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Appraisal Report

A report detailing the estimation of the value of a property by a person licensed to do so. An appraisal report may be self-contained, summary, or restricted. A self-contained report is 150 pages and highly detailed, discussing every element considered in the appraisal. A summary report is 20 pages and less detailed. A restricted report is 10 pages and is intended only for the owner's use.
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Tenders are invited for preparation of status descriptions and opinions on the value of real estate in the form of appraisal reports
I then used, and still use, this tool to help me consider reviewed appraisal reports' reconciled values.
guarantees their clients appraisal reports within two to three business days from an inspection.
Third, the firm should provide internal appraisal oversight, which includes an independent staffer or a consultant who tests the appraisal reports to ensure the consistent use and reporting of data by staff members.
CU has resulted in appraisers being asked to provide greater detail and support for their adjustments and their choice of comparables submitted in their appraisal reports.
However, the union government did not include his name in the offer list as "his performance appraisal reports for 2011- 12 and 2012- 13 and the vigilance clearance were missing".
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The lender agrees that it shall quality control test, by use of retroactive or additional appraisal reports or other appropriate method, of a randomly-selected 10 percent (or other bona fide statistically significant percentage) of the appraisals or valuations which are used by the lender, including the results of automated valuation models, broker's price opinions or "desktop" evaluations.
To earn the organization's AM or ASA designation, a CPA/ABV also must satisfy ASA experience and membership requirements, receive approval--after a rigorous peer review process--of two appraisal reports he or she has prepared and pass both an ethics examination and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) course and examination.
For AICPA ABVs to earn the ASA's credentials, they must complete ASA experience and membership requirements, as well as pass two appraisal reports through a peer review process.
Tenders are invited for preparation of appraisal reports, part 7 (2 parts)

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