Farmers insurance declared my 1989 Porsche 944S2 a Total Loss and gave it 'excellent' condition marks but were insistent on a FMV of $7,300. After filling out the free quote, Monica called the next day and we had a half hour conversation and she was confident in getting me $9,200 -- $9,900. The week before Christmas she calls and says they reached a settlement price of $10,091!!!
— Charles Clifton
Total Loss Claim Satisfied Customer
Whether your bank, credit union or your insurance company requires you to get an independent appraisal, or you simply want to protect your investment, we can meet your needs. To establish the true market value of the vehicle, we first take into consideration if the vehicle is stock original or if the vehicle has been upgraded or restored. All reports include a detailed breakdown and description of the vehicle and its various components and upgrades. Relevant upgrades and modifications are detailed.
Prompt attention is given to you needs and typically we can email you a rough draft that day. Upon your approval of the appraisal we can fax it directly to your lending institution or your insurance agent. We also will mail the hard copy to you for your records. Your satisfaction is our number one priority and accuracy for you sets us apart from the rest.
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