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Fannie Mae "2055" Short Form Report
Uniform Residential Appraisal Report
Individual Condominium Unit Appraisal Report
Individual Co-operative Apartment Unit Appraisal Report
Small Residential Income Property Appraisal Report
Commercial Appraisal Reports - Short Form
Brief Narrative Appraisal Report
Full Narrative Appraisal Report


Fannie Mae "2055" Short Form Report

We offer a high quality low cost short form alternative..." 2055 Limited Residential Appraisal and Summary Report" Click here to download or view in Adobe .PDF format . A sample of this document is downloadable and/or viewable using Adobe Reader. Click here for a free Adobe Acrobat Reader. It has been widely accepted for use where the more lengthy FNMA 1004 Report is not necessary. It can be used for tax grievance (small claims assessment review), uncontested matrimonial, estate or financial planning, gift tax, bail bonds or to establish fair market value for sellers or purchasers. It is available for use on one to four family dwellings, condominium individual units, homeowner association individual units, co-operative apartment individual units and vacant residential land (single lot).

The appraiser's description of the physical characteristics of the property will be obtained from reliable data sources and either an interior and exterior inspection or drive-by exterior inspection (when interior access is not possible or desired).

A Our "short form Residential Appraisal Report" typically consists of a letter of transmittal; brief neighborhood analysis; brief description of the site; brief description of the improvements; direct sales comparison approach utilizing comparable sales on a comparison grid; reconciliation; definition of market value; certification; contingent & limiting conditions; exterior photos of the subject property; exterior photos of all comparable sales used; comparable sales location map and qualifications of the appraiser and reviewer.

Uniform Residential Appraisal Report

The Form 1004, "Uniform Residential Appraisal Report" Click here to download or view in Adobe .PDF format . This document is downloadable and/or viewable using Adobe Reader. Click here for a free Adobe Acrobat Reader.   is the most commonly used appraisal form. It is designed for single-family and owner occupied two family (not for lending purposes) homes, including those with auxilliary apartments or "in-law, mother/daughter" units. It is extensively used by lenders and other investors for purchases and refinancing purposes. It is also used for formal certiorari tax appeals, condemnation, contested matrimonial or any situation involving a single family dwelling or owner occupied two family dwelling in which court testimony is contemplated.

The appraiser's description of the physical characteristics of the property and comparables will be obtained from reliable data sources.There will be a thorough interior and exterior inspection. The inspections take about half an hour to one hour, depending on the size of the house.

A "Uniform Residential Appraisal Report" typically consists of a letter of transmittal; neighborhood analysis; description of the site; description of the improvements; cost approach; direct sales comparison approach utilizing comparable sales on the comparison grid; reconciliation; definition of market value; certification; contingent & limiting conditions; firrea addendum; interior and exterior photos of the subject property; exterior photos of all comparable sales used; comparable sales location map; sketch of subject property showing room layout; flood map if in print and qualifications of the appraiser and reviewer.

Individual Condominium Unit Appraisal Report

The Form 1073, "Individual Condominium Unit Appraisal Report" is designed for condominium or homeowner association individual units. It is extensively used by lenders and other investors for purchases and refinancing purposes. It is also used for formal certiorari tax appeals, contested matrimonial or any situation involving an individual condominium or homeowner association unit in which court testimony is contemplated.

The appraiser's description of the physical characteristics of the property and comparables will be obtained from reliable data sources.There will be a thorough interior and exterior inspection. The inspections take about half an hour to one hour, depending on the size of the project and of the unit.

An "Individual Condominium Unit Appraisal Report" typically consists of a letter of transmittal; neighborhood analysis; description of the site; description of the improvements; cost approach; direct sales comparison approach utilizing comparable sales on the comparison grid; reconciliation; definition of market value; certification; contingent & limiting conditions; firrea addendum; interior and exterior photos of the subject property; exterior photos of all comparable sales used; comparable sales location map; sketch of subject property showing room layout; flood map if in print and qualifications of the appraiser and reviewer.

Individual Co-operative Apartment Unit Appraisal Report

The Form 1055, "Individual Co-operative Apartment Unit Appraisal Report" is designed for co-operative apartment individual units. It is extensively used by lenders and other investors for purchases and refinancing purposes. It is also used for contested matrimonial or any situation involving an individual co-operative apartment unit in which court testimony is contemplated.

The appraiser's description of the physical characteristics of the property and comparables will be obtained from reliable data sources.There will be a thorough interior and exterior inspection. The inspections take about half an hour to one hour, depending on the size of the project and of the unit.

An "Individual Co-operative Apartment Unit Appraisal Report" typically consists of a letter of transmittal; neighborhood analysis; description of the site; description of the improvements; cost approach; direct sales comparison approach with comparable sales on the comparison grid; reconciliation; definition of market value; certification; contingent & limiting conditions; co-operative apartment addendum; firrea addendum, interior and exterior photos of the subject property; exterior photos of all comparable sales used; comparable sales location map; sketch of subject property showing room layout; flood map if in print and qualifications of the appraiser and reviewer.

