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Temecula Median Home Price Chart

The median home appraisal value in Temecula California is $464,796 as of May 6, 2018. In recent years, Temecula home values dropped to a low of $261k in July 2009. The median listing price for property in Temecula is $224 per square foot as of March 2018.

Foreclosure rates dropped from a high of 56.67% in September 2008 to a rate of 0.79% in August 2017. Mortgage delinquency is the first step in the foreclosure process. This is when a homeowner fails to make a mortgage payment. The mortgage delinquency rate in Temecula is 1.3%.

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Collins and Associates, based near Temecula, Riverside County, California, can provide you with an appraisal report in a format that best suits your needs. We follow USPAP guidelines for all our reports. Because of our over 40 years of experience, we can help you determine which option is best for you. Residential and commercial property have different uses and requirements. You many need a full narrative report for full disclosure in commercial transactions, or you may need a restricted appraisal report for your personal use in making business and legal decisions.

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Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP)

Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) is the appraisal report standard for real property, personal property, intangibles and business valuations in the United States. USPAP was first developed in the 1980s by a joint committee representing the major US and Canadian appraisal organizations. While USPAP answers a specific regulatory need in the US, other professional organizations throughout North America, South America, Europe, and Asia have adopted these standards. Since 2006, USPAP has been updated in a 2 year cycle, which begins on January 1 of even number years. While USPAP provides a minimum set of quality control standards for property appraisals in the US, it does not prescribe the specific methods to be used. USPAP simply requires that appraisers be familiar with and correctly utilize those methods which would be acceptable to other appraisers familiar with the assignment at hand and acceptable to the intended users of the appraisal. USPAP directs this through what is called the Scope of Work rule. At the onset of an assignment, an appraiser is obligated to gather certain specified preliminary data about the project, such as the nature of the property to be appraised, the basis of value (e.g. market, investment, impaired, unimpaired), the interests appraised (e.g. fee, partial), important assumptions, and the effective date of the valuation. Based on this and other key information, the appraiser relies on peer-reviewed methodology to formulate an acceptable workplan.

Appraisal Report Types

Uniform Residential Appraisal Report (URAR)

A Uniform Residential Appraisal Report (URAR) is one of the most common forms used in real estate appraisal which was created to allow for standard reporting and analysis of single-family dwellings. It is also suitable for a building in a planned unit development (PUD). It is not meant to be used for appraisals of manufactured homes or condos.

Uniform Residential Appraisal Report (URAR) Requirements

– Interior and exterior inspection of subject property.
– Street map that shows location of subject property and all comparable properties used.
– Exterior building sketch of improvements that indicates dimensions.
– Clear, descriptive photographs of subject property and comparable sales used.
– Subject: Basic information such as client’s name, address, legal description, owner’s and/or borrower’s names.
– Contract: Information on contract for appraisals in which a change of ownership is to occur.
– Site: Data on size, shape, zoning, access to utilities, and FEMA flood-zone information.
– Improvements: Physical characteristics of property, such as age, materials, and condition.
– Sales comparison approach: Grid analysis.

Single User Restricted Use Appraisal Report

A Single User Appraisal Report, Restricted Appraisal Report, or Restricted Use Appraisal Report contains minimal detail and is intended to be relied upon by the client only, not any other party. It may not be fully understood without secondary documentation, which is only available to the client. Although its use is uncommon, it does serve two very specific purposes – increased privacy and reduced costs. Several situations in which this type of appraisal report is useful is related to legal action, tax issues, or private business decisions. The Restricted Appraisal Report has one primary goal – to determine the value of the property. It is not intended for public use. It is specifically designed to let the client know the valuation of the property – and that is it. The side benefit from this type of report is that it requires less time to produce, therefore it is a less expensive alternative to a full report.

The minimum reporting requirements of the Restricted Appraisal Report are:

– Identity of client and any intended users, by name or type.
– Statement of use restriction that limits use of report only to client.
– Statement of intended use of appraisal.
– Identify of subject property.
– Identify property interest being appraised.
– Statement of type and definition of value.
– Effective date of appraisal and report.
– Identify scope of work used to develop the appraisal.
– Statement of methods, techniques used, and conclusions.
– Reference the workfile.
– Signed certification in accordance with Standards Rule 2-3.

