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St. George appraisal of residential and commercial real estate, estate planning, and more.  Region wide covereage.

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Coverage of southern Utah, southern Nevada, and northern Arizona

Morley and McConkie LC has been the trusted name for St. George appraisal and real estate valuation for decades. As a leading appraisal company in southern Utah we have a firm knowledge of the local market both in southern Utah, southern Nevada, and northern Arizona. With 6 in-house appraisers we deal with both residential and commercial appraiser, along with a myriad of other issues including property tax reviews, estate valuation, and appraisal review.

Our reach isn’t limited to the local area. Morley and McConkie LC is part of the Accurity network, giving you access to appraisers nationwide. So whether your looking for a simple home appraisal, selling business property, or need an out-of-state appraisal by someone you can trust, contact us. Visit our library to learn more about appraisals, the appraisal process, and other valuation questions.

We cover much of the region, from Minersville to St. George, Mesquite to Boulder City, and Kingman to Flagstaff. Wherever your property we have you covered on all your real estate valuation needs. St. George appraisal services and regional services are quoted out for each specific property. Call to request a quote, ask about other services, to inquire about areas of coverage.

OUR OFFICE – St. George Appraisal & Real Estate Valuation

393 E Riverside Dr. #102, St. George, UT 84790

Years of Experience to Serve You

Meet our Appraisers

Craig Morley, GAA, MNAA

Craig Morley, GAA, MNAA

Owner, Certified General Appraiser
Jeff T. Morley, MAI, SRA

Jeff T. Morley, MAI, SRA

Partner, Certified General Appraiser
Stanford S. McConkie, MAI

Stanford S. McConkie, MAI

Partner, Certified General Appraiser
Brian Musso

Brian Musso

Partner, Certified General Appraiser
Garrett Hannig

Garrett Hannig

Certified General Appraiser
Cody Hymas, MAI, SRA

Cody Hymas, MAI, SRA

Certified General Appraiser
Matthew C. Morley

Matthew C. Morley

Certified Residential Appraiser
Jarad Bailey

Jarad Bailey

Licensed Residential Appraiser

What is an Appraisal?

Understanding the Valuation Process

An appraisal is an estimate of a property’s market value completed by a licensed or certified appraiser. The value is based upon a market analysis of recent sales of similar properties in the area, along with the property’s physical condition.

The appraisal process generally begins before the appraiser ever sees the property. The appraiser gathers external information from national, state and local governments including flood maps, plat maps, zoning information, property boundaries, local economic data, and more.

The appraiser then does a physical walk-through of the property, taking pictures and making notes that will help them decide the quality and condition of the home. After the inspection the appraiser begins the report.

The appraiser compiles data about recent property sales, external information, and the subject property and begins to find the market value using one or more of the approaches to value. After making adjustments and deciding on the relevant data to be used, the appraiser will reach an opinion of market value.