Virtual Certified Appraisals
We now offer Virtual Certified Appraisals.
Virtual appraisals are simple. Provide us with the items, photos and relevant information and we can provide you with a Certified Appraisal. You’re good to go. Simple as that! Call us and we can answer your questions. (702) 236-4114. (please 8 am to 7 pm PST)
Munari Auctions was founded in 2004 for the purpose of conducting an auction and certified appraisal business dedicated to increasing liquidity, trust and transparency for both buyers and sellers of real estate and personal property. We honor our fiduciary responsibility to our clients by providing expert appraisal services, sound advise on the disposition and acquisition of assets real and personal and by being readily available through all stages of the auction process.
Munari Auctions is a member of the The Certified Appraisers Guild of America (CAGA), with members in all 50 US states and 6 Canadian Provinces. The Certified Appraisers Guild of America is North America’s # 1 trainer of personal property appraisers. On an annual basis, it trains more personal property appraisers than any other organization in North America.
The Certified Appraisers Guild of America (CAGA) is a professional accrediting organization providing certification of personal property appraisers. The Guild has been instrumental in helping to standardize the personal property appraisal profession. The members of the Certified Appraisers Guild form a network of valuable appraiser contacts throughout the United States and Canada.
The Missouri Auction School established the Certified Appraisers Guild of America (CAGA). Founded in 1905, the Missouri Auction School has trained auctioneers in general appraisal principles. For over a century, it has provided personal property appraisal training as part of its curriculum. It has been recognized world wide for its quality training programs by such organizations as Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, Smithsonian Magazine, the Times of London, England and ABC, CBS, CNN and NBC news.
Method of Appraisal
There are three stages to the methodology of Munari Auctions’ Certified Appraisals.
First, we offer a Free Consultation with the client to identify and discuss the property and the issues.
Part 1 Identifying and recording the assets.
Part 2 Analyzing and researching the item or items and determining Fair Market Value.
Part 3 Preparing a final written Appraisal.
Cost of Appraisals
The expense of the report is incrementally stepped according to the level of work performed.
The time for each step is determined by the scope of work, which includes travel, location, amount of personal property and the necessary research to determine the total facts in final Fair Market Value opinion.
The value of the items being appraised has no bearing on the cost of the appraisal. i.e., “An appraisal for a simple oil painting worth $100 may cost more than a sculpture worth $10,000. The cost of the appraisal is determined on the factors of information and labor needed to arrive at the FMV.
There are several types of appraised values such as, the item’s value in the market often called “its fair market value”, and referred to as the price paid by a willing buyer to a willing seller. Another is the replacement value, which is the retail price that would have to be paid to replace the item. There are others, depending on the reason for the appraisal.
These appraisals based on the “reason for the appraisal” may include, fair market value, replacement value, marketable cash value, actual cash value, liquidation value, and salvage value.
Depending on the use of an appraisal different values will be applied to the personal property, such as in a divorce proceeding, a forced bankruptcy sale, charitable contributions, or an insurance damage claim. The correct value level might be the result of the specific terms of an insurance policy or legal court settlement. To be clear, different purposes of the appraisal might reflect different appraised final values.
Munari Auctions offers both fair market and insurance appraisals for private individuals, corporations, museums, banks, estate lawyers, etc. Appraisals are private and confidential. Many factors determine appraisal fees, including research, time and travel.
Geno Munari is a Certified Appraiser.
Certified Appraisers Guild of America
Personal Property appraiser certification program.
Missouri Auction School
National Auctioneers Association Education Institute
Accredited Auctioneer Real Estate 100
Accredited Auctioneer Real Estate 200
Accredited Auctioneer Real Estate 300
U.N.L.V. 109 hours Real Estate
Geno Munari is a graduate of the Missouri Auction School and a member of the Certified Appraisers Guild of America, National Auctioneers Association, National Auctioneers Foundation and the California State Auctioneers Association.