Summary Appraisal Report Definition

A Summary Appraisal Report summarizes is the most common appraisal report within the industry. It satisfies the needs of lenders and large institutions, without getting into the high level of detail in other types of appraisal reports. Summary Appraisal Reports can have one, two, or three approaches to value, depending on the situation of the property and use of the appraisal. In contrast with a Restricted Use Report, a Summary Report provides more information. In comparison to a Self-Contained Report, a Summary Report provides less information.

A Summary Appraisal Report contains the following:

– Identity of client and any intended users, by name or type.
– Intended use of appraisal.
– Summarize information sufficient to identify property involved in the appraisal, including relevant physical and economic characteristics.
– Property appraised.
– Purpose of appraisal, including type and definition of value.
– Effective date of appraisal and date of report.
– Summarize sufficient information to disclose to client and any intended users of scope of work used.
– State all assumptions, hypothetical conditions, and limiting conditions that affected the analyses, opinions, and conclusions.
– Summarize information analyzed, procedures followed and reasoning that supports the analyses, opinions, and conclusions.
– Use of property as of date of value, and rationale for best use of property.
– Explain any departures from specific requirements of STANDARD 1 or 7, and reason for excluding any of the usual appraisal approaches.
– Signed certification in accordance with Standards Rule 2-3 or 8-3.

Narrative Appraisal Report

All real estate appraisals in the United States are reported as either a Narrative or Form format. This is true for both residential and commercial property. A Narrative appraisal report is descriptive in nature. It could be compared to a white paper, research paper, essay, or similar document. The Narrative style includes visual aids, such as pictures, maps, tables, grids, etc. This report style is often 60-120 pages for a commercial property. Due to the nature of developing this report type, it typically takes longer to develop, and as a result, is the more costly, but much more thorough, option. The Narrative style is most commonly used for commercial appraisals. Almost without exception, lenders will only accept an appraisal of a commercial property via a Narrative format.

Technical Appraisal Report or Review

The methodology for performing a technical review of an existing appraisal falls into two different types: desk review and field review. The mechanics of the technical review will vary depending upon the scope of the assignment, the client, policy requirements, or the nature of the property appraised. Although not all reviewers organize their reports in the same manner, most review reports contain certain common features. The required common features are specified in Standard 3 of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). A technical review appraiser is an appraiser who examines the reports of other appraisers to determine whether their conclusions are consistent with the data reported and with other generally known information.

Temecula Date of Death Valuation, Property Tax Appraisal, Expert Witness Testimony

The date of the death valuation is the fair market value of the assets valued on the decedent’s actual date of death, including:
– Bank, investment and retirement accounts
– Personal effects, business interests and real estate

Collins and Associates provides dependable and accurate property tax appraisals in Temecula, Riverside County, Southern California and beyond. Principal David R. Collins is a licensed Certified General Appraiser (G.A.A., S.C.R.E.A.) with over 40 years of experience. We are an appraiser of commercial, industrial, land, income residential, and residential properties, providing the type of reliable values that banks and major lending institutions require for loans.

Collins and Associates provides experienced real estate expert witness testimony and property appraisals for family court and divorce for commercial and residential real estate.

If you want a private appraisal report that only you have access to, a Restricted Use Appraisal Report might be the best option for you.

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Temecula CA: Property Tax Assessment Appeals

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Collins and Associates, based near Temecula, San Bernardino County, California, can help you with tax assessment appeals that might lower your property taxes.

Selling prices of residential homes, commercial businesses, and real estate property vary widely over a given month or year. It is easy to assess the value of a property or asset when it is sold for it has a real dollar value associated with it. When it comes to property and assets you own, but are not selling, tax assessments can vary widely for these are based upon estimated valuations. As these estimated valuations increase so to do tax assessments. Likewise, as estimated valuations decrease so to do tax assessments. If you think your tax assessment is too high and you want to appeal how much you pay in taxes, there is a process you can follow.

Get a Property Appraisal

An appraisal of your residential home, commercial business, or real estate property by a certified and experienced appraiser (like David Collins and associates based near Temecula, San Bernardino County) will determine the true value of the asset.

