Real Estate Valuation Experts in SC & NC

We are the leading provider of real estate valuations for the mortgage lending marketplace, in and throughout Brunswick County, Horry County, and Georgetown County in SC and NC. With many years of experience in the business, we have a proven track record of reducing lenders time, efforts, and costs in managing the appraisal process.

We’re the leader in this area providing appraisals for:

  • Primary and Secondary Mortgages
  • Mortgage Refinancing
  • Private Mortgage Insurance Removal
  • Estate Planning
  • Employee Relocation
  • Divorce Settlement

FWIWA - Appraisals Company for South & North Carolina Homeowners

Our investment in training and technology has helped our customers greatly reduce their workload. By offering online appraisal ordering, coupled with automatic report status updates and electronic delivery of the final product, we’re able to eliminate the run around and phone tag hassles associated with this process saving us both money. We keep our rates competitive with anybody in the industry by offering:

  • Short Turn-Around Times
  • Highest Quality Appraisal Reports
  • Online Status Reports
  • Electronic Ordering and Delivery
  • Competitive Pricing Through our website

Appraiser Service in Horry, Georgetown, & Brunswick Counties

Appraisers available for all your Residential Appraisal needs, with quality and service you can count on. We are fully licensed and insured Certified Residential Appraisers covering South Carolina’s Horry and Georgetown Counties, and North Carolina’s Brunswick County.

  • Myrtle Beach
  • North Myrtle Beach
  • Aynor
  • Loris
  • Longs
  • Little River
  • Green Sea
  • Galivants Ferry
  • Conway
  • Garden City

  • Georgetown
  • Murrells Inlet
  • Pawleys Island

  • Shallotte
  • St. James
  • Northwest
  • Southport
  • Belville
  • Calabash
  • Leland
  • Navassa
  • Bolivia
  • Oak Island
  • Carolina Shores
  • Sunset Beach
  • Sandy Creek
  • Holden Beach
  • Caswell Beach
  • Bald Head Island
  • Boiling Spring Lakes
  • Ocean Isle Beach
  • Varnamtown

Quick FAQ's from Horry, Georgetown, and Brunswick Homewoners

How long is a home appraisal good for in SC or NC?

In general, a home appraisal can remain valid from 60 days (two months) to 180 days (six months). However, and according to the Federal National Mortgage Association, most appraisals are generally considered valid for a period of 90 days, both in South Carolina and North Carolina; these timeframes can also vary based on a number of loan exceptions/conditions and real estate market variables – we have appraisers in Horry County, appraisers in Georgetown county, and even appraisers in Brunswick county. They stand ready help and inform you on your local market’s characteristics, call us today at 843-808-1533

What kind of appraisal is done for a mortgage refinance in SC or NC?

When it comes to mortgage refinancing, many lenders are satisfied with a drive-by appraisal, also known as an exterior-only appraisal. This type of appraisal allows the appraiser to assess the property’s value based on an external examination without entering the home. Both the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) permit exterior-only appraisals for most refinances. At For What It’s Worth Appraisals our Horry County appraisers, Georgetown County appraisers, and Brunswick County appraisers have helped many SC and NC residents; call today, you’ll be glad you did! 

What does an appraiser look for during a mortgage refinance in SC or NC?

During a refinance, the appraiser will evaluate various aspects of your property. This includes assessing the condition and size of your home, considering comparable properties in the area, examining the condition of home systems, assessing amenities, improvements, and remodels, identifying any negative features, and taking into account the location of the property.

Our appraisers are local to Horry, Georgetown, and Brunswick counties in SC and NC, and are well informed on zoning details in these areas and more. Call For What It’s Worth Appraisals today, our appraisers will be happy to help you with your mortgage refinance.

Is it OK to be home during my appraiser’s visit?

In some cases, homeowners may be present during the home appraisal, and they can even provide the appraiser with valuable information about the property. Having a real estate agent present during the appraisal can be particularly helpful as they can address any questions or concerns that may arise. At For What It’s Worth Appraisals we also offer Real Estate Consulting Services, Call (843) 808-1533 for more information, we have appraisers in Brunswick County, Horry County, and Georgetown County, in SC and NC.

Is it worth getting an appraiser to remove PMI?

Obtaining an appraisal can be beneficial if you are looking to remove private mortgage insurance (PMI). Especially if the appraisal shows that you have at least 20 percent equity in your home. This amount of equity would enable you to cancel PMI on a conventional mortgage, leading to monthly savings on your SC or NC property. Call For What It’s Worth Appraisals, our appraisers in Georgetown County, Horry County, and Brunswick County, are local to each county and will be happy to help you with your private mortgage insurance (PMI)!

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