Appraisal Value


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Appraisal Value

The value of a property as estimated by a person licensed to do so. The appraised value may take into account the quality of the property, values of surrounding properties, and market conditions in the area. It is important for determining the property taxes for which the owner is liable, as well as a potential sale price if the owner wishes to sell the property.
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New e-commerce jewelry site and brick-and mortar store specializes in diamond rings, offers the best in quality and value, including 50% discounts off the appraisal value of most products
According to CBRE Research, the price paid by the automaker was more than triple the appraisal value, and also the highest price by far for a single piece of land in Asia since the global financial crisis.
As owners and developers enhance buildings with energy-efficient features, appraisers can help make the case for green appraisal value," said Appraisal Institute President Ken P.
The impairment loss reflects company's decision to write off Botanic Garden project (2% of AFI portfolio) and the expected decrease in the appraisal value of Pochtovaya, Kossinskaya and Tverskaya Plaza Ib and II.
The final repair cost, not including deductibles (average gross collision appraisal value) in the second quarter was $2,729, or 3 percent less than last year, but with the development factor it comes up with a gross collision appraisal value of $2,802--identical to the same quarter in 2008, Mitchell reported.
Treasury bond prices and the appraisal value of the country's euro-denominated assets, the Finance Ministry said Friday.
He was asked by county attorney Karla Burnett during an appeal to County Judge Buddy Villines and revealed the appraisal value at that time.
If the $375,000 appraisal value is used, Frazier has a $120,000 deductible capital loss ($495,000-$375,000) and $211,000 of forgiveness-of-indebtedness income ($586,000-$375,000).
It would render an ESOP unable to compete with any alternative purchaser willing to pay appraisal value for company stock.
In cases where updated appraisals were over six to 12 months old Fitch applied a 20% haircut to the most recent appraisal value to estimate additional declines in appraised value.
Wagner appealed the 2006 appraisal value to the Board of Tax Appeals.