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The guide below will help determine your needs.  There are a variety of products an appraiser can offer a client.  This is a brief description of each product offered by Kane Appraisals.  Fees are based on Scope of Work and complexity of the property being appraised.  It's always best to call for a QUOTE, and give is the opportunity to discuss your needs.

The 1004 URAR :

A Uniform Residential Appraisal Report or URAR is one of the most common forms used in real estate appraisals which was created to allow for standard reporting and analysis of single-family dwellings or single-family dwellings with an "accessory unit". It is also suitable for a building in a planned unit development (PUD) but is not meant to be used for appraisals of manufactured homes or condos.  

** Fee quote is based on the complexity of the appraiser's Scope of Work,

The GPAR : General Purpose Appraisal Report – Alternative-use forms to satisfy various non-lending property types.  This is the product recommended for private clients.

** Fee quote is based on the complexity of the appraiser's Scope of Work,

Individual Condominium Unit Appraisal Report:

An Individual Condominium Unit Appraisal Report (ICUAR) is for appraisals of one-unit properties in condo projects based on interior and exterior property inspections. Also known as Fannie Mae Form 1073, appraisals reported on this form must be completed in accordance with the UAD Specification. The form is similar to the Uniform Residential Appraisal Report (Form 1004) only it comes with additional condo-specific questions.**

Fee quote is based on the complexity of the appraiser's Scope of Work.

Vacant Land: 

 Vacant land parcels, lots in subdivisions, etc.  Typically the highest and best use will be a Single Family Home.

Call for fee quote.

The Drive By, the 2055 ext. 2055- this form is a little shorter then form 1004 as it does not require interior photos, or interior inspection.  The value is based on public records and the appraiser's "curb side" inspection of the subject property.  These are very limited and most appraisers agree, they aren't acceptable in most cases, to find the true value of a property with such limited inspection.

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