fairfax city: FHA Appraiser in Fairfax - 04/05/13 01:09 AM
FHA Appraiser in Fairfax
703-459-8802 - Rick Phillips, SRA
Certified Residential Appraiser
Do you need an FHA Appraisal?  Do you need any other kind of residential appraisals?  If you do need an FHA appraiser in Fairfax or Fairfax City (or any other parts of Northern Virginia, like Annandale, Arlington, Alexandria, Falls Church, etc., ), then please visit Appraisals Guaranteed before ordering one.
If you need to look up a specific appraiser to see whether he or she is qualified to perform FHA appraisals, then use this tool here:
btw, if you're looking for me, use my business zip: 22203 … (0 comments)

fairfax city: PRESS RELEASE: Appraiser in Fairfax - 03/29/13 02:52 PM
Appraiser in Fairfax County (Virginia)
Rick Phillips, Appraiser

4201 Wilson Blvd
Suite 110-514
Arlington, VA 22203

Rick Phillips, a certified appraiser with the SRA designation from the Appraisal Institute is directing the firm, Appraisals Guaranteed.  A major part of his coverage area is Fairfax. 
Rick Phillips is licensed to perform residential appraisals in Fairfax County (in fact, all of the state of Virginia and Washington, DC).  
He has undertaken a variety of assignments including
  * appraisals for banks and mortgage companies;
  * for attorneys working with clients on behalf of equitable distribution (divorce), bankruptcies, historical easements, retrospective values, and as … (0 comments)

fairfax city: Little River Hills - A Neighborhood in Fairfax City, Virginia - 04/18/10 01:38 AM
Little River Hills - A Neighborhood in Fairfax City, VirginiaLittle River Hills is a small development of mostly older, detached homes.  It is east of the historic section of Fairfax City, and holds an entrance to Daniels Run Park (which has trails for jogging and walking).  Fair City Mall lies to the east and George Mason University is just south, down Roberts Road.  Some residents have added additions or built new.  A drive through the neighborhood on a Saturday will reveal a large number of handyman vans and construction crews making improvements to homes here.Little River Hills is bounded on the … (0 comments)

fairfax city: Fairfax - The Big Blog - 04/14/10 04:47 PM
Fairfax, Virginia
As an appraiser living in Fairfax, and having lived in or around Fairfax for the past 24 years, I ought to be able to handle a good description of Fairfax County.  This will be a challenging post.  I'm starting it off here as a reminder to add to it.  Though I've lived here (or near, in Arlington and Alexandria) for 24 years, I'm hard pressed to blog about it.  It's big; it's vast; it's rich, and it has its fair share of politics and drama.
But it's late, so I shall return to do this blog justice...

fairfax city: Accessing Plats (Parcel Maps) in Northern Virginia & Washington, DC - 02/03/10 06:47 AM
If you need an appraisal in Washington, DC or Northern Virginia (including Fairfax, Alexandria, and Arlington), please head over to www.appraisalsguaranteed.com and order one from this certified residential appraiser!
With regard to parcel maps...
There are more tools available to appraisers (and to the general public) than ever before.  Often residential appraisal reports direct someone to a plat that is never supplied.  Or there is often this sentence: "no plat provided."
Elsewhere, on the form is a chance for the appraiser to describe the shape of the land.  Many times it is simply stated as "irregular." This slightly humorous considering … (5 comments)

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Rick Phillips

I care about you and your transaction.

Alexandria, VA

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Frankly Realty - Old Town

Address: 722 S. Washington St, #104, Alexandria, VA, 22314

Fax: (703) 637-4447

Mobile: (703) 459-8802

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Rick Phillips Jr. is a certified residential appraiser licensed in Virginia and Washington, DC. Living in Fairfax County with a location in Arlington, Rick appraises houses in all of Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia. Rick writes about real estate appraisals, appraisal issues, seller and buyer issues, local neighborhoods and market areas, real estate agent tips, steps to understanding a home's value, and much more.




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