Expert Witness

Residential Appraisal Expert Witness

William Lanciloti, President and owner of Suburban Appraisal Services is your best option in the State of Massachusetts if you need an experienced, highly credentialed witness for court litigation proceedings. Expert witness clients include attorneys, lenders, accountants, corporations, municipalities, homeowners, mortgage companies and real estate agencies. Bill can provide expert witness testimony in Boston and many other cities and towns in MA for:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Divorce
  • Property Bonds
  • Probate Court
  • Land Court
  • Estate Planning
  • Real Estate Development
  • Standard of Care Valuation
  • Tax Appeals
  • Real Property Dispute Arbitration and Mediation

Qualifications & Credentials


SRA, AI-RRS Designation

The Appraisal Institute’s prestigious SRA, AI-RRS designations are held by appraisers who are experienced in the valuation and evaluation of residential properties. By receiving the SRA designation, Bill Lanciloti is part of an elite group of appraisers who have met rigorous professional requirements relating to education, testing, experience and demonstration of knowledge, understanding, and ability.

SRA, AI-RRS designation recipients are recognized experts in appraising residential properties of all kinds while forming a business network encompassing markets nationwide and abroad.


  • Massachusetts Board of Real Estate Appraisers
  • Appraisal Institute


Licenses and Certifications

  • Awarded the Appraisal Institute’s prestigious SRA, AI-RRS designations
  • MA Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser #636
  • Licensed MA Real Estate Broker #122265
  • FHA Approved Real Estate Appraiser


  • Trustee for Mass Board of Appraisers

We Make Your Life Easier

We take pride in providing you accurate, knowledgeable, and prompt residential real estate appraisal services at competitive rates. Need a certified residential real estate appraiser in Massachusetts? Contact us to get started!
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