Small Residential Income Property Appraisal Report

The Form 1025, "Small Residential Income Property Appraisal Report" is designed for two to four family income properties. It is extensively used by lenders and other investors for purchases and refinancing purposes. It is also used for formal certiorari tax appeals, condemnation, contested matrimonial or any situation involving a two to four family income property in which court testimony is contemplated.

The appraiser's description of the physical characteristics of the property and comparables will be obtained from reliable data sources.There will be a thorough interior and exterior inspection. The inspections take about half an hour to one hour, depending on the size of the dwelling.

A "Small Residential Income Property Appraisal Report" typically consists of a letter of transmittal; neighborhood analysis; description of the site; description of the improvements; rental income analysis; cost approach; income approach; direct sales comparison approach with comparable sales; reconciliation; operating income statement, definition of market value; certification; contingent & limiting conditions; firrea addendum; interior and exterior photos of the subject property; exterior photos of all comparable sales used; comparable sales location map; sketch of subject property showing room layout; flood map if in print and qualifications of the appraiser and reviewer.

Commercial Appraisal Reports - Short Form Report

We offer a low cost short form "Limited Commercial/Industrial/land Appraisal and Summary Report". It has been widely accepted for use where a more lengthy narrative report is not necessary. It can be used for uncontested matrimonial, estate or financial planning, gift tax, bail bonds, partnership/corporate buyout or to establish fair market value for sellers or purchasers. It is available for use on small non-complex commercial & industrial properties or vacant land (except subdivision).

The appraiser's description of the physical characteristics of the property will be obtained from reliable data sources and either an interior and exterior inspection or drive-by exterior inspection (when interior access is not possible or desired).The inspections take about half an hour to one hour, depending on the size of the building.

Our "short form Commercial/Industrial Appraisal Report" typically consists of a letter of transmittal; brief neighborhood analysis; brief description of the site; brief description of the improvements; direct sales comparison approach; reconciliation; definition of market value; certification; contingent & limiting conditions; exterior photos of the subject property; exterior photos of all comparable sales used; comparable sales location map and qualifications of the appraiser and reviewer.

Brief Narrative Appraisal Report

Our "Brief Narrative Appraisal Report" is designed for any type of commercial or Industrial property or vacant land (except sub-division) It is used for formal certiorari tax appeals, condemnation, contested matrimonial or any situation involving small non-complex commercial property, industrial property or vacant land in which court testimony is contemplated.

The appraiser's description of the physical characteristics of the property and comparables will be obtained from reliable data sources.There will be a thorough interior and exterior inspection. The inspection will generally take from one hour to two hours, depending on the size and complexity of the building.

Our "Brief Narrative Appraisal Report" is a "summary" report which typically consists of a letter of transmittal; summary of important conclusions, regional analysis, neighborhood analysis; description of the site; description of the improvements; highest and best use analysis; zoning analysis; tax analysis; statement of ownership; property rights appraised; scope of the appraisal; cost approach; income approach; direct sales comparison approach utilizing comparable sales on the comparison grid; reconciliation; description of the appraisal process, definition of market value; certification; contingent & limiting conditions; firrea addendum; interior and exterior photos of the subject property; exterior photos of all comparable sales used; comparable sales location map; sketch of subject property showing layout; flood map if in print and qualifications of the appraiser and reviewer.

Full Narrative Appraisal Report

Our "Full Narrative Appraisal Report" is designed for any type of commercial or Industrial property or vacant land including sub-division. It is extensively used by lenders and other investors for purchases and refinancing purposes. It is also used for formal certiorari tax appeals, condemnation, contested matrimonial or any situation involving complex commercial property, industrial property or vacant land in which court testimony is contemplated.

The appraiser's description of the physical characteristics of the property and comparables will be obtained from reliable data sources.There will be a thorough interior and exterior inspection. The inspection will generally take from one hour to six hours, depending on the size and complexity of the building.

At All Area Appraisal a "Full Narrative Appraisal Report" is a "self contained" in depth report which typically consists of a letter of transmittal; summary of important conclusions, regional analysis, neighborhood analysis; description of the site; description of the improvements; highest and best use analysis; zoning analysis; tax analysis; statement of ownership; property rights appraised; scope of the appraisal; cost approach; income approach; direct sales comparison approach utilizing comparable sales on the comparison grid; reconciliation; description of the appraisal process, definition of market value; certification; contingent & limiting conditions; firrea addendum; interior and exterior photos of the subject property; exterior photos of all comparable sales used; comparable sales location map; sketch of subject property showing layout; flood map if in print and qualifications of the appraiser and reviewer.

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