Why must the appraiser view the inside of the property?
It is necessary for the appraiser to view the interior of the property to document the amenities and determine the quality and condition of each property. This information is then entered into a computerized valuation system and a property value is calculated. This valuation system is based on sales information extracted from the Washington County real estate market.

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1. Am I notified when my property is going to be appraised?
2. How often must the appraiser review my property?
3. What happens if I do not let the appraiser in my home?
4. Why must the appraiser view the inside of the property?
5. Will the appraiser be able to tell me what the value of my property is at the conclusion of my appointment?