Each report must reflect a credible estimate of value and must identify the following:
• The client and other intended users.
• The intended use of the report.
• The purpose of the assignment.
• The type of value reported and the definition of the value reported.
• The effective date of the appraiser’s opinions and conclusions.
• Relevant property characteristics, including location attributes, physical attributes, legal attributes, economic attributes, the real property interest valued, and Non real estate items included in the appraisal, such as personal property, including trade fixtures and intangible items.
• All known: easements, restrictions, encumbrances, leases, reservations, covenants, contracts, declarations, special assessments, ordinances, and other items of a similar nature.
• Division of interest, such as fractional interest, physical segment and partial holding.
•The scope of work used to complete the assignment.
For a more detailed look at what goes into an appraisal report click here: Sample Appraisal Report