Appraisal Systems, Inc. is a multifaceted firm equipped to handle all real estate appraisal and valuation issues that face New Jersey municipalities, businesses and individuals.
With three offices conveniently based in Whippany, Glen Rock and Toms River
ERNEST F. DEL GUERCIO SR.CEO
Appraisal Systems, Inc.: 1981-Present
Ernest F. Del Guercio, Sr., the firm's founder and Chief Executive Officer has been involved in virtually every phase of the revaluation and assessing profession in the State of New Jersey since 1955.He obtained his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Montclair State College and Masters Degree from Kean University.Mr. Del Guercio is a frequent lecturer on assessing and revaluation practices in the state and has repeatedly lectured at seminars and workshops sponsored by the Association of Municipal Assessors of New Jersey, the New Jersey County Tax Boards Association and various appraisal organizations that provide continuing certification credits for New Jersey Appraisers and Assessors.
In 1967, Mr. Del Guercio became a partner in the revaluation firm of Revaluation and Appraisal Services Incorporated, serving as President from 1967-1973.Mr. Del Guercio also served as an Assessor for thirty-four years, from 1972 to 2006.During that period of time he was employed by the Borough of Chester, the Township of Chatham, the Borough of Florham Park, the Township of Long Hill, the Borough of Mendham, the Township of Mendham, the Township of Millburn, the Township of Randolph and the Township of Harding.In 1981, he founded Appraisal Systems Incorporated and has guided its growth to its status today as the leading Revaluation firm in the state.
Drawing upon his experiences as an Educator, Assessor, and revaluation company employee and owner, Mr. Del Guercio has been responsible for many major industry wide innovations in practice today.
He has been involved in the valuation and assessment practices of over 250 municipalities in the State of New Jersey over a 50 year plus career.
Ernest F. Del Guercio Jr., CTA, SCGREAAppraisal Systems
ERNEST F. DEL GUERCIO JR.PRESIDENT
Appraisal Systems, Inc.: 1985-Present
After graduating college in 1990, Mr. Del Guercio immediately entered the Real Estate Appraisal industry full time with Appraisal Systems, where he began work on mass appraisal assignments and URAR report writing for lending institutions.
Within two years Mr. Del Guercio was responsible for the overall management and valuation of several municipal revaluations.
Over the last 16 years, Mr. Del Guercio has been directly responsible for the values implemented in over 75 municipal revaluations throughout the state of New Jersey.
Mr. Del Guercio has also performed numerous narrative appraisals for County Boards of Taxation, The Tax Court of New Jersey, condemnation proceedings, the Bergen County Superior Court, various zoning and planning boards, lending institutions, municipal, county and state of New Jersey assignments, attorneys and numerous private clients.
Mr. Del Guercio received his Certified Tax Assessor Certificate in 1995 and became the Assessor in the Borough of Mountain Lakes in 1998 where he presently serves.He also served as the Assessor for the Township of East Hanover for two years.
This was a serious concern to Ernest F. Del Guercio Sr., Appraisal Systems Inc.'s chief executive officer.
The city hired his firm to conduct the city's first property revaluation since 1959.
The revaluation inspections have not started yet, so homeowners should not be letting anyone into their homes claiming to be with the company, Del Guercio said.
Company officials will publicize when the inspectors will start visiting Vineland properties, Del Guercio said, urging residents to then ask to see an inspector's identification badge that will include a photo.
Residents are encouraged to go on the company's website at www.asinj.com, click on the revaluation bar to watch a presentation that details the reevaluation inspection process and see a sample of the employ identification badge.
All evaluators will be on file with the police department, the tax assessor's office at City Hall and Appraisal Systems Inc.
If someone knocks on the door, the homeowner can verify the person is a bona fide inspector by making a quick phone call, Del Guercio said.
He added the inspector's vehicle license plate number also would be on file.
The Virginia Avenue residents told police they had recently received a letter from Appraisal Systems Inc. about the pending inspection.
So when the man knocked on the door at 1 p.m. Wednesday, saying he was with the company, they told police they let him in. One of the homeowners told police he closely watched the man as he checked the roof, plumbing and electric.
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