Boston Chapter Officers

 

President:

Michael A. Salvadore, Jr., ASA, CEA, MPPA, 

valuation@kingfishcapital.com

Vice President:

Warren H. Morss, ASA, GIA

warren@bostonega.com

Treasurer:

Jack Cacchiotti, ASA, CPA

jcacchiotti@rm-llp.com

Secretary:

Allyson Lee, ASA

alee@aleeappraisals.com

 

Upcoming Events:

Fenwary Park: Red Sox vs. Giants
September 17, 2019 at 7:10 p.m.

 

Annual Dinner Meeting

June 11, 2019 at Del Frisco’s Grille, Chestnut Hill, MA
Start time: 5:30 p.m.
Cocktail networking hour, followed by dinner meeting
and election of officers.
RSVP by June 6, 2019
781.366.3259 | alee@aleeappraisals.com

Recent Events

“Equipment Appraised Values In Light of Finance Documentation and End of Lease Returns”

December 7, 2017

Presenters: Christopher J. Condon, ASA & Paul R. Cogley, ASA

Eustis Estate Tour and Lecture 9/27/17

“Beauty and Power: The Embrace and Abondonment of Modern Design in America’s Gilded Age”

 

Welcome to the Boston Chapter of the American Society of Appraisers

Serving Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Southern Maine and Southern New Hampshire.
To find an appraiser in your area: http://www.appraisers.org/find-an-appraiser

What is an appraisal and why hire an appraiser?
An appraisal is a valuation of property provided by a professional appraiser such as those designated by ASA. A professional appraiser will prepare a comprehensive report for their clients which provides his/her opinion of value at a given point in time for any type of property whether it be a business, a diamond, an electricity-generating windmill, a sculpture, a house or more.

Preparing an appraisal involves research, analysis of all pertinent information and the proper experience, knowledge and judgment to make a reasonable and supportable opinion of value.

There are all different types of appraisers as there are all different types of properties. ASA is the source to find professional appraisers for all types of property including business assets, common stock, real estate, personal property, intangible property, machinery and equipment. There are a wide variety of reasons that drive demand for independent appraisals – some are required by law and others are for assurance, risk mitigation, impartiality and objectivity.

Members of the Boston Chapter of the American Society of Appraisers – with their ASA accreditation, education, valuation experience and adherence to ethical practices – make all the difference when consumers need independent, credible opinions of value on property. To learn more about the American Society of Appraisers go to: www.appraisers.org