Bankruptcy Appraisal

If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, a bankruptcy appraisal report from Gwinnett County Property Appraiser may be required for any real estate that you and your spouse own. This is the case for both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The value of your home must be based on current market conditions and recent sales within your neighborhood.

Experience & Credibility

Gwinnett County Property Appraiser has the experience and knows what is necessary to make a valuation report credible and accepted in court. We have been providing valuation services since 2002. We have the necessary qualification and the reputation to back up our valuations and the expertise to lend credibility to our bankruptcy appraisal reports.

Quality Appraisal Reports

It is important that the appraisal that you get is accurate and accepted in court. There are several different types of reports to choose from. It may be tempting to get one of the cheaper options, such as an online report. The less expensive options are less detailed and may not be accepted by the judge in court. If this occurs, you will not only have to pay for a credible appraisal anyway, but you may also have to pay your attorney more money to go back to court.

Local Appraisers

It is important that the bankruptcy appraiser you choose be knowledgeable about current market conditions in your particular neighborhood. At Gwinnett County Property Appraiser, we know that making the decision to file for bankruptcy is difficult enough without having to worry about finding the right appraiser. Our appraisers are exceptionally qualified to supply the needed bankruptcy appraisals and are usually from right in your neighborhood.