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Nathan Bernhardt
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What Happens If Your Home Divorce Appraisal Comes in Low?

There is a reason why homeowners sometimes fear home appraisers, particularly during a divorce, and that is because home divorce appraisals can come in lower than homeowners expect. In situations where a home divorce appraisal is part of a home sale, a lower than anticipated home divorce appraisal can potentially kill a deal. Even when there are no plans to sell the home, and one of the homeowners chooses to stay for purposes of keeping children settled in their same school, for example, a low home divorce appraisal can wreak havoc on the financial calculations made during negotiation of a divorce settlement.

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Depending on how thorough an appraisal is, it can either save or cost a divorcing couple many much-needed dollars. That is why during a divorce it is more important than ever to find a certified professional appraiser who understands the critical role a home valuation will play in your proceedings and the life you plan on enjoying afterward.

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Can You Trust the Real Estate Appraiser Conducting Your Home Divorce Appraisal?

When we talk about trust and relationships, often what comes to mind are romantic relationships or personal friendships. How do we trust a new partner? Or, can we trust a friend enough to confide in them? Like any personal relationship, there must also exist trust in your professional relationships, particularly the one you have with the real estate appraiser conducting your divorce appraisal.

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Are You Nervous About Your Home Divorce Appraisal?

If you are nervous about your upcoming real estate divorce appraisal, you are not alone. After all, you have a lot at stake, especially if you are like most divorcing couples whose home is the largest asset they own together. There is, however, a surefire way to ease your mind, and that is to get involved in the divorce home appraisal process. Even though a home divorce appraisal might be a new experience for you and your spouse, your efforts can go a long way toward not only making you feel less nervous but also ensuring that you get the most accurate report possible.

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Currently working in the Portland, Oregon area on many retrospective real estate appraisals tied to IRS Form 706.
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