What exactly is an appraisal and why is it so important for your home? We brought in an expert to find out! Matt, Chandler and Jon sit down with appraisal expert Randy Russo to answer all of the questions you have! What can you do to add value to your home? What do you think adds value but actually doesn't? What happens if your appraisal comes in either higher or lower than the contract price? Do you need to deep clean your home prior to an appraisal? Find out the answers to these questions and more! You need an appraisal when buying, selling and/or refinancing a home so this is a very important topic... but as always we have a lot of fun along the way!!!
About Randy Russo:
As the owner and lead appraiser at Russo Residential Appraisals, Randy has the education and qualifications to provide the type of reliable home valuations that many major banks and primary lending institutions require. With over 26 years of combined appraisal experience and high end remodeling and building experience He is prepared to provide the highest quality and best real estate valuations possible for a variety of unique and difficult property types. There is no assignment too difficult for his high level of expertise.
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Published: Jun. 12, 2019 @ 4AM Edit
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