Appraisal Services

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Lisa and Lorie are Accredited Members of the International Society of Appraisers and have a specialty in antiques and residential content. Past clients include PNC Bank and private client donations to The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum and the Cleveland Museum of Art and Oberlin College.

Personal property appraisers aren’t licensed but knowledgeable professionals and are members of at least one of the three major appraisal organizations. Members have passed multiple tests including the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), follow a code of ethics and must re-qualify every five years. This assures you that your appraisal report is prepared by a qualified professional that meets your needs.

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L&L provides the following appraisals of:

  • Antiques, collectibles and decorative arts
  • Artwork and sculptures
  • Fine wine
  • Furniture
  • Pottery, porcelain and glass
  • Silver
  • General residential content

L&L DOES NOT appraise:

  • Fine Jewelry
  • Stamps
  • Coins

What’s it worth?

Did you know that some items may have different values depending on what you need the appraisal for? Make sure you hire a qualified appraiser who understands these values so your appraisal is correct and useful.

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Appraisals are used for:

  • Insurance
  • Estate planning
  • Probate, trust, estate settlement
  • Divorce, dissolution
  • Equitable distribution
  • Charitable donation
  • Bankruptcy
  • Chattel Mortgage

What’s a Qualified and Ethical Appraiser?

  • An individual who has earned an appraisal designation from a recognized professional appraiser organization or has met certain education and experience requirements (required for IRS appraisals).
  • Opinion of value is unbiased and not contingent on any financial outcomes. WE DO NOT BUY APPRAISED ITEMS.
  • The individual regularly prepares appraisals for which he or she is paid.
  • The individual has not been prohibited from practicing before the IRS under section 330(c) of title 31 of the United States Code at any time during the 3-year period ending on the date of the appraisal.
  • The individual is not an excluded individual. (The individual is a 3rd-party independent appraiser that has no connection to the item, donor or donee.)

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R.C. …Chattel Mortgage Appraisal, 2013
Awesome!…I called her Monday morning and I had the appraisal on Tuesday afternoon.