It is really very tough to understand appraisal industry, as we know there are many myths and real facts about it.
Here are few points to describe myths and truths about it -
Myth: The value that is measured by the Davis County Appraiser is required to be exactly the same as the market value.
Reality: This usually isn't correct; most states do support the idea that the assessed value is the same as market value, but not always.
Myth: Depending on whether the appraisal is drawn up for the purchaser or the supplier, the cost of the house will differ.
Reality: The value of the property does not affect the pay of the appraiser; because of this, the Utah County Appraiser has no pressured interest in the price of the house. This means that he will provide job with neutrality and objectivity regardless of for whom the appraisal is offered.
Myth: Any time market value is concluded, it should equal the replacement cost of the property.
Reality: Market value is based on what a keen buyer would likely pay a ready seller for a certain home, with neither being under unnecessary power to buy/sell.
Myth: Certain formulae, like the price per square foot of the assets, are the methods appraisers use to decide the value of a property.
Reality: There are many varying computations that an appraiser will use to make a full analysis of every factor in deliberation of the property, such as the size, condition, location, how close it is to unwanted facilities and the sales prices of recently sold equivalent properties.