From Analysis to Appraisals, We Provide Market Based Real Estate Valuations


Real Estate Services, LLC is a team of qualified licensed appraisers that specializes in all types of real estate appraisals including municipal mass appraisals, servicing all of Vermont. Beginning in 1976 we’ve grown and performed thousands of real estate appraisals across the Vermont market including numerous municipal clients.

We believe property valuations are more than just a number. It should be a solution with support to maximize real estate valuation understanding. Our dedication to making sure you get the best market supported solution will exceed your exprecations, as we make every assignment our priority.

Our experience and knowledge covers all real estate sectors including residential and non-residential properties including commercial/industrial properties as well as undeveloped land. From beginning to end, we provide quality consultation to make sure you are fully informed about our real estate valuation decisions. As we have recently found out, the market can be a volatile and unstable. You deserve a partner whose advice will give you accurate real estate insight, both now and in the future.

Make your valuation decisions with us and we will leave you with a better understanding of the market, where it is going and the means to explain it to others.


Municipal Real Estate Services

Re-appraisal Services:

Full Reappraisal Services
Market Based Statistical Updates
Market Based Statistical Modeling
Database Development
Grand List Analysis
Tax Appeals
Regression Analysis

Additional Services

Home Staging
Design Consultation

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Private Appraisal Services

Property Separation
Property Tax Appeals
Mortgage Financing
Purchase Decisions
Estate, Trust & Probate Valuation
Retrospective Valuation
New Construction
Pre Sale Valuation
Appraisal Review
IRS Related Valuations
Forced Sale Value
Valuation of Fractional Interests

Appraisal FAQ

What is a Real Estate Appraisal?

A Real Estate Appraisal is an objective assessment of a perperty’s value, conducted by a licensed appraiser. It involves an in-depth analysis of various factors such as location, size, condition, and recent sales of comparable properties in the surrounding area. The appriaser will prepare an appraisal report that serves as a vital tool in determining the fair market value of a property. This data is then used to determine the property’ value.

The Importance of an Appriasal

The Appraisal Process is essential for both buyers and sellers. It provides buyers with an unbiased assessment of the propertiy’s value, which can be used in negotiations with the seller. It helps ensure that the buyer is paying a fair price for the property. Additionally, lenders often require an appraisal before approving a mortgage loan, as it helps protect their investments by confirming that the property is worth the amount being borrowed.

For sellers an appraisal can be beneficial in pricing their property accurately. The valuation can be used to attract potential buyers and justify the asking price. Furthermore, an appraisal an help prevent the property from bieng overpriced, which can lead to it lingering on the market for an extended period.

Factors Considered in an Appriasal

During the appraisal process, appraisers consider a wide range of factors that can influence the value of a property. These factors include:

  • Location: The location of a property is a significant determinant of its value. Factors such as proximity to amenities, schools, transportation, and desireable neighborhoods can impact the value.
  • Size and condition: The size and condition of a property play a vital role in its value. Larger properties with more square footage generally have higher valudes. Additionally, properties in good condition, with minimal maintenance or repair needs, are typically valued higher.
  • Comparable Sales: Appraiswers look at recent sales of similar properties in the area to determine the value of the property being appraised. These comparable sales provide a benchmark for assessing the property’s value.
  • Market Conditions: The overall state of the real estate market can influence property values. During a buyer’s market, where supply exceeds demand, property values may be lower. Conversely, during a seller’s market, where demand outpaces supply, property values may be higher.
  • Economic Factors: Economic conditions, such as interest rates, inflation, and job growth, can impact property values. A strong economy with low interest rates and robust job growth can drive up property values, while a weak economy can have the opposite effect.

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