Fight the Tax Assessor, Temecula, San Bernardino County

Property taxes are determined by home values, not set by local governments. Different formulas are used to figure property taxes, but all depend on a home's assessed value. Some jurisdictions use a home's actual market value, while others use a percentage of a property's worth. Whatever value is used, it's multiplied by the local tax rate to compute the property's final bill. As home values decrease, so do their assessed values. Homeowners end up paying less even though the tax rate stays the same. With an updated property appraisal in hand, it will make it much easier to persuade the tax collector to lower your tax bill.

The National Taxpayers Union (a Washington DC advocacy group whose goal is to lower taxes), estimates that as much as 60 percent of taxable property in the United States is over-assessed. Despite the growing tax bills, only half of homeowners protest their tax assessments. That means many may be paying more property taxes than necessary.

Many taxpayers fail to fight because they don't understand the process or because they do not want to do the research. This is why it is important to work with an experienced property appraiser. They can do the research, explain the process, and if necessary, contact the tax assessor on your behalf.

Know the Tax Assessment Appeals Process

If you decide on a do-it-yourself appeal, you first need to establish your timeline. When do assessments go out? When is the deadline for appealing? Call your local tax assessor's office for this information. Deadlines, along with the appeals process, can vary from locality to locality. So does the amount of time permitted for an appeal. Sometimes a homeowner might have only 30 days to appeal. In other jurisdictions, you could have up to 120 days. If your request for an appeal arrives at the tax assessor's office even a day after the protest deadline, you're out of luck and will have to wait until the following year (or sometimes the next assessment, which could be longer) before you can appeal. Once you receive your assessment, it's time to build your case. You need cold, hard facts. Assessments can be appealed on two grounds: a mistake in the assessment of your house or an assessment at a higher rate than comparable homes.

Gather Information to Correct Mistakes

Mistakes happen more often than you think. Many tax assessors don't even come on your property to inspect it. They simply compare a written description of your home with that of similar properties in your neighborhood. A home's square footage, for example, might have been incorrectly calculated on original construction documents. Obvious mistakes aren't difficult to identify. Is the inhabitable square footage correct? Does the assessment say your home has four bedrooms when it only has three? You should also consider checking the assessment's accuracy by comparing it with a recent appraisal of your property. If you don't have one, hire an appraiser for a new evaluation. Make sure that any property changes, particularly those that would negatively affect the value of your home, are part of the assessment. For example, maybe a bridge has fallen down near your home, making your house much less accessible (and less valuable). Don't forget any modifications you've made. If you've torn down a garage to increase garden space, your home's value likely would be less.

David R Collins and associates, based near Temecula, San Bernardino County, CA, can assist with every aspect of tax assessment appeals.

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Temecula CA Fast Food Franchise Business Valuations & Appraisals

Collins and Associates provides dependable and accurate Business & Company Valuations for commercial property in Temecula, California, and beyond. Principal David R. Collins is a licensed Certified General Appraiser (G.A.A., S.C.R.E.A.) with over 40 years of experience. We provide commercial appraisals and valuations for a fast food franchise, car wash, hotel / motel, or gas station with the type of reliable values that banks and major lending institutions require for loans.

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Business Valuations and Appraisals

Fast Food Franchise LogosBusiness valuations and appraisals are estimates of the economic value of an owner’s interest in a business, such as a fast food franchise, car wash, restaurant, gas station, bar, etc. Valuations are often used to resolve disputes related to estate and gift taxation, shareholder disputes, divorce litigation, and to make other business decisions which require knowing the value of certain business assets.

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Dunkin' Donuts
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Fatburger
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Valuation Standards

Fair Market Value - a value of a business determined between a willing buyer and a willing seller both in full knowledge of all the relevant facts.
Investment Value - a value a business has to a particular investor.
Intrinsic Value - the measure of business value that reflects the investor's in-depth understanding of the company's economic potential.

Business valuation results can vary considerably depending upon overall goals. In an actual business sale, it would be expected that the buyer and seller, each with an incentive to achieve an optimal outcome, would determine the fair market value of a business asset that would compete in the market for such an acquisition. If the synergies are specific to the company being valued, they may not be considered. Fair value also does not incorporate discounts for lack of control or marketability.

