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Tampa Vs Palm County Appraising

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J Grant

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I am thinking of moving at some point from my present location (Palm Beach County) to Tampa area.

I would hope a few of my existing clients might have work there, but one never can tell about need in any area . Is appraising in general busy there, how are fees ? My area right now is fairly busy but we have slow periods, as all areas do, crowded with low fee appraisers who get a good share of the work at this point. Thanks for any insight!
 

bnmappraisal

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Which county are you looking into moving to? The "Tampa Bay area" is pretty large. Polk, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pinellas, Pasco? There's no shortage of appraisers here. If your current clients have business here, hopefully they'll just keep sending you that work.
 

J Grant

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Plans on hold for move but thanks for reply...if I do ever move I would hope present clients would use me but for now am looking to stay in area, though it is high cost of living here comparatively.
 
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