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APPRAISAL REPORT CONTENTS


Properly prepared appraisals are written reports which comply with Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). They are based upon established appraisal principles, theories, practice methods, and code of ethics.

They are legal documents prepared for Clients which can include individuals, courts, institutions, businesses, and other intended users. They involve more than simply listing property and attaching ‘guestimates’ of value.

The content and format of each appraisal report varies according to the specific assignment. To meet the American Society of Appraisers standards, the Appraisal Report should contain the following information:


Cover Page


Table of Contents


Transmittal Letter


Signed Certificate


Assignment and Scope of Work


Subject Property Description


Market Analysis and Valuation Conclusion


Limiting Conditions


Sources of Data and Authorities Cited


Privacy Policy Notification


Appraiser's Credentials


Glossary


Photographs


Reports pepared in compliance with IRS specifications are more extensive.