ACCESS YOUR SERVICE TEAM:
In order to fully serve our clients, our clients are assigned a service team
to standby for account assistance. Access your account and contact your service
team members that are standing by online.
As a user you will be able to order and track appraisals, request bids,
access reports, plus use other powerful features all online.
GET A FREE USER ACCOUNT NOW:
As a user you will save time using our web site. Also you will have
unlimited access to our entire site and all of it's functions! Your contact information
remains in our database and is never transmitted to outside sources.
ORDER & TRACK APPRAISALS ONLINE:
Ordering and tracking appraisals have never been easier. As a user you will have the
ability to order appraisals completely online and also check their status as well.
STAY CURRENT WITH MARKET DATA:
Check often with our web site to stay informed of market info. Our Press Releases
and Market Studies keep you informed of industy trends and changes. We encourage all of our
clients to request market studies for topics they have an interest in. As we lay out our
future studies, we always want to make sure we are choosing topics of greatest interest to
Got a Question, Ask the Appraiser:
One of the newest features of the website is the "Ask the Appraiser" funtion.
This allows anyone to ask a question regarding appraisal, the industry or the
marketplace. To ask a question all you need to do is to click the Submit New Questions text
at the bottom of the section. From there, fill in your contact information
and ask your question. We will either contact you directly, send an email or if
we determine your question is something that multiple people need to know about,
we will publish it on the website. Your name will always remain confidential.
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