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Having handled literally millions of items since 1980 has given us a unique perspective regarding a wide range of assets. Our clients include: Several Attorney's, Banks such as Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Amerus Bank, United Community Bank, U.S. Trust,  The Court System, Bankruptcy Trustee's and thousands of private clients such as yourself. 

Estates, Business Assets, Firearms, Vehicles, Antiques, Collections, and many other items from a variety of sources have been appraised by our experts.  Our appraisals are detailed and USPAP compliant. 

In addition to written appraisals, we also act as consultants to our clients who need to know what options they have regarding their assets.  


Christopher Fisher: 

30+ Years’ experience as an auctioneer & Appraiser. Has conducted over 4000 auctions and has participated in over 500 appraisals.

2008 President, Florida Auctioneers Association

2009 Florida Auctioneers Association Lewis C. Dell Award Hall of Fame Inductee

2010 Florida Auctioneers Association Bidcalling Champion

Reppert’s School of Auctioneering, Decatur, Indiana. Honor Graduate Spring 1988

Don Tennant School of Real Estate, Summer 1989

Graduate Personal Property Appraisal Course 101 Winter 1997, Orlando, Florida

Graduate Personal Property Appraisal Course 201 Summer 1998, Elgin, Illinois

Graduate Personal Property Appraisal Refresher Course, Summer 2005, Charleston, South Carolina.

Graduate Certified Auctioneers Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

Graduate Certified Estate Specialist Course, National Auctioneers Association

Participant in several “Opinion of Value” Fairs in Volusia County

Co-Owner Fisher’s Auction & Appraisal Services Since 1986

Former Co-Owner of Fisher’s Auto & Equipment Sales 2003-2015

Senior Appraiser, Chris Fisher, Appraiser

Dealer of Antique & Modern Home Furnishings for over 30 Years

Has Liquidated 4,000+ Estates in His Career

Former Federal Firearms Licensee

Guest Speaker/Seminar Instructor Various Auction Related Classes.

USPAP 7 Hour Update May 2018