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Headquartered in near Temecula, California, Collins and Associates provides experienced real estate expert witness testimony and property appraisals for family court and divorce for commercial and residential real estate. We provide a broad scope of real estate appraisal services, including:

HUD/FHA appraisals
Mortgage refinance appraisals
Conventional lending appraisals
Determining market value for a sale
Land – raw to finished sites, including tracts
Proposed construction
Single family residence – tract to custom homes
Small income units
Apartments buildings
Commercial property – specialty car wash, motel, fast food
Industrial properties
Tax assessment appeals (reducing property taxes)
REO / Foreclosure appraisals
Business valuations and appraisals
Consulting and feasibility studies
Appraisal reviews
Real estate consulting
Attorney appraisals / Legal matters: expert witness, divorce
Accountant appraisals – date of death, family trust valuation
IRS appraisals
Feasibility studies
Rental surveys

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Temecula California Eminent Domain Just Compensation Appraisal

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Collins and Associates helps determine just compensation for eminent domain cases near Temecula, Riverside County, California.

What is the Definition of Eminent Domain

Federal, state, and local governments may take or regulate private property through their power of eminent domain.

Eminent Domain Clause in the Fifth Amendment of the US Constitution

The Fifth Amendment to the US Constitution states in part: “...nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.” It requires government to provide just compensation to the owner of the private property to be taken. A variety of property rights are subject to eminent domain, such as air, water, and land rights. The government takes private property through condemnation proceedings. Throughout these proceedings, the property owner has the right of due process.

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Examples of Eminent Domain Public Use

– Fire Stations
– Libraries
– Police Stations
– Roads
– Schools

Eminent Domain Condemnation Proceedings

Condemnation proceedings vary according to state and federal laws. A proceeding does not require court involvement if the condemnor and landowner enter into a contract for the taking of the property for a public use. Condemnation usually consists of two phases: proceedings that relate to the right of the condemnor to take the property, and proceedings to set the amount of compensation to be paid for the property taken. The commencement of the proceedings does not curtail ordinary use of the condemned property by the owner as long as the use does not substantially change the condition of the property or its value.

Eminent Domain Private Property Rights

The private property owner has the right to due process during condemnation proceedings. He or she must be notified in a timely manner and must be given a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the issues of whether the use is public and whether the compensation is just. Due process considerations mandate that the landowner receive an opportunity to present evidence and to confront or cross-examine witnesses. The owner has an automatic right to appeal.

Eminent Domain Just Compensation Appraisal near Temecula, CA

Collins and Associates can assist the landowner with a property appraisal that determines the value of private property.

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Collins and Associates LogoCollins and Associates
Temecula, CA
Phone: 562.694.4920

Contact Person:
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Temecula Date of Death Valuation for Real Estate, Property Tax Appraisal

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Based near Temecula, Collins and Associates provides Date of Death Valuation for Real Estate and Property Tax Appraisals. When calculating the date of death valuation for federal estate tax purposes, there are two different values that can be used: the date of death value and the alternate valuation date value.

Temecula Date of Death Valuation for Real Estate

The date of the death valuation is the fair market value of the assets valued on the decedent’s actual date of death, including:
- Bank, investment and retirement accounts
- Personal effects, business interests and real estate

For publicly traded stocks, he average of the high and low prices on the date of death multiplied by the number of shares the decedent owned is used. If the death occurs on a day when the stock market is closed, then the average prices for the stock on the trading days immediately before and after the date of death are used.

For personal effects, business interests and real estate, the appraised fair market value on the date of death is used.

Temecula Alternate Valuation Date

The alternate valuation date value is the fair market value of the all of assets included in the decedent’s gross estate six months after the date of death. Under the Internal Revenue Code, the Personal Representative is allowed to choose whether to use the date of death values or the alternate valuation date values.

Why would the Personal Representative choose the alternate valuation date values instead of the date of death values? Because if one or more of the estate assets have lost a significant amount of value during the six months after death, then the estate tax bill can be reduced. If the alternate valuation date values are used, however, then all of the assets must be revalued, not just ones that have gone down in value.

