Real estate appraisers are experts in real estate appraisals, but they can also get you into trouble.
The process can be confusing and the questions can seem confusing.
The Wakegov appraiser offers a comprehensive overview of real estate appraisal in the U.S. and Canada.
Wakegov helps you understand what it means to be an appraiser in the real estate industry and what you need before you sign on the dotted line.
What is an appraisal?
An appraisal is a contract between a buyer and seller that is negotiated.
The buyer pays the seller a percentage of the sale price and the seller gives the buyer an appraisal value.
The appraiser then pays the buyer’s share to the buyer.
The seller receives the appraisal value and then sells the property.
The final price of the property is then listed in the local newspaper, or in a broker’s online listing.
Wake, Inc. is a leading provider of real-estate appraisements, real estate market analysis and data, and other real estate services.
Wake and its affiliates provide real estate listings, appraisal services, and real estate analytics to a broad range of customers.
Wake is recognized as one of the largest and most highly rated real estate professionals in the world.
It is part of the American Realtors, the industry’s largest and oldest trade group.
Wake works with a wide variety of realtor clients and their families and offers an online real estate analysis platform for its clients to review the realtors property records and assess their properties.
How do I apply for an appraisal?
To apply for a Wakegov appraisal, contact us at [email protected] or call 1-800-737-3245.
You will need a completed application, a copy of the buyer and the buyer�s date of birth, the buyer names and addresses, and a copy from the seller, the appraisal fee and the sales price.
You must also provide the following information: Name of buyer (required) Address of buyer� s address (required if using an automated system) Date of birth (required unless using an online system) Signature of buyer.
You can find out more about the application process by clicking here.
What are the fees?
The Wakegov process is free.
Wake takes a fee from the buyer for every property it sells.
The fees are as follows:Appraisal fees: Appraisals are based on a buyer� in the process of purchasing a property and the property’s market value.
Wake will pay you the appraisal amount and the amount of the appraisal charge.
The amount you pay for Wake�s appraisal depends on how much you are willing to pay for the property and whether you can afford to pay the fee.
A buyer can ask for up to $3,000 for a property if they are willing pay the appraisal fees.
The fee is not refundable.
If the buyer is unable to pay, Wake will refund any payment received by Wake.
Sales price fees: Sales price is the actual selling price of a property.
Wake also charges sales price fees when the seller pays Wake for the actual sale price of their property.
This is paid by the seller for each sale of a Wake property.
You pay the seller�s sales price fee for each transaction and then Wake pays it back to you.
This process is called “delinquency fee” and is typically $15 for each property.
If you do not want to pay sales price and if the seller can pay you, Wake can sell the property for less.
The remaining sale price is due to Wake when the property has sold.
The sales price is then the sum of the sales prices of all the properties that have sold in the last five years.
The total amount paid by Wake for a real estate sale is the difference between the actual sales price of all properties that sold in five years and the actual purchase price of each property sold.
How does Wake handle the buyer?
When a buyer registers for an appraise, Wake asks the buyer to sign a statement of intent.
This statement of intention includes the following:I do not hold myself out to be a professional in the appraisal field, nor do I represent to you that I am an expert in real-property appraisal.
I am simply trying to help you to understand how the realtor process works and how the Wake system works.
The buyer is then asked to complete the Wake Property Report form and provide the information requested by Wake to confirm the buyer has read and understood the agreement between Wake and the purchaser.
The purchaser then has to complete Wake� Property Report Form, and Wake is then notified that the buyer approved of the Wake Report Form.
How much does Wake pay?
Appraises are paid by an agent, not by the buyer or the seller.
The agent must be licensed in the state of California and meet all other requirements for real estate sales.
Wake pays Wake an annual fee for the Wake agent