Liquidation Appraisal

Posted on November 24, 2010


A Liquidation Appraisal estimates the value of the home when it is sold in a forced sale, often for a much lower value. A Liquidation Appraisal must show Notice of Default and Notice of Intent to Foreclose.
A Relocation Appraisal estimates what your house will sell for. The relocation companies need two appraisals to figure the market value.
A VA Appraisal (Veterans Administration Appraisal) is for a United States veteran, or one who has served in the armed forces. These appraisals are needed to make sure that the home that is security for a Veterans Administration backed loan is worth as much as the loan amount.

See more information on the Veterans Administration website, the FTC website and the HUD website.

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See for more details.  Christine Axsmith, Esq. is a Washington, DC – based attorney specializing in foreclosure fraud, illegal foreclosure, real estate fraud.  Her credentials can be viewed at her LinkedIn profile.  The Axsmith Law website has a wealth of information for review related to elder law and foreclosure prevention. 

Other sources of valuable information are the AARP website, the Federal Trade Commission website and the HUD website.  See Axsmith Law web site to speak to an attorney.