Appraisal Studies 203: Communication of a Personal Property Appraisal


Start Date



8:30am–5:30pm except Sunday 8:30am–noon


Tower 1101

End Date


Meeting Day

Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday



This course provides participants with the basics of communicating an appraisal as a written report. The instructor reviews the required parts of an appraisal report and provides guidance on organizing a document that presents a logical argument for value. Participants use the terms they acquired in PP 201 and the methodology they learned in PP/GJ 202 in-class exercises to complete their appraisal and prepare the appraisal report for review by the instructor.

Class runs 8:30am–5:30pm, Thursday–Saturday, March 28–30, and 8:30am–noon, Sunday March 31.
Thursday, March 28, class meets in the Design and Media Center, Huntington Studio, Friday–Sunday, in Tower 1101.

This class has ended.

Sandra Tropper, ASA is an accredited senior appraiser in Fine Art, and has been appraiser and art consultant in the Washington, D.C. area for more than 25 years. Accredited by the American Society of Appraisers (ASA), she is a past chair of the Personal Property Committee, past chair of education for the personal property discipline, … Read more