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Burlington County Residential Valuation Experts

 

Metro Residential Appraisals conducts residential property valuations in the Southern counties of New Jersey, including Burlington County.  We are have been and still are currently active members where you live right here in Burlington 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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