Licensed Mississippi and Tennessee Appraisal Services Since 1989
William R. (Bill) Anton has been an Appraiser since 1989 and holds a Certified Residential Appraiser license in Mississippi and Tennessee. He has the knowledge and expertise needed for your appraisal needs and currently covers DeSoto County, Mississippi and the majority of Shelby County, Tennessee. Bill has been a leading provider of appraisals for Banks and Mortgage Companies for many years. He has a proven track record of providing quality, reliable appraisals.
The majority of our appraisal business is focused on residential and small land tracts. If you have appraisal needs for Apartments, Commercial, Industrial, Expert Witness in Court, or large tracts of Land, we will be glad to refer you to a qualified Appraiser that meets your needs.
Private Mortgage Insurance Removal
Estate planning can be a complicated task to accomplish. Anton Realty & Appraisals can help you take care of it properly.
Estate Planning and Needs
Private Mortgage Insurance Removal (PMI) can be hard to cancel. We have the knowledge and experience to help you get rid of your PMI.
There are many options in a divorce on how a real estate must be divided. We will help you choose the best one.
Paying cash for a home? An appraisal can give you peace of mind that your cash investment is a wise decision. We will be glad to assist.
Assisting Owners and REALTORS® with Listing Prices.
An appraisal can assist the Owner and REALTOR® in arriving at a reasonable list price. Overpricing is a key element in extended marketing times and lack of showings or offers.
Consultations for planned improvements or construction.
We will keep you informed on how to make the best choice financially for planned improvements or construction.
You will find our fees are competitive with other experienced and qualified Appraisers. Our turnaround times are always reasonable but be assured quality takes precedence over speed.
Appraisers are professionals and are required to complete continuing education to maintain their license. Appraisers are also required to follow the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) in all aspects of appraising a property. This includes fiduciary responsibilities to the Client. If your home is being appraised for loan purposes, you will need to obtain a copy of the appraisal from your Lender. Bill only performs appraisals and conducts business to the highest ethical standards possible.