As an accredited member of the International Society of Appraisers, we specialize in IRS approved appraisals, which exceed the federal guidelines of a “Qualified Appraiser.” All of our written appraisal reports are prepared in conformity with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) as set forth by the Appraisal Foundation and the International Society of Appraisers.

A competent appraiser helps you manage financial risk.  Rather than being just an “educated guess”, the professional appraiser’s value conclusions are based on prescribed methods of evaluation, research and report writing.

As an Accredited Member of the International Society of Appraisers with a Fine Arts Specialization and  over 20 years of professional experience in the arts business, and a degree in Fine Art, Shelley Hall exceeds the IRS requirements for a “Qualified Appraiser” in all federal tax appraisals.  We are USPAP certified and all of our formal written appraisals conform to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) as set forth by the Standards Board of the Appraisal Foundation of America.

 

Types of Appraisals

Insurance Coverage

Estate Planning

Equitable Distribution

Estate Tax Liability

Re-sale Valuation

Charitable Contribution/IRS

Damage Claims for Insurance
 

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Resources

International Society of Appraisers
www.isa-appraisers.org

The Appraisal Foundation
www.appraisalfoundation.org

Appraisal Services Online Store

We offer some invaluable resources for individuals needing art appraisal services, from an informal, online art appraisal to a formal written appraisal, we can help with all of your appraisal and consulting needs. If you are not sure you need an appraisal, we recommend our EBOOK - ‘Do You Need An Art Appraisal’ - you can download this ebook instantly and I walk you through the questions and steps to help determine if your work needs to have a professional art appraisal. This EBOOK also has an extensive list of resources to help you sell your artwork online and through auctions. To purchase any of these services, please view our online store for Appraisal Services Online. If you are needing a formal written appraisal, please call us and we will help you get started.


Q. How Much Does An Art Appraisal Cost?

A professionally prepared art appraisal for Insurance coverage starts at $600 and up depending on how many items are included. A formal written appraisal for Estate Tax or Charitable Donation begins at $800. We also have a service called an Informal Resale Valuation for clients wanting to know what they have, how much to sell it for and best places to sell. This service costs $150 and is done through email with your photos and description. Click on the link more information on the Informal Resale Valuation. This is not a formal written appraisal but a limited resale valuation. Please contact us for a complimentary consultation and quote for appraisal services.


Reviews

 

Highly Recommended!

“We have used Art Appraisal Resources for over 12 years for our entire art collection Insurance Appraisals. We were extremely satisfied with the knowledge, professionalism and attention to detail Shelley Hall provided. We did a comprehensive inventory and appraisal of our entire collection and every few years Shelley helps us to evaluate which pieces need to be updated and re-appraised. She is extremely knowledgeable and easy to work with.”

— S.J..

Expert Resource!

“Shelley Hall was recommended to us by our CPA as an IRS Qualified Appraiser, and when we needed to have my mother’s estate appraised for tax purposes, Shelley knew exactly what to do and helped us through the entire process and was knowledgeable, professional and very helpful during this difficult time.”

— C.D..

IRS Qualified Appraiser

“When we donated a large scale sculpture to our museum, Shelley Hall was recommended as an IRS Qualified Appraiser and we knew immediately that she knew what she was doing and would do the job accurately and professionally. She helped us with the required paperwork as well as facilitated the authentication process.”

— B.J..