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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 4.55% 4.7%
    15-yr Fixed 4.01% 4.22%
    1-yr Adj 2.76% 3.42%
    * 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:
     
    Hot Property: Dennis Quaid breaks tie to Pacific Palisades home
    3/23/2019 8:00 AM
    It’s a wrap in the Pacific Palisades, where Dennis Quaid has sold his home for $5.9 million. That’s down about $600,000 from what the actor originally sought last summer. Built in 1929, the home has stayed in touch with its architectural roots, offering leaded glass windows, an ivy-draped façade......Read More
     
    U.S. sales of existing homes jumped 11.8% in February
    3/22/2019 10:35 AM
    Sales of existing homes in the U.S. soared 11.8% in February, aided by accelerating wages and falling mortgage rates that are improving affordability. The National Assn. of Realtors said Friday that existing homes sold at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.51 million last month, a decisively......Read More
     
    Income potential is a big selling point for L.A.’s millennial home buyer
    3/22/2019 7:30 AM
    More than one-third of millennial buyers say it’s very important that their new home offer some way of generating income, according to Zillow. In Los Angeles, millennials are getting more creative as they try to grapple with ...Read More
     
    Top sales: Rolling Hills hits a 2019 high with $15.5-million sale
    3/22/2019 7:30 AM
    A cannabis entrepreneur, a former motion picture studio head and a cosmetics executive are among the latest movers and shakers in L.A. County’s residential real estate market. Here’s a look at the priciest residential home sales that closed in February. $15.5 million — Rolling Hills Aaron Leon,......Read More
     
    Trudeau plan will kick in money to help first-time Canadian home buyers
    3/20/2019 1:50 PM
    Canada’s housing agency will spend up to $941.1 million over three years to take equity positions in homes bought by first-time buyers, part of a plan by Justin Trudeau’s government to make housing more affordable for the youngest voters. According to federal budget documents released Tuesday in......Read More
     
    California Inc.: Peele brings scares to box office again with ‘Us’
    3/18/2019 7:00 AM
    Welcome to California Inc., the weekly newsletter of the L.A. Times Business section. I"m Business columnist David Lazarus, and here"s a rundown of upcoming stories this week ...Read More
     
    Hot Property Newsletter: Rambling and a rumpled raincoat
    3/16/2019 2:05 AM
    Our clocks have been adjusted, spring is almost here and the bulk of the winter rains are behind us. What’s also moving ahead besides time? Try the Southern California housing market. Luxury transactions abound, including sales by a veteran actor in Pacific Palisades and by the widow of a cigar-smoking......Read More
     
    Legal battle pits Horton Plaza owner against burger joint
    3/15/2019 8:10 PM
    The new owner of Horton Plaza is embroiled in a legal tussle with a small-business owner who exited the downtown shopping center late last year — and millions are at stake. The parties are real estate investment firm Stockdale Capital Partners and Burgerim franchise owner Irwantio, Inc. They are......Read More
     
    Reverse mortgages, America’s most hated home loan, are making a comeback
    3/14/2019 7:00 AM
    Professor Chris Mayer has a lesson for ­homeowners: Reverse mortgages, which let older Americans tap their home equity without selling or moving, aren’t as risky as some say. In an online video, he brushes aside “common misconceptions,” including fears about losing your home. Mayer, a real estate......Read More
     
    San Diego home sellers are slashing prices
    3/12/2019 3:45 PM
    San Diego County had the second-most home price reductions in the nation so far in 2019, said research from real estate website Trulia. Price reductions are more common in the winter months, but San Diego County hasn’t seen as many cutbacks since 2014 when the market was still crawling out of the......Read More