To appraise the contents of a residence or business, an appraiser must be qualified to evaluate tangible personal property such as art, antiques, boats, collectibles, dolls and other toys, business equipment, furniture, furs, electronics, jewelry, machinery, memorabilia, mineral collections, musical instruments, rugs, watches and other valuable items. Both retail and fair market values must be equitable as well as reliable. In addition, a comprehensive knowledge of antique, classic and custom automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, heavy construction equipment and recreational vehicles such as motor homes and camping trailers is desirable. The St. Lucie Appraisal Company satisfies all of the requirements necessary to guarantee a quality USPAP compliant appraisal done in a timely manner. As a contents and personal property appraiser in all 50 states, the appraisals are part of a specialized field where training and experience are necessary components for producing comprehensive reports. In matters of probate in estate dissolution, divorce and equitable distribution, insurance, bankruptcy, tangible personal property or motor vehicle tax or charitable donations for IRS tax credits, The St. Lucie Appraisal Company can provide the needed expertise to get the job done right.
Hire an Expert Contents and Personal Property Appraiser for Insurance, Estates and Donations
In many instances, fast service is also a requirement because of unforeseen circumstances, last-minute decisions and often the negligence of one or more parties to perform their duties with due diligence. A great deal of research goes into preparing a personal property appraisal, particularly when valuable items are involved. An appraisal company that maintains an extensive database of various categories of personal property has the ability to complete assignments more quickly. And in terms of flexibility, as it is sometimes necessary to perform online appraisals on weekends, an appraiser who is willing to sacrifice free time in order to better serve their client can be a lifesaver when time is of the essence.
Personal Property appraisals are typically performed for insurance underwriting and claims, charitable donations for tax credit, estate dissolution, divorce, bankruptcy, diminished value, finance, expert witness and purchase or sale. A licensed appraiser should be counted on to produce a comprehensive, professionally written report for all of these situations. The St. Lucie Appraisal Company provides tangible personal property appraisal services in all 50 states.
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