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  Who should pay for a gift-in-kind appraisal? Frequently Asked Questions

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Normally the donor would pay for the appraisal.

In some circumstances the institution might pay as part of the negotiation with the donor if the gift was special or significant or could not be acquired in any other way.

It is important to ensure that during negotiations that this is clear up front as some appraisal costs for specialized items can sometimes be significant if an expert appraiser need to be engaged.
 
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