Maineland has earned a reputation as the leading appraisal firm in the State of Maine. Our staff are either licensed or state certified and experienced in a wide variety of appraisal solutions. Our versatile team comes from a varied background including geology, banking, land surveying, land use planning, real estate brokerage, management, marketing, investment, construction, and development.
At Maineland, we take great professional pride in our work whether you need an appraisal for a single family residence, a shopping plaza, air
rights or a new 10,000 acre planned community.
Our state of the art technology allows the timely use of comprehensive data bases, electronic pictorial and mapping displays all designed to bring our clients the highest quality information available. And for clients with compatible equipment we can provide it all electronically including appraisals, images and mapping all at the push of a button.
We provide residential appraisals for Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, FHA or other government or private mortgage insurance companies, as well as for private individuals, attorneys or corporate relocation companies.
In the commercial arena, we currently provide appraisals within the federally approved USPAP standard formats, to include the thorough and comprehensively detailed appraisal report, to the abbreviated and cost-effective restricted-use report.
So when you need property information for decision making, choose a company that offers a complete value added approach. Choose a company with state of the art systems and electronic filing capability. Choose a company with a proven track record for quality, reliability and outstanding service. When you have significant opportunity and risks at stake, choose the company that can give you the best information available. Choose Maineland.
30 Exchange Street, Portland, Maine 04101
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