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Date of Death & Estate Appraisal - Cobb County Home Appraiser

Date of Death

Cobb County Home Appraiser

Since 2001

Date of Death Appraisal

Real estate appraisal services and personal property appraisals are needed for both tax planning purposes prior to a property owner’s death, and for settling the estate after death. Settling an estate is one of those things that most people know little about until they actually go through the experience. An estate, probate, or trust appraisal can be requested by: the executor/ administrators, attorneys, accountants, and trustees. Having a professional appraisal from Cobb County Home Appraiser gives the executor solid facts and figures to work. It assures peace of mind to everyone concerned because we are there to stand behind the appraisal if it is challenged. Cobb County Home Appraiser is acutely aware of the level of detail and attention required for estate and date of death appraisals.

Date of death appraisals, or “retrospective” appraisals, are fairly common in estate settlement situations. These involve appraising a home based on a ‘prior date’ which is typically the owner’s date of death. In addition to needing a date of death appraisal during the settlement process, often times the ordering party will also request a ‘current value’ appraisal in order to determine current market value for purposes of sale or settlement between heirs.

Regardless of your needs or the elapsed time, our team of knowledgeable and state certified appraisers at Cobb County Home Appraiser understands the complexities involved in assessing the value of a property under these difficult circumstances and we’ll provide you with the best possible experience. Our reports conform to the USPAP guidelines and all federal regulations and standards.

If you are in need of an estate or date of death appraisal, Cobb County Home Appraiser can help. In the past, we have assisted lawyers, accountants, estate executors, and even grieving relatives. We fully understand the importance of an appraisal valuation and all the sensitivity of this relationship. In our experience, we know that people need estate and date of death appraisals for a variety of reasons, and understand the unique process of determining and planning an estate. We provide a personal level of service and communication that is unmatched. Call today for your free consultation and see why Cobb County residents choose to trust Cobb County Home Appraiser for their appraising needs.