appraisal costs

Appraisal Costs

The costs a company incurs in making sure its products conform to customer needs or desires. Examples include field testing and focus groups. Appraisal costs are a type of quality cost.

appraisal costs

see QUALITY COSTS.
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Appraisal costs have been rising, this is true, but not enough to compensate for the mounting workload of the average appraiser.
Council Chairman Chip Badeaux selected against the measure, arguing that the company should cover appraisal costs as it will benefit from the tax deduction on the donation.
It will also pay exploration and appraisal costs of a maximum GBP60m.
Total is required to fund 80 percent of exploration and appraisal costs over four years to which Total has committed the first US$48 million of expenditure for stage one after which Central will fund the next US$12 million.
3085), which would eliminate a provision that currently allows Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to order appraisals as necessary and prohibit the government-sponsored enterprises from passing on appraisal costs to consumers involved in a Home Affordable Refinance Program.
In most cases, an appraisal costs less than an annual, and I can make the case that it's worth having.
65) Finally, two jurisdictions have no statutory provision governing the allocation of appraisal costs and expenses.
The Appraisal Institute, the American Society of Appraisers, the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers, and the National Association of Independent Fee Appraisers recommended that appraisal costs and appraisal management fees be reported separately to buyers on both good faith estimates and closing statements.
Origin, Australia's No 2 power retailer, will pay the next $50 million in exploration and appraisal costs at the five blocks in Thailand, Vietnam and Laos.
If you needed to calculate the cost of quality, it can be boiled down to this equation: Cost of quality = prevention costs + appraisal costs + internal defect costs + external defect costs.
I will call appraisal costs, which are the costs that creditors incur
It was stated, when prevention and appraisal costs are increasing then failure costs are going down.

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