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Welcome to the United National Appraisal Homepage. United National Appraisal is the foremost residential appraisal provider in Southern California. We are a leading provider of real estate valuations for the lending marketplace. With over 20 years of experience in the real estate & appraisal business, we believe that through consistent quality customer service, we can help reduce your time, efforts, and costs during the appraisal process. Our office in Irvine is centrally located to service 5 Southern Counties including Orange, Riverside, San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Bernardino Counties. 

 

Our firm is a leading provider of Real Estate Appraisals for:

  • Estate Planning
  • Bankruptcy & Foreclosures
  • Primary and Secondary Mortgages
  • Mortgage Refinancing
  • Employee Relocation
  • Tax Purposes
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    With quality training and up to date technology we continue to help our customers reduce their workload. By offering on-line appraisal ordering, coupled with prompt report status updates and electronic delivery of our reports, we are able to eliminate the run around and phone tag hassles associated with this process. And since this process saves us money as well, we can keep our rates competitive with anybody in the industry.

     

  • Shortest Possible Turn-Around Times
  • Detailed & Meticulous Appraisal Reports
  • Prompt Status Reports
  • Electronic Ordering and Delivery
  • Competitive Pricing
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    With our website, you can perform a number of tasks. Ordering an appraisal is just a click of a button away. Take some time to check out some of our news feeds and find out a bit more about the appraisal business. The more you know, the better decision you can make. Remember to check back frequently, as our content is always being updated.

    Today's Rates

    Mtg Loan Rate APR
    30-yr Fixed 4.59% 4.74%
    15-yr Fixed 4.05% 4.26%
    1-yr Adj 2.77% 3.44%
    * national averages

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    If you would like Jeff Kerr to visit your office and deliver a brief presentation on "The Pulse Of The Market" from the Appraiser's perspective, during a staff development time or a lunch hour, contact us, we would be happy to include your company in our presentation schedule.
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    Hot Property Newsletter: The temperature is rising
    8/11/2018 2:05 AM
    It may be toasty in your neighborhood, but we’re just approaching the dog days of summer as far as the piping-hot real estate market is concerned. There will be a lot more escrows closing before the month is out. Among recent properties to move into the “sold” column are an actress’ Hidden Hills......Read More
     
    What a home sales slump could mean for professionals, buyers
    8/7/2018 2:10 PM
    San Diego home sales recently dropped to their lowest level in years, likely much more to do with affordability constraints than the economy, but it might be a sign of things to come. In June there were 3,927 home sales in the county, CoreLogic said, which is the lowest in four years. However,......Read More
     
    Homeowners have more equity than ever but don’t want to tap it
    8/7/2018 6:00 AM
    Homeowners are sitting on a record amount of equity, but this time they’re stubbornly reluctant to borrow against it. Strong home price appreciation has handed Americans more than $5.8 trillion of equity they could be tapping and aren’t, more than double the level in 2011, according to data provider......Read More
     
    Neighborhood Spotlight: Lawndale, true to its name, is a South Bay outlier
    8/4/2018 7:00 AM
    One of the endearingly ironic things about the Los Angeles area is that its place names often gesture toward the sylvan past, no matter how incongruous all of the “Gardens,” “Parks” and “Woods” strewn across the basin by real estate developers of yesteryear are to the realities of life in today’s......Read More
     
    Wells Fargo foreclosed on 400 people who may have had a chance to keep their homes
    8/3/2018 7:20 PM
    Wells Fargo & Co. foreclosed on 400 homeowners after improperly denying them loan modifications that could have allowed them to stay in their homes, the bank said in a regulatory filing Friday. From 2010 to 2015, amid the recovery from the housing bust that caused millions of Americans to lose......Read More
     
    Wells Fargo to pay $2.09 billion to settle probe into crisis-era mortgage abuses
    8/1/2018 4:20 PM
    Ten years after faulty mortgages upended the global financial system, Wells Fargo & Co. agreed to pay $2.09 billion to settle a U.S. investigation into its creation and sale of loans that contributed to the disaster. The long-anticipated penalty, announced Wednesday, is in line with what some analysts......Read More
     
    San Diego home price increases continue to outpace nation
    7/31/2018 4:25 PM
    San Diego County home prices in May increased 7.3 percent in a year, faster than the nationwide average, said the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices released Tuesday. All the regions covered in the 20-city index experienced price increases, with San Diego near the top with the No.6 biggest increase......Read More
     
    Explore June"s home and condo sales using this map
    7/31/2018 7:00 AM
    Median home prices by ZIP code, compared with 2016. The information, compiled by CoreLogic, is derived from official San Diego County records and includes nearly all sales. The median price is the midpoint of home values, with half being above and half being below the listed number. Darker colors......Read More
     
    Neighborhood Spotlight: Bell Gardens has modest home prices but is rich in California history
    7/28/2018 8:55 PM
    Like the rest of the Gateway Cities, Bell Gardens was once part of the vast landholdings of Don Antonio Lugo, who in 1810 received a big swath of ranch land from the king of Spain in recognition of his military service. The Californio built a sprawling network of adobe buildings to house his extended......Read More
     
    Billion with a "b": Prized Beverly Crest acreage aims for $1,000,000,000
    7/28/2018 8:05 AM
    On a summit above Beverly Hills, a sweeping 157-acre property touted as the city’s finest undeveloped parcel is hitting the market with L.A.’s first-ever 10-figure asking price: $1 billion. It’s being branded as “The Mountain,” and fittingly so. The undeveloped acreage sits at the highest point......Read More