Property Valuations in Florida
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Property valuation is the process in which the worth of a piece of property
is determined. Also referred to as a “property assessment,”
property valuations typically occur when a residence is being sold and
purchased. Oftentimes these assessments are done by a private party or
by an appraiser hired by the real estate company.
As with most
real estate endeavors, property valuations can pose a number of conflicts, especially
when parties are in disagreement over the value of the property. If you
find yourself in the midst of a heated battle involving a property appraiser
who is not accurately estimating the worth of your property, we invite
you to contact a trusted legal professional from
Chesser & Barr, P.A.
Don’t face a real estate conflict alone! Call (850) 610-7471 to learn
how our firm can help today!
Common Property Valuation Conflicts
There are a number of factors that can account for property valuation conflicts.
When faced with such issues, the best step you can take towards resolving
the issue is retaining representation to ensure that you are not being
short changed in any way.
Common examples of property valuation conflicts can include:
- Accidental errors
- Confusion of laws
Our Firm is Here to Help
At Chesser & Barr, P.A., we make it our duty to ensure that our clients
receive the level of respect one would expect from a close friend or family
member. We aim to resolve your legal issues efficiently, but if we find
that a favorable solution cannot be secured through negotiations and settlements,
we are prepared to fight on your behalf in front of a judge. Our Emerald
Coast real estate attorneys are well-versed in property management law
and are proud to protect what’s most important to you.
We’re ready to hear from you! Contact Chesser & Barr, P.A. today to
schedule a free consultation.