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Appraisals following an Earthquake

Appraisals following an Earthquake

When you people think of Utah, they don’t usually think of it as “Earthquake Country”.  However, after last week’s 5.7 quake in Magna and the subsequent aftershocks ranging from 3.0 to 4.6, Utah residents are quickly learning of the earthquake…

How to Build Equity in Your Home

Building home equity is one of the many financial benefits to homeownership, but sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. Increasing your property value through renovations or home additions, and paying off your mortgage, seem like the most straightforward…

Price per Square Foot Misconceptions

Hi. I’m Matt Frentheway with Aspen Appraisal Group. I’ve been appraising since 2004 in Northern Utah and I’m a Certified Residential Appraiser. The purpose of this video today is to talk about some of the common misconceptions that people have…

Appraisals for rennovations

When it comes to your home, there are probably a few things you aren’t thrilled with. Maybe your kitchen isn’t large enough, or you’d like a finished basement. For whatever the reason, home improvement projects are becoming more popular.  Home…

Basements and Appraisals

Did you know basements and finished attics are the easiest way to increase living area for the lowest cost? They’re also included in your home’s value if done correctly. So if you’ve ever heard to stay away, now’s your chance…

Understanding your appraisal

Every appraisal is different so reading them can be hard. If your last appraiser used a uniform report, you might notice the similarities in report, but if the appraiser has their own unique report, it’s easy to feel a little…

Appraising Horse Property

Appraising Horse Property

Equine properties can be among the hardest to appraise due to the time between sales and variances of size and amenities of each property. Typically, a comparable sale should be within the past 12 months, but the appraisal will also…

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