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Matrix Appraisal Group has been servicing Maricopa County, AZ for more than 10 years.  We have written over 2,000 appraisal reports for several National Lenders.  We provide honest, unbiased high quality appraisal reports and are highly confident in our work. 

We cover most cities located in the following counties:

·         Maricopa County, AZ

We are located in Surprise, AZ and specialize in the following Cities:

·         Avondale

·         Buckeye

·         Glendale

·         Goodyear

·         Litchfield Park

·         Peoria

·         Sun City

·         Sun City West

·         Surprise

·         Waddell

·         Youngtown

If you are a home owner, real estate agent, trust holder or lawyer, we have you covered.  All of our reports are USPAP compliant, UAD compliant and we are also AI ready.  We have capabilities of delivering reports in the following formats:

·         PDF

·         XML

·         ENV

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Today's Rates

Mtg Loan Rate APR
30-yr Fixed 3.85% 3.98%
15-yr Fixed 3.07% 3.23%
1-yr Adj 2.53% 3.14%
* national averages

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