Inherit Some Older Paintings? What To Do

Posted on: 15 March 2017

If some artwork has been left to you in a will or from a relative and you aren't sure if you want to keep it, you should have it appraised. If you have it appraised, you can see what the value is, and you can determine if you should sell or keep the piece. It can be difficult to decide what the cost should be to sell if you don't know a lot about art or if you've never heard about the artist.
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3 Signs That You Are Ready To Part With An Original Work Of Art

Posted on: 16 November 2016

Art can make a house feel like a home. It can transform an ordinary room into a thing of beauty, and it can provide just the perfect touch over a fireplace mantle. Original works of art are unique, one-of-a-kind treasures that should be handled carefully and preserved well so that future generations can also enjoy their splendor. Sometimes, though, you may find that your tastes have changed, and you may no longer want to own a certain work of art.
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Handling Your Loved One's Valuables Through Estate Sales

Posted on: 18 May 2016

If someone in your family has passed away, you could be left with the task of trying to liquidate their possessions and sell their home, vehicle, and other personal belongings. Many people choose to have an estate sale, which typically includes selling or auctioning the home along with the remainder of the persons' belongings being sold separately to the general public. Before you hire a professional estate sale and appraisal company, consider how you want to sell their things and determine if having a public sale is worth the effort.
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3 Ways To Make Sure Your Home Appraises For The Highest Amount Possible

Posted on: 28 March 2016

Refinancing your home to draw some equity from it is one of the best ways to get cash for the addition you would like to put on your home. The only problem with this is that the amount of equity you can tap into will be based on the appraisal value of your home and the amount you currently owe. To get the highest amount of money for your equity loan, you may want to complete a few steps before the appraiser comes to your home to complete the appraisal.
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