Temecula Property Tax Appraisal

Collins and Associates provides dependable and accurate appraisals in Temecula, Riverside County, Southern California and beyond. Principal David R. Collins is a licensed Certified General Appraiser (G.A.A., S.C.R.E.A.) with over 40 years of experience. We are an appraiser of commercial, industrial, land, income residential, and residential properties, providing the type of reliable values that banks and major lending institutions require for loans.

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Temecula, CA
Phone: 562.694.4920

Contact Person:
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Temecula CA Hotel – Motel Business Valuations & Appraisal Services

Collins and Associates provides dependable and accurate Hotel – Motel Business Valuations & Appraisal Services for commercial property in Temecula, California, and beyond. Principal David R. Collins is a licensed Certified General Appraiser (G.A.A., S.C.R.E.A.) with over 40 years of experience. We provide commercial appraisals and valuations for a fast food franchise, car wash, hotel / motel, or gas station with the type of reliable values that banks and major lending institutions require for loans.

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Business Valuations and Appraisals

Hotel LogosBusiness valuations and appraisals are estimates of the economic value of an owner’s interest in a business, such as a fast food franchise, car wash, restaurant, gas station, bar, etc. Valuations are often used to resolve disputes related to estate and gift taxation, shareholder disputes, divorce litigation, and to make other business decisions which require knowing the value of certain business assets.

Hotel – Motel Chains near Temecula, CA

Accor
AmericInn
The Ascott Limited
Best Western Hotels
Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group: Radisson, Country Inns & Suites, Park Inn
Choice Hotels: Cambria Suites, Clarion Hotel, Clarion Inn, Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Econo Lodge, Mainstay Suites, Quality Inn, Rodeway Inn, Sleep Inn
Drury Hotels
Fairmont Raffles Hotels and Resorts
Herrera Global: The Four Seasons
Hilton Worldwide: DoubleTree Hotel, Embassy Suites, Hampton Inn & Suites, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Hilton Garden Inn, Homewood Suites
Home Inns
Hyatt Hotels
InTown Suites
Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG): Candlewood Suites, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn, Staybridge Suites
La Quinta Inns & Suites
Loews Hotels
Marriott International: Courtyard by Marriott, Fairfield Inn, Residence Inn, Springhill Suites, TownePlace Suites
Millennium Hotels
Motel 6
Omni Hotels & Resorts
The Peninsula Hotels
Regent Hotels & Resorts
Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts
Shilo Inns
Starwood Hotels and Resorts: Le Meridien, Sheraton, Westin
Vantage Hospitality Group: America’s Best Value Inn
Wyndham Worldwide: Baymont Inn & Suites, Days Inn, Hawthorn Suites, Howard Johnson’s, Knights Inn, Ramada, Super 8, Travelodge, Wingate By Wyndham, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts

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What are the Different Types of Accommodations?

Apartment Rental – Usually has a kitchen, sleeping area and bathroom not shared. This is designed for long term accommodations.

Bed and Breakfast – Some sort of breakfast is included with your night stay.

Hotel – Short term overnight accommodation.

Bungalow – A small house or cottage.

Campus or Dorm Room – College room usually with twin beds.

Extended Stay – Usually more like an apartment that rents by the week or month.

Guest House – A house used to rent on a short term basis for travelers

Home exchange or House Swap – This is exchanging your home for another house for a set time period. This is often arranged through a travel service or club that you join.

Hostel – Shared bedrooms & bathrooms. Some hostels have private bedroom or bathrooms at an extra price. Mostly used by young single travelers.

Inn – An inn is a small hotel usually either in the country or with a pub or tavern. A lot of the time they also have food available.

Lodge – Usually out in nature.

Motel – Rooms usually open out to a parking lot. As the name implies it caters mostly to motorists.

Resort – Accommodation providing a wide verity of amenities and recreational facilities. It is more about the experience. Usually used for vacation or getaways.

Unique Themed Accommodations – Cave, Castle, House Boat, Lighthouse, Railway Car, Tree House, Underwater Hotel

Villa – Usually a country estate made up of several buildings or structures tied together.

Valuation Standards

Fair Market Value – a value of a business determined between a willing buyer and a willing seller both in full knowledge of all the relevant facts.
Investment Value – a value a business has to a particular investor.
Intrinsic Value – the measure of business value that reflects the investor’s in-depth understanding of the company’s economic potential.

