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Bill Riedel

Maryland Appraiser and the Legislative Liaison

The Maryland Association of Appraisers Inc

HQ Phone:  (443) 371-7586

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The Maryland Association of Appraisers Inc

P.O. Box 774

North East, Maryland,21901

United States

Company Description

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HousingZone.com - News

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Although there is not a specific item on an appraisal report for front doors, Bill Riedel, a member of the Maryland Association of Appraisers, said it's one of the best ways to enhance the curb appeal of a home."There's not too many things you can do to the roadside view of the house before you get into serious expenses of structure," Riedel said."An entry system is both attractive and also it gives you an impression to the classiness of the house.It begins to set the tone for where does this house fall in the price spectrum."Like most home improvement projects, Riedel said homeowners should not expect to recover 100 percent of the cost of upgrading an entryway.


Valuation Review Print Edition | Valuation Review

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Bill Riedel is a Maryland appraiser and the legislative liaison for the Maryland Association of Appraisers, Inc.


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