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appraisal

An evaluation or estimate (preferably by a qualified professional appraiser) of the market or other value, cost, utility, or other attribute of land or other facility.
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This is a core characteristic of an AMC that distinguishes its model from appraisal firms, given that appraisal firms perform appraisals using one of the firm's employees or partners.
28, the Appraisal Institute issued the first appraisal review designations in its more than 80-year history.
The nation's largest real estate appraisal organizations called on the Federal Reserve to require appraisal management companies to disclose their fees to consumers as the Fed implements landmark appraisal regulatory reforms passed by Congress.
Owens, PhD, "How Business Enterprise Value Applies to Nearly All Appraisals," The Appraisal Journal (April 1998): 117-125.
He emphasized, however, that Fannie Mae will not accept appraisals with additional notices or statements that may conflict with Certification #23.
There are five methods by which the identity holder can begin to bring standard and appraisal into congruence: (1) adjust behavior in an effort to make subsequent appraisals congruent with the identity standard, (2) change referent groups, (3) alter the identity standard, (4) abandon the identity, or (5) reject the appraisal messenger.
Within the rubber industry, George Sobieraj, president of Rubber City Machinery, provides complete certified appraisals, from a single machine or department to an entire plant.
Since last August, Plymouth Rock has provided an electronic link for its field appraisers, so they no longer have to mail or fax in completed appraisals and photos.
The appraisal must be prepared, signed and dated by a qualified appraiser who performs appraisals on a regular basis, is not a party to the transaction, is not the beneficiary or donee of the work of art and is not related (by employment, marriage or otherwise) to anyone involved in the transaction.
At a minimum, these subordinates need three things: An understanding of their job assignments; the training necessary to do their jobs; and regular appraisals of their work to reinforce satisfactory performance and correct substandard performance.
It's time once again to do employee performance appraisals.