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The best place to start when deciding what to do with a piano is to have it appraised.  This is how you learn the value, age, and correct path to the piano's future.  An appraisal can include an "as-is" cash value for resale of the instrument, as well as an estimate for any work it may need done.

An appraisal also includes a complete description in writing of the positive aspects of the condition of the instrument, building value into it's asking price.  Many times critical parts have already, previously been replaced with new ones.

An appraisal makes a sale much easier by showing a potential buyer a more detailed image of the piano, and an accurate selling price.  By getting an appraisal with "ctpianos", we will also list the piano on our site free of charge, increasing it's chance of selling quickly.

 

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