What's it Worth?
Following is a list of frequently asked questions by others seeking appraisal services.
Why should I have my property or assets appraised? There are many reasons to know the value of your assets or property. In some cases an appraisal is done to satisfy an equitable distribution for an estate, divorce, business dissolution or business acquisition. Also, some appraisals are done for collectors, trust officers, insurance purposes and charitable donations. Sometimes an appraisal is not necessary, and in that case, we will advise accordingly.
Who do you provide appraisal services for? We provide personal property appraisal services for individuals, collectors, estate executors, trustees, lenders, certified public accountants, insurance companies, business owners and attorneys.
What is included with my appraisal report? A complete and certified appraisal will include an examination of the property, assessment of condition, complete inventory, photography, market research and valuation of the property as well as production of a written final appraisal report compliant with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP.)
What is USPAP? The Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) is the generally recognized ethical and performance standards for the appraisal profession in the United States.
Do you provide appraisal services for a single item? Yes, we can help you with a single item or entire estate, entire business or collection.