Minnesota Real Estate Company Offers Reliable Residential And Commercial Appraisal Services

December 06, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Minnesota Real Estate Appraisal Services is pleased to announce that they are offering quality and accurate real estate appraisal services to both residential and commercial property owners in Roseville and the surrounding areas. In addition to being a licensed and certified real estate valuation and appraisal company, they also serve as expert witnesses for local, state, and federal cases.

As noted on the company’s website, Minnesota Real Estate Appraisal Services is an established real estate appraiser with over 40 years of experience in the industry. They virtually operate and provide professional appraisals for all types of commercial, industrial, and residential properties in the greater Minnesota area.

“Our appraisal fundamentals are based on impartiality, objectivity, and years of experience in real estate valuation. We have the necessary knowledge and professional expertise to deliver accurate and reliable real estate appraisals. Our reputation has been built on a solid foundation of integrity, credibility, trust, and customer satisfaction,” says Clark Goset from Minnesota Real Estate Appraisal Services. He asserts that the company conducts business by maintaining the highest degree of ethical conduct while practicing professional competency at all times. Goset also states that they aim to provide excellent and quality service on a timely basis to contribute toward the improvement of the local real estate industry.

Nowadays, the need for real estate valuation, specifically home and commercial appraisal, has become increasingly common in legal proceedings. Hiring a skilled professional plays a crucial role in winning court settlements in cases like marital dissolution, estate settlements, insurance disputes, litigation support, and more. Goset asserts that their team of real estate experts is dedicated to remaining unbiased in performing their services, and they prefer to be proactive when it comes to carrying out additional research and analysis to support or discredit assumptions and conclusions.

Given the company’s experience and proven track record, he points out that they are ready to take on any type of appraisal assignment no matter how complicated the job is. Goset further highlights that their knowledge of the local real estate industry as well as state laws enables them to provide appraisal values that can stand up under the most severe scrutiny. “We pride ourselves in our ability to provide our clients, including Attorneys, Financial Advisers, Executives, and Business Owners with our quality, respected, and exceptional valuation services,” he says.

In addition to commercial and home appraisal, Minnesota Real Estate Appraisal Services also specializes in appraising parcels of lands from agricultural usage to developmental land. The company utilizes the advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in their appraisal reports when applicable or requested. The GIS serves to illustrate the specifics of a property, including elevations, soil types, and other property specific attributes that can help to identify the true value of the property. They also prepare reports with in-depth analysis of the property, its current potential usage, its surrounding areas, and other important factors that may affect the current and future market value of the property.

Furthermore, Goset states that the firm has a wealth of experience dealing with residential property appraisals ranging from smaller city properties to multi-million dollar properties in Minnesota. In fact, residential properties, including relocation properties, comprise about 30% of their annual project list. The company has also performed hundreds of commercial and industrial appraisals in the greater MN area. Their work often extends to office buildings, manufacturing facilities, shopping malls, hotels, and more.

Minnesota Real Estate Services is a trusted property appraiser with more than 4 decades of experience in the local real estate industry. They take pride in their ability to develop coherent and concise reports with both speed and precision. “Our experience positions us as experts in each market, supported by our ability to provide value-added customer service through our knowledge of the unique characteristics and circumstances of the community that we serve,” Goset says.

Complete details can be found on the company’s website. Clients who are looking for a trusted and established real estate appraiser may send an email or call the company’s office hotline to inquire about their real estate services. Alternatively, interested parties may connect with Minnesota Real Estate Appraisal Services through their official social media pages to stay up to date with their latest news and important announcements.


For more information about Minnesota Real Estate Appraisal Services, contact the company here:

Minnesota Real Estate Appraisal Services
Clark Goset
(612) 618-0917
2212 Midland View Ct N, Roseville, MN 55113

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