Bonnie Rose Appraisal, Liquidation & Estate Sale Services
Prepared by professional, qualified and experienced personnel. Insurance, Bankruptcies, Divorce, Equitable distributions, & Buying/Selling objects. We professionally conduct Estate/Moving Sales and Private Liquidation services with excellent results. We offer appraisals and consultation to meet your individual needs.
Bonnie Rose Appraisal Services, Inc. follows the established code of ethics of the Certified Appraisers Guild of America. As a member of the “Certified Appraisers Guild of America“, we adhere to the “Certified Appraisers Guild of America’s Code of Professional Ethics” and to the 2003 “Universal Standards of Professional Appraisal Practices“.
Confidentiality and integrity are our guiding principles. As such, an hourly rate is charged for appraisal services, and not a percentage of property value. Because we are not dealers and do not buy from our clients, we appraise as a totally disinterested party. This insures a fair and objective appraisal of our client’s belongings.
Headquartered in Asheville, NC, we serve businesses, professionals, and the general public in Western NC, Upstate SC, and Eastern Tennessee.
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