Estate Planning, Taxes, or Date of Death
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For those with estate planning appraisal needs, Aladdin Appraisal offers expert guidance on the complexities of appraising a property when there’s a death, inheritance, or other circumstances. Our certified appraisers are experienced in accurately evaluating properties in these difficult situations and offer the most comprehensive expertise.
Since estate settlement is one of those things people are often unfamiliar with, we hope to offer you a glimpse into the process. Here is a more detailed look, with some key insights on how settling an estate works.
An estate planning appraisal is often ordered between three to six months after an estate death or property inheritance to establish its value for tax purposes. It is common, but not unusual, for these appointments to be made by an attorney or accountant. Sometimes they may be ordered immediately, and other times, the time span can extend out as long as a year.
The Retrospective Appraisal
Estate settlements often involve appraising a home based on the day of death, making this process typically referred to as the date of death appraisal. In addition to asking for a retrospective or date of death appraisal, sometimes the ordering party will request a “current value” valuation to determine market value during the settlement process. Regardless of how you value your property, our team at Aladdin Appraisal will make it an easy and stress-free process for you.
Find out Which Appraisal you Need
Different estates will require different types of appraised values explained by an attorney or accountant. It can be difficult to find out on your own which type of appraisal your estate will need but don’t worry we can help. We work closely with attorneys and accountants to get the right appraised value on your behalf.
Adam Wiener is the Senior Appraiser who has a decade of experience in estate and date of death valuations. Adam Wiener is often relied on by lawyers, accountants, and financial planners when in need of an expert opinion on valuing real estates after an estate settlement.
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You can trust us for the best service, value, and appraisals. We’ll help you with your real estate decisions and make them with care. Reach out with any questions you might have and see what others say about Aladdin Appraisal on our “Praise” page. Contact us today at (617) 517-3711 for a complimentary price quote for your estate planning appraisal and all other appraisals.