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Welcome to the home page of Sprenkel Appraisals. We are a leading provider of residential real property valuations in Shasta County and northern Tehama County, California. With over 25 years in the real estate business, we have a proven track record of providing high-quality customer service to our lenders/clients.

Our service areas include the following communities:

  • Shasta County:  Redding, Anderson, Cottonwood, Shasta Lake City, Bella Vista, Palo Cedro, Millville, and Shingletown
  • Tehama County:  Cottonwood and Lake California

We provide appraisal services for the following real estate needs:

  • Conventional, FHA, and USDA Financing
  • Complex Properties
  • Estate Planning
  • Divorce Settlement
  • Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) Removal


Our areas of expertise include custom home construction and riverfront properties.  We've appraised 78% of the homes in Redding involved in $1,000,000+ transactions over the past five years (2018 - 2022).


We also have extensive experience in estate and divorce valuation.  We receive referrals from many local realtors, attorneys, and accountants and have expert witness experience.


Through this website, you can perform a number of tasks. Spend some time and find out a bit more about the appraisal business, review local news, or play with the mortgage calculator. The more you know, the better decisions you can make.

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