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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Therefore, the aggregate face and appraised values for both pools are $15.
10 when Gillis openly questioned the difference in appraised values of a Canyon Country parcel, which was purchased to establish a campus on the Santa Clarita Valley's east side.
Even though officials are limited by law to paying fair market value, Grecco negotiated or approved prices that exceeded appraised values in 22 deals.
According to the court, the record contained no evidence that any of the comparable properties had been appraised at an amount other than market value, thus it had to assume that the appraised values were at market value.
Focus instead on replacement cost or some measure of "value in use," like appraised values.
Additional researched data, such as the potential appraised values and AVM values can be provided by FirstClose as well.
Agency relationships may have an effect on appraised values relative to market values (i.
A major increase in appraised values occurred in Valencia North River, where significant acreage is being prepared for development.
The company's borrowing capacity is based on the most recent appraised values of its real estate inventory at any given time.
Fitch currently expects losses on three of the five REO properties based on recent appraised values, offers, or contract amounts.
The appraised values of the company's land and income-producing properties in the Valencia master-planned community have increased from $222 million in 1984, the first year independent property appraisals were obtained to $771 million in 1995.
If DHCR sets rents at levels much below current market rents, a co-op's appraised value, as determined for financing purposes, could be lowered dramatically.