Business valuation results can vary considerably depending upon overall goals. In an actual business sale, it would be expected that the buyer and seller, each with an incentive to achieve an optimal outcome, would determine the fair market value of a business asset that would compete in the market for such an acquisition. If the synergies are specific to the company being valued, they may not be considered. Fair value also does not incorporate discounts for lack of control or marketability.

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Temecula CA Restricted Use Appraisal Report, Review For Single User
Temecula California Eminent Domain Just Compensation Appraisal
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Temecula, CA
Phone: 562.694.4920

Contact Person:
Temecula Real Estate Property Appraiser

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Temecula Hospital & Medical Office Building Appraisal for Healthcare Property

There are significant differences between property appraisals of health care related medical office buildings / hospitals and standard office buildings. Based near Temecula CA, David R Collins and Associates is a licensed Certified General Appraiser (G.A.A., S.C.R.E.A.) with over 40 years of experience.

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Medical Office Building

We have experience providing appraisals for a variety of health and medical related properties, including:
- Temecula Health Care / Healthcare Facilities
- Temecula Health Clinics
- Temecula Hospice Facilities
- Temecula Hospitals
- Temecula Medical Institutions
- Temecula Medical Office Building (MOB)
- Temecula Pharmacies

Many things must be considered in a medical related appraisal report. Are there any non-medical occupants in the building? Where is the nearest hospital? What is the condition of the building? Where is it located? Also, because the medical industry is heavily regulated, there are a number of financial and legal issues to take into account as well.

Riverside County Hospitals

- Corona Regional Medical Center - Corona
- Desert Regional Medical Center - Palm Springs
- Eisenhower Medical Center - Rancho Mirage
- Hemet Valley Medical Center - Hemet
- Inland Valley Medical Center - Wildomar
- John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital - Indio
- Kaiser Permenente Medical Center - Riverside
- Loma Linda University Medical Center - Murrieta
- Menifee Valley Medical Center - Menifee
- Moreno Valley Community Hospital - Moreno Valley
- Parkview Community Hospital - Riverside
- Rancho Springs Medical Center - Murrieta
- Riverside Center for Behavioral Health Medicine - Riverside
- Riverside Community Hospital - Riverside
- Riverside County Regional Medical Center - Moreno Valley
- San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital - Banning
- Temecula Valley Hospital - Temecula

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Temecula, CA
Phone: 562.694.4920

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Commercial, Business, Residential (Home) Real Estate & Property Appraisals and Appraisal Services in Temecula, Orange County, California

Collins and Associates provides dependable and accurate appraisals in Temecula, Orange County, Southern California and beyond. Principal David R. Collins is a licensed Certified General Appraiser (G.A.A., S.C.R.E.A.) with over 40 years of experience. We are an appraiser of commercial, industrial, land, income residential, and residential properties, providing the type of reliable values that banks and major lending institutions require for loans.

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In addition to lending appraisals, our services include:
HUD/FHA appraisals
Mortage refinance appraisals
Conventional lending appraisals
Determining market value for a sale
Land – raw to finished sites, including tracts
Proposed construction
Single family residence – tract to custom homes
Small income units
Apartments buildings
Commercial property – specialty car wash, motel, fast food
Industrial properties
Tax assessment appeals (reducing property taxes)
REO / Foreclosure appraisals
Business valuations and appraisals
Consulting and feasibility studies
Appraisal reviews
Real estate consulting
Attorney appraisals / Legal matters: expert witness, divorce
Accountant appraisals – date of death, family trust valuation
IRS appraisals
Feasibility studies
Rental surveys

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Temecula CA Real Estate Expert Witness Testimony, Property Appraiser for Divorce
Temecula CA Restricted Use Appraisal Report, Review For Single User
Temecula California Eminent Domain Just Compensation Appraisal
Temecula Hospital & Medical Office Building Appraisal for Healthcare Property

Collins and Associates LogoCollins and Associates
Temecula, CA
Phone: 562.694.4920

Contact Person:
Temecula Real Estate Property Appraiser

Temecula CA Commercial Real Estate & Home Property Appraiser