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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

    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

    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 4.94% 5.1%
    15-yr Fixed 4.36% 4.59%
    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.
    LA Times = Real Estate News:
    Prime Beverly Hills development site is sold to owners of next-door Beverly Hilton
    11/15/2018 9:05 PM
    A former department store site in Beverly Hills that has been slated for a $1.2-billion hotel and condominium complex is being sold to its next-door neighbors and rivals — the owners of the Beverly Hilton and Waldorf Astoria hotels. The sale by Dalian Wanda Group, one of China"s largest private......Read More
    Stocks climb, breaking five-day losing streak
    11/15/2018 4:30 PM
    A rebound by technology companies and banks helped reverse an early slide for U.S. stocks Thursday, breaking the market’s five-day losing streak. Healthcare and industrial stocks also rose, offsetting losses by retailers, homebuilders, utilities and other sectors. Energy stocks also helped lift......Read More
    Using your home"s equity to pay off credit card debt is a dumb move
    11/11/2018 5:00 AM
    Dear Liz: My ex-husband is a self-employed carpenter who just turned 64. He’s gotten a bit over his head with his credit cards. He tried for a home equity loan since he has plenty of equity and high credit scores. His mortgage lender says he doesn’t make enough money and that he needs a co-signer.......Read More
    Hot Property: "SNL" alum Kristen Wiig prepares for a closing act in Silver Lake
    11/10/2018 8:00 AM
    It’s a wrap in Silver Lake for Kristen Wiig, who is offering her revamped Midcentury Modern-style home for $5.125 million. The Silver Lake hillside perch, named the Martin Residence for its architect, Albert P. Martin, maintains its Modernist aesthetic and original floor plan. An open-concept great......Read More
    Neighborhood Spotlight: Casino-dominated Hawaiian Gardens offers good odds on finding affordable housing
    11/10/2018 7:00 AM
    Belying its exotic moniker, the site that became Hawaiian Gardens was originally a marsh that local farmers called “the Delta,” according to the city"s official history. The Delta drew a steady stream of locals and passing travelers looking to water their horses at its murky pools, and in 1927......Read More
    Massive real estate scam based in Irvine bilked people out of $100 million, FTC alleges
    11/8/2018 5:30 PM
    The Federal Trade Commission announced Thursday that it’s looking to shut down the “largest overseas real estate investment scam” it has ever encountered: an unfinished luxury development in Belize whose owners and management, the agency alleged, bilked people out of more than $100 million. The......Read More
    Post-election stock surge fades, and oil prices sink again
    11/8/2018 4:50 PM
    U.S. stocks slipped Thursday as oil prices’ ninth consecutive drop hurt energy companies. U.S. markets were coming off huge gains from the day before. U.S. crude oil has slumped more than 20% since early October, meeting Wall Street"s definition of a bear market. Government fuel stockpiles have......Read More
    Prop 10 lost, but rent control activists in San Diego say they won"t quit
    11/7/2018 5:00 PM
    Expanded rent control in California failed with voters Tuesday, but it might be an issue that refuses to go away. Proposition 10 sought to repeal a 1995 law, the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, that limits...Read More
    Cluster of life science offices sell for $112 million
    11/6/2018 5:10 PM
    A Boston company bought a cluster of San Diego office buildings this week for $112 million, one of the biggest local real estate sales of the year. The cluster of 12 buildings had been owned by San Diego-based Parallel Capital Partners, a real estate investment firm. The total area sold equals......Read More
    Wells Fargo says it improperly foreclosed on more borrowers than originally estimated
    11/6/2018 4:05 PM
    Wells Fargo & Co. acknowledged Tuesday that it failed to offer mortgage modifications to hundreds more borrowers who were due them and that many ultimately lost their homes because of the error. The San Francisco bank reported in August that it miscalculated certain fees when determining whether......Read More