Learn Everything There Is To Know About Your Rugs With The Help Of Our Professional Rug Appraisal
We regularly prepare rug appraisal for private clients, fiduciary advisers, and estate executors. They meet a wide-array of needs, including asset management, probate and succession, informed estate and tax planning, insurance purposes, a prior inquires about property acquisition, collateral loan agreements, gift tax documentation, and charitable contributions. Each property is comprehensively described based on our unrivaled experience in the international rug market to include origin, design, condition, medium, dimensions, provenance, circa, and replacement retail value. The final legal document, signed personally by Mr. John Khalil, is accepted throughout the industry and by courts, estate planning professionals, the Internal Revenue Service, and insurance firms. Within usually two days the certified appraisal document will be postal mailed to you.
In a written rug appraisal, we document each rug and we note the origin, category, type or regional area as well as the construction and materials and the condition of each rug with specifics. Included is a photo, a description of the design and a list of the number of colors along with other pertinent information including the age of the rug. Depending on your needs, I base the valuation on the current replacement value (usually it is the US retail market) as that is usually the most useful figure. A separate computer generated page for each rug is provided. These pages are bound along with a transmittal letter in an 8 1/2 x 11 inch booklet and mailed to you. We keep the digital photos, notes and a digital copy of the appraisal so a new original copy can be produced if needed in the future. Nothing is discarded so that no one can rummage through the trash cans to discover who you are and what you have. For your security, all the appraisal work is done in our office and no part of it is done by anyone other than our self