retrospective appraisal

retrospective appraisal

The estimated value of property at some point in the past; may be necessary to value a gift.

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But let's say you receive a friendly letter from a lender asking for your assistance because a certain loan has gone into foreclosure and the retrospective appraisal is significantly lower than your appraised value.
CASE PROBLEM: You need to perform a retrospective appraisal of a home that was wiped out by a hurricane.
This ambitious, probing, and often insightful 16-chapter volume unexpectedly turned into a retrospective appraisal of Alan Bersin's seven years as superintendent of the San Diego City Schools.
The methodology and valuation process for appraising contaminated property in its pre-contaminated condition, which is referred to as a retrospective appraisal, and the reliability of such methodology, was explained.
To conduct an after-the-fact, or retrospective appraisal, it is necessary to establish that the property did indeed exist and that the owner was in possession of the property.
Meanwhile, a retrospective appraisal revealed that the original appraisal used to underwrite the loan was overly aggressive.
The results of two retrospective appraisal review surveys indicate that many appraisers will not go beyond the brief space allotted on the URAR form when making their Site comments.
Overall, retrospective appraisals of presidential performance do not seem to differ systematically by whether the former presidents were Democrats or Republicans, all else equal.