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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does an equipment appraisal cost?

Our fee proposals take into consideration several factors, including:

  • Time spent in the field inspecting, cataloging, and photographing the subject property.
  • Time conducting market research and developing conclusions of value.
  • Time compiling and reviewing the appraisal report.

What do I need to get a fee quote?

An Equipment List that identifies the subject property. The more detailed the list, the better!

  • If an inspection is needed, we need to know the locations of the equipment. Arrangements will need to be made to conduct the inspection.
  • If the appraisal will be conducted on a ‘desktop’ basis, (no physical inspection) the Equipment List must include at minimum the Make, Model, Age, and Serial / VIN Number of each piece of equipment to be appraised. Additional information such as capacities, accessories, attachments, rebuilds, etc. is also helpful.

What’s the difference between an appraisal with inspection and a desktop appraisal?

A desktop appraisal does not include a physical inspection of the subject property, and relies completely on the availability of a reliable equipment list. Desktop appraisals are sometimes, but not always, less expensive than a full appraisal with inspection. The amount of research necessary to complete a desktop appraisal is equal to or greater than the amount required for a full appraisal. If equipment lists are missing key descriptive information, or if multiple lists call for time-consuming reconciliation, it’s probably better to conduct an inspection.

I see that all of your appraisers are accredited with the American Society of Appraisers. Why is that?

ASA-accredited appraisers provide exceptional valuation expertise as they earn their designations only after completing a rigorous course structure and peer-evaluation process that requires years of study, experience, dedication and commitment. ASA accredited appraisers follow both the professional standards set forth by the Appraisal Foundation and ASA's own Code of Ethics and Principles of Appraisal Practice to provide a credible, objective opinion of value.

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