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EPM Appraisals consist of three Certified appraisers, which possess the comprehensive training and qualifications to provide the level of dependable property value opinions that banks and major lending institutions need for mortgages and valuation needs. With years of experience that only comes with time, we're prepared to accept assignments pertaining to a variety of property types. EPM is now proud to service the Jackson, MS metro area and the Oxford, MS market.

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We take advantage of the latest appraiser gadgets and gear to save you time and money.  We also know that regardless of the industry, service is the main reason a client comes, goes, repeats or refers others.   We're always mindful of this, whether we're on the phone, e-mail correspondence or visiting in person.   Our goal is simply an unbeatable experience for our customers.   Call Evaluating Property in the MidSouth (EPM) today and ask about our services, fees and turn times.  We continue to set the bar and the standard in the appraisal industry with guaranteed max five business day turn times.  We promise you'll see the difference, too. 

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Weird Reaction to Durable Goods, But Generally Slow and Sideways
2/27/2024 3:03 PM
Weird Reaction to Durable Goods, But Generally Slow and Sideways The economic data drought finally began to dry up this morning with Durable Goods being the first remotely relevant report since last Thursday.  Results were mixed for the bond market with most of the normal line items seemingly being goo...Read More
 
Mortgage Rates Back Near Highest Levels Since November
2/27/2024 1:50 PM
One of the downsides of rates being very close to the highest levels in months is that it doesn"t take much of nudge to hit new highs.  That was ALMOST the case today as the average lender moved just slightly higher compared to yesterday"s latest levels.  The average borrower might not see much of a detectable difference in loan quotes in...Read More
 
Have You Heard The One About "Sideways and Data Dependent?"
2/27/2024 11:28 AM
With apologies to those who follow closely enough to know how frequently this notion has been recycled recently, bonds continue grinding sideways as investors continue waiting on a small handful of key economic reports to suggest the next major departure from the trend.  As repetitive as it may be, this thesis easily applies to every trading d...Read More
 
Paradox: Home Prices Face Both Head Winds and Rising Tides
2/27/2024 10:55 AM
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2/27/2024 10:01 AM
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Mortgage Rates Starting The Week Closer to Recent Highs
2/26/2024 2:56 PM
Mortgage rates moved moderately higher to begin the new week, but they remained just under the highest recent levels seen last Thursday.  Many lenders were closer to "unchanged" at the outset but were then forced to issue mid-day increases in response to weakness in the bond market. Bonds directly dictate the day to day movement in mortgage r...Read More
 
Auctions Caused Modest Weakness, But Mostly in Advance
2/26/2024 2:55 PM
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New Home Sales Still in Line With 2017-2019 Range
2/26/2024 2:24 PM
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2/26/2024 10:05 AM
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Early Trading Suggests Some Treasury Auction Anxiety
2/26/2024 9:07 AM
While it may not prove to be the most relevant market mover of the week, the upcoming Treasury auction cycle is at least in the running.  This particular example is condensed in the first two days of the week (as opposed to the typical Tue/Wed/Thu schedule) due to the calendar.  Treasury assumes easier investor participation if the auctio...Read More