Will My Property Appraise? Should I Care? - Episode 481

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Whether you’re trying to get more favorable terms on a loan or simply grow your real estate portfolio, at some point you’ll probably want to refinance a rental property. Part of the refinancing process is the appraisal—a system that lenders have put in place to ensure that the property value is in alignment with the loan amount.

On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, we’re discussing what to expect from the appraisal process. We’ll talk about our experiences, what an appraiser looks for, and what to do if your property doesn’t appraise for the value that you’d hoped.

On this episode you’ll learn:

  • Why appraisers are going extinct.

  • Which industry the appraisal system was created for.

  • Why appraisals are often low.

  • How much you can expect to pay for an appraisal.

  • Why appraisers and investors often disagree.

  • And more!

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