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Learn How to Have Artwork Appraised Before Insuring it With Your Homeowner's Insurance

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When you inherit a piece of artwork, it can be hard to know how to value it when insuring it with your homeowner’s insurance, if you do not know anything about art. Fortunately, you can go to an art appraiser to get the piece of art appraised so that you can insure it for the right value. The guide below walks you through a few things to know about getting your artwork appraised by a professional appraiser. Read More»

How A Professional Appraiser Can Assist Before You Buy A House

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Are you trying to decide if the house that you are interested in buying is actually worth what it is being sold for? The best way to come to a decision that is in your best interest is to seek assistance from a home appraisal contractor. Getting a house appraised can be beneficial in a few different ways. Take a look at this article to find out what kind of services an appraisal contractor can provide before you move forward with buying a house. Read More»

3 Tips For The Appraisal Prior To A Family Member's Estate Sale

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It’s always tough when a close family member or friend passes away, but things can be especially stressful if you have been put in charge of handling the estate of the deceased. Your loved one likely has a lifetime’s worth of belongings to go through and many of these items will have either sentimental or financial value. In order to get a full accounting of what you have on your hands here, it’s usually a good idea to get a professional appraisal before moving forward with an estate sale. Read More»

Maintain The Value Of Your Art With These Important Tips

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Having your art appraised for resale can be an exciting time, especially if you’ve taken a number of precautions to protect the air itself and, in turn, its value. By contrast, the appraisal process is a little more nerve wracking if you know that you haven’t done your best to take care of the art. The condition of a piece of art is largely dependent upon its condition. Even if you don’t have immediate plans to part with your art, it’s in your best interest to adopt a number of different steps that will keep the items protected for years to come. Read More»