Working from home with limited space for an office? This article discusses how to create a perfect home office in a small living area.
Can having a skeptical attitude be helpful or harmful to an appraiser? In this article I discuss the answer to this question. I hope you enjoy it!
Since we are spending a lot more time at home these days, it might be time for a refresh! In this article, Seth Murphy, offers some cool ideas that you may find helpful!
What does a Rubik's Cube and an appraisal have in common? Find out in this week's blog.
Have you ever had your home appraised? Perhaps you were amazed at how quickly the appraiser went through your home. An appraiser will generally look in each room. They will take a few notes as well as some interior and exterior pictures. Then they will measure your home and any accessory buildings. They will likely… Continue reading Differences Between A Home Inspection and An Appraisal Inspection
In any profession, change is a constant. In this article, I discuss some of the changes taking place to the appraisal industry and some parallels to the Double Tree of Casorzo.
When it comes to appraising split-level and bi-level dwellings, trying to calculate the gross living area (GLA) can be tricky. If you're trying to figure out what the gross living area of one of these types of homes is, there are some important things to consider. For example, where the ground meets the exterior wall… Continue reading Appraising Split & Bi-Levels…Where The Ground Meets the Wall