Need to know what it’s worth? Whether you need a value for bankruptcy, insurance, to settle an estate, or any other reason? We can help. 

Value is always relative to other factors. The most important question that leads to value is “why do you want to know?”

The value for your insurance company to replace items might be very different than the value if you’re just thinking about selling the asset. The IRS has its own requirements and definitions of value. Divorce courts have theirs, too. And what about the value of something used as collateral? That will have a different value too. 

Our team of  Appraisers will guide you through the complex variables involved to arrive at a well-researched value opinion. Values that we can justify and defend. All of our reports are Compliant.  

Need to know what it’s worth? Call us, we can help you figure it out. 

  • Household and Estate Appraisals
  • Small Business Appraisals
  • Machinery and Equipment Appraisals
  • Decorative and Collectable Arts
  • …Regardless of your needs, we can help. 

Our Appraisers have completed training and earned the Graduate Personal Property Appraiser (GPPA) designation through the and are members of the NAA (National Auctioneer Association). . To earn their designations, they had to complete a variety of appraisals and submit them for peer review. Our lead appraiser, David Coutchie, has not only completed the CAGA program,and has been recognized for his skills.  

If you want to rely on your final appraisal, and rest assured that it will stand up to scrutiny, make sure your appraiser is experienced and compliant. Though not required by law, it is required by many government agencies including the IRS, insurance companies, financial institutions, and others require compliance. Our CAGA appraisers are recognized professionals and strive to deliver the most accurate appraisals possible. 


If you can answer “YES” to any of the following business situations, you absolutely need an independent third party appraisal. Do you need an appraisal for…?

  • Partnership
  • Buy/Sell Agreement
  • Estate Plannings
  • 1031 Exchanges
  • Gifting
  • Trust Agreements
  • Litigation
  • Tax Purposes
  • Business Valuations
  • Dissolution
  • Financing
  • SBA Loans
  • Insurable Value
  • Property Taxes
  • Retirement Planning 
  • Cost Segregation
  • Sarbanes/Oxley

If you have questions about the appraisal process, or simply want to know what something might be worth, call our office at (417) 597-4433 and ask to speak with one of our professional appraisers.