Dayton Real Estate Appraisal
Divorce Appraiser ■ Probate Appraiser ■ Estate Appraiser ■ Family Law Appraiser
Bernhardt Appraisal welcomes attorneys, CPAs, and their clients in performing divorce appraisal and estate/probate appraisal in Dayton, Oregon 97114. Appraisal Questions – Call 971-230-4242 or Email Today!
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Real Estate Appraisal in Dayton, Oregon
Nathan Bernhardt of Bernhardt Appraisal has been assisting with appraisals in Dayton for over 20 years. Nathan understands that good communication is vital in the process of producing a quality appraisal. Nathan takes every opportunity to ensure each appraisal, whether it is for divorce, bankruptcy, property tax appeal, or probate/estate planning, is done with the utmost professionalism.
Bernhardt Appraisal is proud to be associated with these reputable institutions.
“The appraisal process can be confusing. My job is to connect with you and simplify the process for you. At Bernhardt Appraisal, the number one job as a real estate appraiser is to be credible.” -Nathan
Dayton Oregon Resources
- Real Estate For Sale -- Zillow Real Estate
- City of Dayton -- Dayton City Resources
- Attorneys by Practice -- Legal Information Institute
- Certified Public Accountant -- Doty, Pruett, Wilson PC: CPA
- Probate Attorney in Dayton -- Larry Gray
- Divorce Attorney in Dayton -- Stephen Palmer
- Bankruptcy Attorney in Dayton -- Keith Karnes
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