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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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