Estate Settlement Appraisals in NC by Alamance Appraisals
The task of settling an estate, often a source of stress is very important. As an executor you have been entrusted to carry out the wishes of the deceased as promptly and exactly as possible. You can count on us to act quickly and with as much compassion to the feelings of everyone involved.
Part of Alamance Appraisals's focus is to produce top-notch, ethical appraisals that attorneys can depend on. There are specific needs for everyone; we realize these needs and are familiar to dealing with all parties involved. Among our staff, we are accustomed to dealing with the courts in providing reports that exceed their demands.
Contact us immediately to discuss your personal estate appraisal essentials and how we can put our knowledge to work for you.
Settling an estate generally requires an appraisal to ascertain fair market value for the property in question. It's understandable that ordering getting an appraisal is the farthest thought from your mind. Because of this, now and then there will be times that the date of an appraisal deviates from the time of death. Alamance Appraisals assures that our appraisers are comfortable with the procedures and requirements requested by the IRS and NC revenue agencies to perform a retroactive appraisal with an effective date and fair market value estimate matching the date you suffered the loss of your loved one. The ethical requirements explained within the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) keeps us to confidentiality, providing the highest degree of privacy for you and your loved ones.
People often forget that the IRS requires reports filed to show the numbers involved in estate sales.
An accurate report showing the appraiser's opinion of value is required to support the methods the appraiser used to come to his conclusions. A report of this caliber will certainly substantiate your claim that the numbers displayed within the report are well-founded and accurate.
Alamance Appraisals will provide an substantiated appraisal report, which will give an executor solid facts and numbers that will meet IRS and revenue agency requirements. It assures peace of mind to everyone concerned because we are there to stand behind the report if it is ever challenged.
A comprehensive report showing the appraiser's opinion of value is required to support the methods the appraiser used to come to his conclusions.