Certified Property Appraisal Services




Perils Insured Against

Actual Cash Value

Contents Inspection

IACP Certified Auto Appraisals

Fire and Lightning Damage Appraisals

Smoke Damage

Water Damage

Windstorm Damage

Hail Damage

Hurricane Damage



Malicious Mischief

Building Collapse

Sink Hole Collapse

Breakage of Glass

Umpire / Arbitration Services

Consumer Protection

Commercial Property Appraisals

Off Premises Property Appraisals

Farm Property Appraisals

IRS Tax Form 8283 / Noncash Charitable Donations

Insurance Fraud Investigation

Notary Public


Designated Catastrophe Areas
Texas First Tier Coastal Counties
& Certain Areas Located in Harris County
East of Hwy 146

Certified Real Estate Appraisers and Texas Homeowners Insurance Claims Assistance

Luxury Home / Penthouses / Condominiums / Waterfront Property / Farm & Ranch /
Certified Valuation Services & Homeowners Insurance Claims Assistance

DuPont Property Appraisers knows the demand of our business. We understand that when property damage occurs, your claim may be denied, or you may be subject to a highly trained insurance adjuster with an offer far less than what is required. Our certified appraisals are depended upon by Insurance Companies, Attorneys, Homeowners, Mortgage Lenders, Banks, CPA’s, Government Agencies, Business Propery Owners, County Appraisal Districts, Brokers, Investors, and Realtors.

We provide nationwide services throughout the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean Islands, and South America. We strive to offer the fastest turnaround time available. Our clients never have to tap their fingers and wait because we are everywhere. Our success is achieved by the commitment of our Licensed Real Estate Appraisers and Licensed Insurance Adjusters. We only hire top-notch professionals who are on standby to meet each time sensitive assignment.

Why would I need a Certified Property Appraisal?

Physical Property Damage Estimates, Bankruptcy, Mortgage Re-/Financing, Property Valuations, Insurable Interests, Estate / Probate Litigation, Property Tax Protests, ACV, Actual Cash Value Appraisals, Fair Market Value Appraisals and for legal documentation purposes.

Homeowners Insurance Claims & Dispute

XACTIMATE Estimates CONTRACTOR Estimates INSURANCE POLICY Estimates Perils Insured Against and/or Reasons leading to Denial:

  • Actual Cash Value Appraisals
  • Cause of Loss Investigations
  • Fire & Lightning Damage
  • Smoke Damage
  • Flood Damage
  • Water Damage
  • Hot Water Heater Leaks, Plumbing Claims
  • Dishwasher Leaks, Broken Pipes
  • Windstorm Damage, Hail Damage
  • Hurricane Damage, Tornado Damage
  • Explosion, Vandalism, Malicious Mischief
  • Vehicle Hitting a Building
  • Total Loss, ACV Fair Market Value Appraisals
  • Sink Hole Collapse, Building Collapse
  • Insurance Fraud Investigations
  • Breakage of Glass
  • Umpire / Arbitration / Mediation Services

With many years of experience in the real estate valuation business, the first thing any insurance carrier must do by autosuggestion is to review all possible avenues to deny your claim, DuPont Property Appraisers has worked on both sides in support of the plaintiff or the defendant and knows what it takes in order to ensure a fair, professional and accurate property valuation.

Appraisal Clause / Know Your Rights!

If the insured and the insurer fail to agree on the actual cash value, amount of loss, or the cost of repair, either can make a written demand for appraisal. Each will then select a competent, independent appraiser and notify the other of the appraiser’s identity within 20 days of receipt of the written demand. The two appraisers will choose an umpire. If they cannot agree upon an umpire within 15 days, the insured or the insurer may request that the choice be made by a judge of a district court of a judicial district where the loss occurred. The two appraisers will then set the amount of loss, stating separately the actual cash value and loss of each item.

If the appraisers fail to agree, they will submit their difference to the umpire. An itemized decision agreed to by any two of these three and filed with the insurer will set the amount of the loss. Such award shall be binding on the insured and the insurer.
Each party will pay its own appraiser and bear the other expenses of the appraisal and umpire equally.

If you just learned something new then you must not have read the language clearly stated in your homeowners insurance policy. Don’t become another victim of the “as need to know basis”, because an educated home owner knows what to expect should they be involved in a situation where an insurance claim may be denied.

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