Typically how much we should pay for value a commercial property (Appraise) and how long it takes? Any lists?

In Buying Property - Asked by american c. - Aug 4, 2010
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sudersan j.
Broker/Agent
Houston, TX

Hello Mr. American
Please contact your local commercial Broker. The broker will help you get what you want and earn their commission.

Aug 5, 2010
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Chris G.
Broker/Agent
Edison, NJ

$2000 2 weeks on a property from a qualified appraiser

Aug 5, 2010
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William F. K.
Appraiser
Bay Head, NJ

The price for a commerical property appraisal is generally negotiable depending on the type and size of the subject property, the scope of work and level of detail required by the client (i.e. Restricted Use, Summary, or Self Contained), and how quickly the client needs the final appraisal report. Typical fees range anywhere from $1,500 to $10,000 and higher. Consulting with an appraiser who is active in and knows the subject property's market is a good starting point.

Aug 9, 2010
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DAVID B.
Broker/Agent
Los Angeles, CA

Couple of grand, couple of weeks. A commercial real estate broker typically can give you a better analysis if you are interested in the current fair market value. That is complimentary and takes about a week.

Aug 10, 2010
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Monica M.
Owner/Investor
Valencia, CA

You can get a quick commercial appraisal for $25. Make sure you have the GOI ready for input as well as the age of the building.

Sep 8, 2010
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