Andersen Appraisal
Home Appraiser


Real Estate Appraisal

Affordable Real Estate Appraisal online special call 909.985.0271. A full service residential appraisal company servicing San Bernardino County, Orange County and Los Angeles County for 42 yrs. with extensive appraisal knowledge of these cities and the surrounding areas of Anaheim, Arcadia, El Monte, Alhambra, Baldwin Park, Pasadena, West Covina, Rosemead, San Bernardino, Adelanto, Apple Valley, Chino Hills, Chino, Colton, Fontana, Grand Terrace, Hesperia, Highland, Loma Linda, Montclair, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands, Rialto, Upland, Victorville, Yucaipa, Claremont, La Verne, Pomona, San Dimas, Glendora, with accurate and affordable appraisal services. We offer Estate Planning Appraisals, Date of Death Appraisals, Divorce Appraisals, Bankruptcy Appraisals, Foreclosure Appraisals, Short Sale Appraisals. John Andersen Real Estate Appraisal has an intimate knowledge of the area and local markets. We are a service first business that earns business through repeat clients and referrals, and strives to serve our clients’ interests at every turn.

Home Appraisal

The role of the appraiser is to provide objective, impartial, and unbiased opinions about the value of real property providing assistance to those who own, manage, sell, invest in, and/or lend money on the security of real estate.

Estate Appraisal

A large number of attorneys, accountants, financial planners and tax professionals have come to rely on John Andersen Real Estate Appraisals opinion when formulating real property values during estate settlement proceedings.

Divorce Appraisal

Most state courts require a recent appraisal to determine a home's fair market value. If you had an appraisal done more than six months ago but didn't get around to immediately filing for divorce, it may no longer be viable.

Bankruptcy Appraisal

A bankruptcy appraisal is the best way to prove to the court that your value, as written in your bankruptcy documents, is accurate. The experience, credibility and industry reputation of the appraiser are critical to the bankruptcy judge in accepting or rejecting your home valuation as accurate.

About Us

Our Senior Appraiser, John Andersen, With over 42 years of residential appraisal experience, John Andersen Real Estate Appraisal has the expertise to serve clients in a timely and accurate manner, providing first rate service and top quality work while providing consumers with valuable information about the value of their property and others in their area. Call us today at: 909.985.0271.

Estate and Date of Death Appraisal

The settlement of an estate is one of those things that most people understand little about until they go through the experience. When an estate transfers ownership due to death or inheritance, it is estremely common for a real estate appraisal to be ordered for estate tax purposes.

Estate Appraisal

  • Our experience tells us that estate appraisals are typically ordered from 2-6 months after the date of death of a loved one or inheritance of real property.
  • Retrospective appraisals are also common in estate settlement situations. This will involve appraising the home based on a ‘prior date’ which is typically the owner’s date of death.
  • This is the reason estate appraisals are often referred to as ‘date of death’ appraisals.
  • In addition to a retrospective, or date of death, appraisal during the process, often times the client ordering the appraisal will also request a ‘current value’ appraisal to establish current market value for the sale or settlement between beneficiaries.
  • Remember, every estate situation is unique and the type of appraised value required depends on the idividual needs of the estate.Regardless of your needs or timing issues, our certified appraiser John Andersen understands the complexities involved in determining the value of a property under these trying circumstances and we’ll provide you with the best possible experience.

Divorce Appraisal

In a contested divorce, spouses often want their own separate appraisals. If two appraisers reach different values, a judge might compromise between them and value the house at a point in between. In this case, spouses usually pay for their own appraisals. In more amicable divorces, you might decide to use one appraiser and split the cost between you.

What Happens:

  • Appraisers typically begin by inspecting your home and making a comprehensive list of all its features or lack of them.
  • They then compare your home to others like it that have sold in your area during the preceding six months.
  • If your home has marketable features that the others don't share, the appraiser will add to your home's value.
  • The same applies in reverse. If your home doesn't have features that the others offer, the appraiser will deduct from its value.
  • Ultimately, the fair market value of your home is typically the average sales price of the others, plus or minus a dollar amount for its unique features and condition.

Real Estate Appraisal Gallery

Real Estate Appraisal- San Bernardino, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Upland, Fontana, Chino, Rialto, Ca. and surrounding areas.

Real Estate Appraisals

Real estate appraisal, property valuation or land valuation is the process of developing an opinion of value for real property (usually market value). Real estate transactions often require appraisals because they occur infrequently and every property is unique (especially their location, a key factor in valuation). Appraisal reports form the basis for mortgage loans, settling estates and divorces, taxation, and so on. Sometimes an appraisal report is used to set the sale price of a property.