When Do You Need an Appraiser?
Insurance providers require a professional appraisal when you are seeking to schedule your valuable personal property. Also, you frequently need a professional valuation of your property during estate planning or during divorce negotiations to determine a fair distribution of assets. You may be interested in making a donation of personal property to a charitable institution. If you’re donating items or collections worth more than $5,000 to a non-profit, the IRS requires a “gift appraisal.”
My appraisals are compliant with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), and are available to my Client by printed copy, CD or electronic transmission. All appraisals are held in the strictest confidence at all times.
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