Property Valuations for Estate Settlement by James Earp Appraisal Service

The job of settling an estate, often a source of stress is very important. As an executor you have been entrusted to carry out the wishes of the deceased as quickly and with as much dignity as possible. You can count on us to act quickly and with as much empathy to the feelings of everyone in bereavement.

Lawyers and accountants depend on our understanding when calculating real estate values for estates, divorces, or other disputes requiring a worth being placed on real property. There are specific needs for everyone; we cater to these requirements and are familiar to working with all parties involved. In our company, we are accustomed to dealing with law offices in producing reports that exceed their requirements.

Contact us immediately to discuss your specific estate appraisal demands and how we can put our business acumen to work for you.

Usually, settling an estate requires an clear appraisal report to establish fair market value for the home to the satisfaction of the parties involved. We sympathize that when you lose a loved one, even thinking about an appraisal report is the furthest thought from your mind. Of course, you need to be there for your loved ones first. Our professional staff is comfortable with the procedures and requirements needed to produce a retroactive appraisal with an effective date and fair market value estimate matching the exact date you suffered the loss of your loved one. The ethics provision stated within the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) attunes us to confidentiality, assuring the fullest degree of privacy for you and your family.

Many times, people do not fully acknowledge the requirement to have a full appraisal supplied in support of the numbers shown in general documents filed with the IRS and NC state agencies.

One of the most essential requirements in an appraisal is an appraiser-backed opinion of value in an exhaustive reason as to how the appraiser came to his conclusion. Such a report will certainly demonstrate to the authorities that the numbers used are well-founded and correct.

An executor will be satisfied by a report by James Earp Appraisal Service which will show him undeniable facts and numbers to work with the IRS and NC state agencies' requirements. You need not stress over anything, because we will be there to back up our work if they are ever refuted.

An exhaustive report showing the appraiser's opinion of value is required to support the methods the appraiser used to come to his conclusions.