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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Home equity continued to rise across the country in January, with appraisal values increasing 0.
Nationally, the HVI showed a slight dip in appraisal values in November with a 0.
Additionally, the bank's valuation was far lower than the other two appraisal values, which the court decided made it less credible.
Examples of such concerns include: "Failure to obtain current appraisals or perform adequate appraisal reviews"; "Bank frequently relied on stale appraisals"; "Inadequate control of the lending function, including appraisals"; and "Poorly explained upward adjustments to the appraisal values.
That's why current low yields have increased the appraisal values of existing products.
Actuarial appraisal values provide a sound basis for the development of an integrated measurement of strategic value and risk.
City Engineer Robert Newman said initial offerings to property owners were based largely on appraisal values for raw land, but settlement negotiations have and will take into account the landowners' claims of financial hardships.
Appraisal values have also risen, and banks have in turn responded.
After calculating the value of the business, this number should be examined closely for the following items: appraisal values that depend on the buyer making large down payments; and valuations based on apparently unreasonable projections of future growth in cash flow, since it depends on reduced expenditures or increased revenues.
Based on reports, HBSS believes Richmond American Homes artificially inflated the home appraisal values of new homes with Countrywide, driving up home sale prices and pushing unsuspecting homeowners into dangerous loans.
The lawsuit, which comes against 22 defendants, ranging from appraisers and banks to mortgage companies and builders, alleges deceptive lending practices including inflated appraisal values by 35 to 45 percent.
One of the problems affecting the real estate business -- and the economy -- has been appraisal values.