Appraisal Order Form: Vehicle Appraisal
If you prefer to use your forms just fax us your request including your comments, instructions and contact information.
Alternatively, you can email your order and attach any pertinent documents.
Use the fax order form above for all vehicle appraisals such as fair market valuations, also known as actual cash value reports, stated-value appraisals, and damage appraisals.
Vehicle appraisals include but are not limited to auto appraisals, custom car appraisals, commercial truck appraisals, commercial vehicle appraisals, heavy equipment appraisals, heavy truck appraisals, insurance appraisals, motorcycle appraisals, off-road vehicle appraisals, rv appraisals, tour bus appraisals, truck appraisals and all specialty vehicle appraisals.
Vehicle appraisals are available nationwide.
A Qualified Car Appraiser Can Save You Money
Purchasing a car is a big commitment of dollars – and, if you’re selling a car, you want to be sure you’re selling it at a fair and reasonable price. A qualified car appraiser can turn doubts into realities and give you a true picture of a car’s real worth, especially if it is a car of particular collector interest, customized or restored.
You may also need a car appraiser if you’ve submitted a claim to your insurance company and are unhappy with the offer they’ve sent you as a settlement. Insurance companies usually use automated valuations that are not always realistic and don’t always take into consideration every intricacy and relevant factor about the car.
A car appraiser will ensure that you’re getting a fair settlement from the insurance company by presenting you with a current market value of the car. You may be able to get as much as 90 percent more than the insurance company has offered by getting a car appraisal from a qualified appraiser.
Receive an Online Truck Appraisal
If you’re attempting to buy or sell a truck and want to determine an estimated value, you can use one of the many vehicle appraisal sites to get a quick answer. All you need to do is fill out some information on a form such as the make, model and mileage, and you’ll receive an estimate on the truck’s worth.
Whether you have a commercial truck, day cab, dump truck or any other type – you may want an approximate value in mind before getting a professional to appraise its value. Professional vehicle appraisals can be extremely valuable in gaining the knowledge you need to sell or buy a truck.
Some online truck appraisals will merely give you an idea about a truck’s value, but a visual inspection from a qualified appraiser will reveal damage and wear and tear that an online truck appraisal can’t perform for the greatest accuracy. Also, if your appraisal is the purpose of financing or a legal matter, you most likely will need a certified truck appraisal and the online book value only appraisals are not USPAP conforming certified appraisals.
An RV Appraiser Can Perform a Physical Inspection
You may be able to save yourself thousands of dollars by receiving an appraisal for an RV from a qualified RV appraiser. Appraisals can be provided based on customer supplied information or based on an actual physical inspection by the appraiser. Lending institutions are sometimes more likely to approve a loan for an RV if they have a report based on a physical inspection of the RV.
Also, athough an estimated appraisal from online RV appraisers can help establish the value range of an RV; it could be dismissed in a court of law. Only when you have a document that’s certified by a qualified appraiser with an effective date can you offer an unbiased report as an instrument for buying or selling – or in a court of law.
An RV can be a sizable purchase for anyone, and many people make it their home after retirement. You’ll want a reliable appraisal report the same as you would for a brick and mortar home to ensure that you won’t be paying more than you should. And lenders usually want a credible appraisal on which in part to base their loan approval decision.