Arsenal Appraisal

"Because you can't afford to wait"

About Arsenal Appraisal

Arsenal Appraisal began in 1997 as Arsenal Property & Appraisal. Since that time, Arsenal has grown to a staff of 11 appraisers plus support personnel. In November of 2000, the Laurinburg branch office of Arsenal Appraisal was opened. Jeff Hoglen manages this branch. Burlington was the site of our next office in July 2001. Khaliq Qayumi is the manager at that location. Joe Mathews has recently opened a branch office in West End to meet the needs of our Moore and Montgomery County customers. Our large coverage area and consistent quality and turnaround make Arsenal Appraisal the first call for appraisals in central North Carolina.

Arsenal Appraisal is an association of appraisers that strives to provide an efficient and productive work atmosphere for its staff. Our appraisers are able to produce the highest quality reports in a timely manner due to the support that Arsenal provides. An extensive supply of data sources, a large appraisal reference library, the wide-ranging experiences of our certified appraisers, and a smooth-flowing camaraderie among the staff make for a dynamic work environment.

Why “Arsenal”? Fayetteville was the home of the historic U.S. Arsenal in the 1800’s. This arsenal was one of the most important military installations in the South at that time. In 1861, the Confederate States government took over the arsenal and used it to support the war effort through the manufacture of cartridges and the famous “Fayetteville Rifle”. In 1865, Fayetteville was invaded by Union troops and U.S. General Sherman ordered the destruction of the Fayetteville Arsenal. Today, the former arsenal site is the location of the Museum of the Cape Fear and Arsenal Park.

24 Hour Service! For those special times when you have to have an emergency rush need for an appraisal, Arsenal Appraisal can help. Our special 24-hour premium service is available for an additional fee of only $100 for residential properties. please note that we will need as much information as possible about the subject property before starting.