Adam Torres and Jason Zilberbrand discuss VREF.
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VREF’s Aircraft Value Reference & Appraisal Services are democratizing data within the aviation industry. In this episode, Adam Torres and Jason Zilberbrand, President of VREF, explore VREF and how it is becoming known as the industry’s “Blue Book” of aircraft values.
About Jason Zilberbrand
Jason Zilberbrand is the President of VREF Aircraft Value Reference & Appraisal Services. He is an Accredited Senior Aircraft Appraiser with the American Society of Appraisers (ASA), former broker, former inventorying dealer, acquisition agent, aircraft owner, aircraft operator, contract negotiator, consultant, teacher, conference speaker, and author. Fifteen years as an inventory aircraft dealer with a $300-million-dollar credit facility, and over $4.5 billion in aircraft transactions.
After spending 25 years in General Aviation working directly with aircraft owners, operators, and owning and operating his own personal aircraft, Jason knows the international aviation marketplace. He is considered an expert in aircraft valuations, and his background is diverse with knowledge in technology and aviation.
Since 1994, VREF has been Aviation’s most trusted source of aircraft values. VREF is the official value guide for AOPA, and every major lender in the industry.
VREF is for aviation professionals that rely on independent and unbiased values whether they are an accredited appraiser, a pilot, a broker, bank, or flight department manager.
VREF Online offers subscribers access to a complete database of aircraft, including all piston fixed wing, all turbine and turbo-prop fixed wing, turbine and piston helicopters, commercial narrow body fixed wing, and stand alone engine guide, with a UAV Guide coming soon. Everyone involved with aircraft transactions should subscribe to VREF Online.