Looking for an O’Hara Township Home Appraisal or Appraiser?
Bostedo Appraisal Services has residential appraiser staff in the O’Hara Township Pennsylvania area, that is expert and waiting to appraise your O’Hara home, residential land, duplex, 4-unit or 3-unit. We specialize in appraisals for divorce, estate settlement, appraisals before you sell or buy, insurance, PMI removal and more… Our appraisers are locals who understand the O’Hara real estate market. We work harder than our competition to make sure that your appraisal is as thorough and accurate as possible. We are also friends with many O’Hara real estate professionals and our appraisers have friends, family or both living close by as we visit frequently on a personal level. This experience and these connections have made the staff at Bostedo Appraisal Services intimately familiar with the nuances in the O’Hara real estate market. Please consider using Bostedo Appraisal Services if you need an O’Hara appraiser. We’re not just Pittsburgh’s Best Appraisers; we are O’Hara’s Best Appraisers as well. Please contact us and let us prove it or see our customer reviews and testimonials. To learn more about Bostedo Appraisal Services and all of our appraisal services, start by visiting our Home page.
O’Hara Appraiser Resources:.
Situated among the beautiful hills and valleys along the Allegheny River, the Township of O’Hara is located six miles northeast of Pittsburgh’s Golden Triangle. Also helpful in preparing the real estate appraisal is additional information which can be found within the community website here O’Hara Township.
Sq. Miles: 7.01. Location: 10 miles N.E. of Pittsburgh.
Geography: Hilly; wooded; floodplains on Little Pine Creek and Allegheny River.
O’Hara Appraisal Photos:.
Part of an appraiser’s job is to drive around and take photos of comparable homes. Occasionally, while on appraisal assignments in O’Hara, our appraisers will stop to take other photos or if around lunch time grab a bite and stop to eat. Here are some photos taken by our appraisers while in O’Hara.