (PDF file)
Residential Bid Request Form (PDF file)

Email back to susanne@swaa.biz
Fax back to 520-327-3974
Telephone 520-327-0000.

Non-Residential Assignments:

Non-residential assignments vary widely depending on the type of property to be appraised and the type of report requested. The prospective client should fill out the following commercial form for a quote.

Commercial Bid Request Form (PDF file)

Email back to steve@swaa.biz
Fax back to 520-327-3974
Telephone 520-327-0000.

Reporting Requirements:

There are three different types of reporting requirements under the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice: self-contained, summary, and restricted reports. A brief and non-inclusive summary of the reports follows.

Self-Contained Report:

A self-contained report fully describes the property being appraised, the analytical procedures followed, and the reasoning that supports the analyses, opinions, and conclusions. The information provided must be sufficient for the client and intended users to adequately understand the rationale for the opinion.

Summary Report:

A summary report is similar to a self-contained report but has less detail in the report. However, it must not be misleading to the client and intended users. It may summarize the information analyzed, the appraisal procedures followed, and the reasoning that supports the analyses, opinions, and conclusions. As with the self-contained report, the appraiser must provide sufficient information for the client and intended users to adequately understand the rationale for the opinion.

Restricted Use Report:

A restricted use report is the shortest type of report. It merely states the various data about the property and the assumptions, opinions and conclusions of the report. The restricted report can only be relied upon by the client. Thus, such a report is not acceptable for financing or litigation purposes which by their nature have at least two parties which rely on the report.

 

 

 

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