Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) September 12, 2013
New York Fine Art Appraisers (NYFAA) announces the opening of a Palm Beach office with a team of Accredited Senior Appraisers that will provide South Florida clients with the service, experience and expertise that has made NYFAA a leader in the field. The new location follows the opening of a Los Angeles regional office last year, which has been met with much enthusiasm and support from West Coast associates and clients.
The South Florida office is located in West Palm Beach, and offers the full range of appraisal and advisory services offered in New York. The office is staffed by generalist fine and decorative art appraisers, along with experts in various specialty areas including fine jewelry, Asian art, ancient artifacts and contemporary art and design. For those clients requiring liquidation of art, antiques and personal property, the Trusts and Estates department in New York works directly with the team in Florida to best serve clients.
National and international demand for professional appraisals and consulting services has steadily grown over the past 5 years. "Expansion to Florida was completely necessary for us," says Jason L. Rahm, ASA, AAA, Founder and President of NYFAA. "As we have formed relationships with clients and art professionals throughout the United States, we recognized the demand for services in the South Florida region, including Palm Beach and Miami," Rahm adds.
Along with sponsorships and attendance at prominent Florida art events, such as the Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning in Orlando, Florida and Art Basel, Miami, NYFAA experts lecture on appraisal related topics to regional insurance brokerages, financial and legal groups.
New York Fine Art Appraisers is one of the leading independent appraisal and advisory firms of the fine and decorative arts in the country. They provide a full range of professional valuation, consulting and collection management services tailored to meet the needs of both private and corporate collectors and non-profit institutions in the United States and abroad. Recent projects include the appraisal of the art at Rockefeller Center; 2,200 fine art photographs for the United States Secret Service; and the appraisal and liquidation of an important Old Master paintings collection at Sotheby's, New York on behalf of a West Coast estate.