Difference Between Baton Rouge Home Appraisals and Agent MLS CMAs

Difference Between Baton Rouge Home Appraisals and Agent MLS CMAs As Greater Baton Rouge’s Home Appraiser, I read a number of sources daily to keep up with the local and national housing markets.  I came across this article below, which explains the differences between a Real Estate Agent CMA or BPO (Broker Price Opinion) and a Certified Home Appraisal and wanted to share this information with the local market.  I also included the videos as well for further clarification.   The article isn’t based on CMA versus Appraisal argument, but rather points out the strengths and potential weaknesses of the Continue reading Difference Between Baton Rouge Home Appraisals and Agent MLS CMAs

Why You Need A Baton Rouge For Sale By Owner Home Appraisal FSBO

Why You Need A Baton Rouge For Sale By Owner Home Appraisal FSBO   FSBO is a part of Baton Rouge Real Estate and For Sale By Owner Baton Rouge.   Are you thinking about selling your Baton Rouge Home For Sale By Owner, FSBO? Your home is possibly your largest investment. Did you know that in 2012, the average sold price per square foot is $114 dollars per square foot and if your home isn’t properly measured, you could lose out on $11,400 dollars in equity per 100 square feet of error. Bill Cobb Appraiser provides FSBO Pre-Listing Home Continue reading Why You Need A Baton Rouge For Sale By Owner Home Appraisal FSBO

How To Apply For Federal Disaster Assistance For Greater Baton Rouge Flood Victims

How To Apply For Federal Disaster Assistance For Greater Baton Rouge Flood Victims. Per WAFB.com: There is actually “9” disaster designated Parishes: Ascension, Jefferson, Lafourche, Livingston, Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. John and St. Tammany – who sustained uninsured or underinsured Isaac-related damage to their homes, vehicles, personal property, business or its inventory beginning Aug. 26, 2012, can now register with FEMA for assistance. WAFB.com has compiled a helpful list of phone numbers and resources to aid those in need of applying for Department of Homeland Security Federal Assistance. How do I apply?There are several ways to apply for disaster Continue reading How To Apply For Federal Disaster Assistance For Greater Baton Rouge Flood Victims

Denham Springs Home Appraisers Help Sellers Save Thousands When Selling Their Home

Denham Springs Home Appraisers Help Sellers Save Thousands When Selling Their Home Expert says if you need to sell house fast, then using a dedicated sell house fast service is a great option and those looking to sell house fast should ensure that they go for companies with a great deal of experience in sell house fast options as well as the ability to turn deals round in a matter of days or weeks. There are various reasons why individuals provide home in this place. The reason is home at the greater costs with pleasant hot environment. If an individual Continue reading Denham Springs Home Appraisers Help Sellers Save Thousands When Selling Their Home

Photos of Baton Rouge’s New Strohmberg Townhomes Development in 70817

Photos of Baton Rouge’s New Strohmberg Townhomes Development in 70817 near Shenanodah. 45 Townhomes Starting in the $130s. I recently took an exterior tour of the new Strohmberg Townhomes development, marketed by Charnel Webb Keller Williams Realty Baton Rouge and am presenting these photos. See the Flickr slide show below.   Strohmberg Townhomes Baton Rouge Units for Sale Flyer 2012     Created with flickr slideshow.

How To Prepare For A Baton Rouge Home Appraisal Appraiser Inspection

https://www.homeappraisalsbatonrouge.com/ – How To Prepare For A Baton Rouge Home Appraisal Appraiser Inspection For A Mortgage Loan (Conventional, FHA, VA or FMHA Rural Development). NOTE: Baton Rouge Pre-Listing Appraisals, Baton Rouge Pre-Purchase Appaisals, Baton Rouge Estate or Probate Appraisals and Baton Rouge Divorce Appraisals are not as stringent. Hi, this is Accurate Valuations Group Appraiser, Bill Cobb, in Greater Baton Rouge Louisiana, 225-293-1500 or [email protected] I came across this helpful article on ActiveRain Network I wanted to share about how to prepare for the home appraisal inspection (not the same as a home inspection by a home inspector). The article Continue reading How To Prepare For A Baton Rouge Home Appraisal Appraiser Inspection

Greater Baton Rouge Home Appraisal Services: 20 x 20 Brick Gameroom Had No Value In This Sale…Why?

https://www.homeappraisalsbatonrouge.com/ – Baton Rouge Home Appraisal Services: 20 x 20 Brick Gameroom Had No Value In This Sale…Why? I came across this sale last week and thought it would shed some light on how “the Market” or “home buyers” view these types of detached amenities. The red arrow below shows this extra 20 x 20 brick Gameroom on concrete slab with electricity and really nice.   The sales price of this 5 year old 2625sf home, with lake view and on larger lot, was between $240,000 to $250,000 in late 2010 or $93/sf. At this sales price for these features, Continue reading Greater Baton Rouge Home Appraisal Services: 20 x 20 Brick Gameroom Had No Value In This Sale…Why?

Is A Baton Rouge View Adjustment Supportable For Fannie Mae Appraisal Forms?

https://www.homeappraisalsbatonrouge.com/ – Why Do Fannie Mae Appraisal Forms Include Adjustment Grid for “View”?   Washington State Appraiser, Dave Towne, recently offered tremendous value to home appraisers by providing a copy of a list of the Top 12 FDIC Appraisal Deficiencies, see list below. In case you are not aware, the FDIC, in order recoup loses, is filing suit against AMCs (Appraisal Management Companies) and individual appraisers for questionable appraisal work that could have led to mortgage defaults. FDIC is seeking hunreds of millions of dollars in these suits. Dave said, “Appraisers…. The FDIC has recently named a major nationwide AMC Continue reading Is A Baton Rouge View Adjustment Supportable For Fannie Mae Appraisal Forms?

Lil Boosie Baton Rouge Home Photos In Centurion Place, Home To Be Auctioned Off

http://batonrougerealestateappraisers.net/ – Lil Boosie Baton Rouge Home To Be Auctioned Off, Photos In Centurion Place According to online news sources, the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office has announced that it will sell the rapper’s home for failure to pay a $375,000 writ on the home owed to Flagstar Bank. Lil Boosie, real name Torence Hatch, remains imprisoned awaiting his murder trial. This home was purchased in 10/2007 for $547,731, which at that time was an incredibly high price for a home in Centurion Place. Before Boosie paid $547,731 for this home, it had been on the market for 473 Continue reading Lil Boosie Baton Rouge Home Photos In Centurion Place, Home To Be Auctioned Off

Baton Rouge Home Appraisal Blog: Are dead grass lawns common in subdivisions where you are?

http://www.batonrougerealestateminute.com/ – Baton Rouge Real Estate: Are dead grass lawns common in subdivisions where you are? Yesterday, I created this video below of a local subdivision named “Comite Hills West” and posted it to my Baton Rouge Real Estate Minute Video blog.       This morning, I woke up to an email question from an appraiser colleague in the Northwest (Washington State), an appraiser I respect and have joked with over the past 3 years (so my reply is slightly in a joking manner as well).  He asked, “Bill……….Are dead grass lawns common in subdivisions where you are, in that Continue reading Baton Rouge Home Appraisal Blog: Are dead grass lawns common in subdivisions where you are?