Looking for a Wilkins Township Home Appraisal or Appraiser?
Bostedo Appraisal Services has residential appraiser staff in the Wilkins Township Pennsylvania area, that is expert and waiting to appraise your Wilkins 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 Wilkins 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 Wilkins real estate professionals and our appraisers have friends, family or both living close by as we visit frequently on a personal level. The owner William Bostedo grew up in Wilkins and graduated from the Churchill Area school district. This experience and these connections have made the staff at Bostedo Appraisal Services intimately familiar with the nuances in the Wilkins real estate market. If you need a Wilkins appraiser, please consider using Bostedo Appraisal Services. We’re not just Pittsburgh’s Best Appraisers; we are Wilkins’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.
Wilkins Appraiser Resources:.
Wilkins Township at one time was a rural land of rolling hills and farms in the southeastern portion of Pitt Township. The Township of Wilkins was created as a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, by a decree of Quarter Sessions Court of Allegheny County, dated November 10, 1821. The Township then had an area of 34.5 square miles with a population of 1,830. The Township’s boundaries ran from the Allegheny River on the north, Thompson’s Run and Turtle Creek on the East, the Monongahela River on the south and Pitts Township, now Pittsburgh, on the west. At that time, the Township was crossed by two main roadways called Raystown Indian Trace. The North Fork was the early path to Fort Pitt from Fort Bedford. Many people traveled this road to get to the west. Later, parts of this road became the William Penn Highway. The South Fork ran through the village of Turtle Creek. This road, plus the railroad station that was built in 1851, helped to develop this area. The South Fork later became the Greensburg Turnpike. Also helpful in preparing the real estate appraisal is additional information which can be found within the community website here Wilkins Township.
Sq. Miles: 2.75. Location: 11 miles East of Pittsburgh.
Geography: Hilly and heavily wooded; floodplains on Chalfant Run and Thompson Run.
Wilkins Appraisal Photos:.
Part of an appraiser’s job is to drive around and take photos of comparable homes. Occasionally, while on appraisal assignments in Wilkins, 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 Wilkins.