How do I price personal property?

personal property loss replacement value
marthajean
Asked Nov 15, 2009
What kind of personal property? I think different properties have different ways to appraise.
Ryan Nov 15, 2009
Personal property generally holds more value to the owner. Consider the age, condition, and what type.
Elmo412
Answered Jun 20, 2010
It depends on what kind of properties do you have. You can see for financial expert in your question.
donnahuber5
Answered Nov 12, 2013
The basic price of the house is set in the region it is located. On that basis, the services of the house is added into it and the price of the particular property is decided.

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KieraMcLean
Answered Nov 10, 2014
Edited Nov 10, 2014
The price of a retail merchant would charge for property of that kind considering the age and condition of the said property at the time the value is determined. For more info visit us http://goo.gl/ZVQJsE
katerichards
Answered Dec 25, 2014
Edited Dec 25, 2014
The standard you use in valuing your personal property is the retail replacement value. Visit http://goo.gl/JmsBgi for any clarification.
samanthainglis
Answered Jan 08, 2015
Contact your local property agent! http://www.whatisgold.net
sideeffect11
Answered May 21, 2015
Edited May 21, 2015

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