Liz Moore Pre-Game Super Bowl Party

Our very own Matt Williams, was the special guest last Sunday at the Liz Moore Pre-Game Super Bowl Party held at the Southern Living Showcase Home in Fords Colony. Matt, a Certified Real Estate Appraiser and Owner of the Premier Home Appraisals Williamsburg branch was onsite to answer questions and provide input on today’s real [...]

By | February 16th, 2016|appraisals, home appraisals|0 Comments

Meet Our Team

Premier Home Appraisals, Inc. Troy Kaster Troy Kaster began his Real Estate Appraisal career with CR Consulting in 2001 as an Associate Trainee assisting with field inspections in the Washington, DC Metro Area.  In 2002, He joined RHR Appraisals and there gained the experience and education necessary to become a Certified Residential Appraiser with licensure in [...]

By | February 24th, 2014|appraisals, home appraisals, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Importance of Pre-Listing Appraisals

What is a Pre-Listing Appraisal? You’re ready to list your home on the market. You’ve found your listing agent and are now in the process of deciding the best list price for your home. One of the first things you should consider during this process is getting a pre-listing real estate appraisal. You may be [...]

By | January 19th, 2014|appraisals, home appraisals|0 Comments

We’ve got a New Appraiser in the House!

What does it take to become a Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser? Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser Licensing is regulated by the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation and requires 2500 hours of appraisal experience to be obtained in no less than 24 months. Additionally, before one can become a Virginia Certified Residential Real Estate [...]

By | December 18th, 2013|home appraisals, News|0 Comments

Ensure Accurate Real Estate Appraisals

As we have discussed in previous blogs, a home appraiser’s estimation of property value is determined by comparing recent sales prices of similar, or comparable properties, in a particular area. The properties used for comparative analysis are also known as comps. Once a valuation has been reached, lenders use that data to decide how much [...]

By | December 18th, 2013|appraisals, home appraisals|0 Comments

What to Expect During a Real Estate Appraisal

Be Prepared When Preparing to Sell Your Home Buying and selling a home shouldn’t be a mystery, but many people are unclear on the various aspects of the real estate appraisal process.  If you have never sold a home before, you may wonder exactly what is going to happen when a home appraiser comes to [...]

By | September 28th, 2013|home appraisals|0 Comments

How to Handle a Low Appraisal?

What to do if Your Home Appraisal is Less than the Asking Price. This blog is taken from an article from SF Gate, and online news source. Home Appraisers, such as Premier Home Appraisals work hard to make sure their clients do not end up in this situation, but it does happen at times and [...]

By | July 19th, 2013|home appraisals|0 Comments