My name is Ryan Lundquist and I am a Certified Residential Appraiser in the Sacramento area.
About Me: I’ve been appraising full-time since 2003 and my clients includes home owners, real estate agents, governmental agencies, attorneys, and lenders. I handle appraisals for estate settlement, divorce, tax grievances, pre-listing, loans and other types of private matters. I speak monthly in real estate offices to share what the real estate market is doing as well as teach appraisal-related classes. I currently sit on the Housing Opportunity Committee (Vice Chair for 2014) and Technology Committee through the Sacramento Association of Realtors. I previously served on the YPN board for three years. I am a board member of the Real Estate Appraisers Association of Sacramento. I was given the Citizen of the Year award by Rancho Cordova Rotary in 2008 and the Distinguished Service to Youth award by the Cordova Community Council in 2009. Beyond work, my passions include biking, improving local neighborhoods, writing, building out of used wood and family. I also run a volunteer non-profit called Project 680 that advocates for local homeless students.
About My Blog: The Sacramento Appraisal Blog is a top-ranking appraisal blog and it exists to help illuminate the local housing market as well as resource the real estate community and general public on how to understand the appraisal process and better work with appraisers. Topics include real estate market trends, tips for Realtors, appraisal issues and anything I find interesting or entertaining. This blog is also listed as one of the top 35 real estate blogs by BiggerPockets. If interested, you can check out Press to read recent quotes and interviews I’ve given to various local and national media outlets.
If you have any questions, please reach out. I’m available by phone, email or any of my social sites.
I look forward to being in touch.