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Cumberland County Residential Valuation Experts

 

Metro Residential Appraisals conducts residential property valuations in the Southern counties of New Jersey, including Cumberland County.  We are have been and still are conducting residential valuations for many years where you live right here in Cumberland County. Our Corporate Headquaters are located in Voorhees, NJ.  David Kaytes, SCRREA is our Chief Appraiser of Metro Residential Appraisals resides in Southern New Jersey and is an active member of his community. Metro Residential is also proud to be sponsors of the local youth sports organizations such as GVAA and Southern New Jersey Travel Soccer Association to name a few.  We have extensive knowledge and geographical compentence of your neighborhood / market area. We currently have offices in Philadelphia, PA and Voorhees, NJ to better serve you, our client.

We also have Regional Appraisers located through out Central and Northern New Jersey from Ocean County to Essex County.   Choose from the menu(s) to the left to select how we may assist you in all of your residential valuation needs.  For detailed information, please call our Corporate office at 856-776-8995.  Please feel free to also email us with your questions.  We look forward hearing and working with you.

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Cumberland County News:
 
A glimpse of what a lot of good people do for others; BEN Column, Dec. 27, Update 4
12/27/2015 7:00 PM
  Email: jhummel@njadvancemedia.com Web: nj.com/ben Cellphone: 856-237-6645 U.S. Army: RA13815980 The column that says if you took the people in this area who made sure the less fortunate had a good Christmas and stretched them end to end, they would....Read More
 
Sweeney: Preserving nuclear plants is critical for N.J. | Opinion
12/27/2015 7:00 PM
Senate President Stephen Sweeney writes that a ratepayer-funded subsidy is an urgent necessity to keep Salem County's PSEG nuclear energy plants in busines...Read More
 
Not just an idle threat to your property | Editorial
12/27/2015 7:00 PM
One simple step can make life more difficult for a group of car thieves who have been plying their trade in Paulsboro, police sa...Read More
 
Even wth a racist president, it should never be safe for racist ideology | Opinion
12/27/2015 7:00 PM
Somehow, a New Jersey university and sorority cultivated an environment where a 19-year-old student felt comfortable posting videos bragging about how she hated black peopl...Read More
 
Tax shift: Send less to feds, more to N.J.; Abortion diminishes life's value | Feedback
12/27/2015 7:00 PM
Howard Leroy Davis writes that states will need to fund a bigger share of what the feds have supported in the past, like Medicaid and bridge repair...Read More
 
Made in Jersey: Singer sewing machines had the market sewn up
12/27/2015 7:00 PM
There's a good chance that someone in your family owned a Singer sewing machine in days gone b...Read More
 
22-year-old woman killed in crash with pickup truck, cops say
12/27/2015 7:00 PM
Destiny Galafa, of Vineland, was killed when her Ford Escape crashed into a truck Friday night...Read More
 
'Pay what you can' for grilled cheese and soup at this N.J. restaurant
12/27/2015 7:00 PM
A North Cape May restaurant is using food as a way to help some of the people in the area when it comes to hunge...Read More
 
Ice Hockey top performers: Conference Players of the Week for Jan. 11-17
12/27/2015 7:00 PM
10 of N.J. hockey's top players over the past week....Read More
 
Playoff push: Where do girls basketball teams stand at the midway point?
12/27/2015 7:00 PM
See how the playoff picture is shaping up through the halfway point of the regular seaso...Read More