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to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

Synonyms for appraise

evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of

consider in a comprehensive way

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The question is whether the appraisal of the land itself already accounted for the value of the separately appraised aspect of the property.
These auctions at Priest and Payette Lakes 15 since 2011 generally have homeowners bidding the appraised value of the lot their homes sit on with no competitive bids to acquire ownership of the land.
The fixed rate loan has a ten-year term, with two years of interest only payments followed by eight years of amortization, and an appraised LTV of approximately 72%.
Appraised values on seasoned assets still in special servicing have continued to fall in value despite generally rising commercial real estate market valuations as they tend to become obsolete or otherwise non-competitive.
The walled residence that once appraised at more than $1.5 million bears a 4 Robinwood Drive address despite its Cantrell Road location.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority proposed the change, which will allow broker-dealers to utilize two methodologies to calculate per-share estimated value for REITs--a net investment methodology or an appraised value methodology.
CHARLTON - Have you ever wondered just how much that old vase or painting would fetch if you dusted it off and went through the trouble of getting it appraised?
In an ominous sign for owners of overpriced New York City real estate, Laurence Gluck's troubled Riverton Houses has been appraised at a price 15 percent lower than its first mortgage for a foreclosure sale scheduled for Friday, according to financial analyst firm Trepp.
PCTs are not forced to fund treatments which have not yet been appraised by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice), or which are not being appraised.
Currently, new cancer drugs are only available to all patients on the NHS in Wales after they have been appraised for cost and clinical effectiveness by either the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) or the All-Wales Medicines Strategy Group (AWMSG).
19, 2006, the appraiser is licensed or certified for the type of property being appraised in the state in which the appraised real property is located.
It makes no sense to demand an appraisal without defining exactly what is being appraised, particularly when there are multiple values that need to be determined.
Have your items appraised by a reputable appraiser to find out the value of your possessions.
For starters, lenders asked to finance a commercial property will do so based on the property's appraised value, which is tightly associated with the net operating income, and not the buyer's purchase price as in the case of a residential mortgage request.
Ask the appraiser what metalcasting facilities he or she has appraised in the past and request a contact at that company to use as a reference.