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U.S: Housing market’s latest obstacle: Appraisals

Posted on 28 January 2013

What’s that $1 million house really worth? Depends who you ask. To determine the value of a property, appraisers are supposed to review purchase prices of similar, nearby homes that sold in the past six months. But when a property is much pricier than others in the neighborhood, it can be hard to find similar examples close by. As a result, their asking prices are often out of whack with values that are later determined by appraisals.
“The higher you go up the ladder in value generally the less data you have,” says Danny Wiley, chief appraiser for LSI, an appraisal-management company based in Irvine, Calif………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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