We have been servicing the Northern Michigan area for the last 29 years. We have the training and qualifications to provide the type of reliable property value opinions that banks and major lending institutions require for home loans. We use ACI Software, which is widely accepted by most banks and mortgage companies.
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Michael H. Crowe
Certified Appraiser and Registered Building Inspector. Licensed Builder in the state of Michigan. Customers include national & local lenders and most other appraisal services.
Steven M. Crowe
Certified Residential Appraiser since 2000. Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. Affiliated with Northern Michigan University. Building a strong and well defined career in Appraisals in the state of Michigan.
Carrie E. Everin
State Licensed Appraiser. Building a career in real-estate since 2001.
Many people buy, sell or refinance their home each month, and most of these transactions consist of a simple line item for an appraisal. Almost all lenders require an appraisal before making a loan, and they also require a local expert because the stakes are very high.
If you are going to sell your home you would be wise to invest in a professional appraisal. Professional appraisals are a great investment. They pay by themselves. Unless a homeowner studies real estate values on a day to day basis, like a professional appraiser does, it's difficult for the homeowner to get an accurate price on real estate values.
Whether you choose to sell your home on your own or with the help of a real estate agent, a professional appraisal will help you make a more informed decision when determining your selling price. With much different interests than a real estate agent, an appraiser has no vested interest in what amount the house sells for.
Performing appraisals for investment and rental properties requires a higher level of understanding of the appraisal process. These types of appraisals are not just concerned with Fair Market Value derived from an analysis of comparable sales, but also rely heavily upon what is the known as the “Income Approach” for determining the value of a property based on the income it generates.