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    Real Estate Appraisers in Belleville

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    Business Listing   HOAG Edward Appraisals - Belleville, IL - Phone: (618) 235-0082

    Business Listing   Hormberg Appraisal CO - Belleville, IL - Phone: (618) 235-5244

    Business Listing   Lunte Realty & Appraisal - Belleville, IL - Phone: (618) 235-0763

    Business Listing   Martin Appraisal Company - Belleville, IL - Phone: (618) 235-4452

    Business Listing   Schneider Lynn Appraiser - Belleville, IL - Phone: (618) 235-3964

    Business Listing   Seppi Real Estate & Appraisal CO Inc - Belleville, IL - Phone: (618) 277-6622

    Business Listing   TADE Appraisal CO - Belleville, IL - Phone: (618) 398-8000

    Business Listing   Vassen John A RL Estate - Belleville, IL - Phone: (618) 277-8705

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    Helpful Definition for: Real Estate Appraisers

    Real estate appraisers in Belleville are needed because compared to, corporate stock, real estate transacts very infrequently. The appraiser usually provides a written report on the value of frequent trading and product differentiation, unlike stocks, means that sometimes appraisers are needed to figure out a property's value to his or her client. The real estate appraiser's opinion is based on market value, in Belleville and also based on the highest and best use of the real property.

    The real estate appraisals are for a certain type of value like, foreclosure value, fair market value, distressed sale value and investment value.

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