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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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The fixed rate loan has a ten-year term, with two years of interest only payments followed by eight years of amortization, and an appraised LTV of approximately 72%.
The walled residence that once appraised at more than $1.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority proposed the change, which will allow broker-dealers to utilize two methodologies to calculate per-share estimated value for REITs--a net investment methodology or an appraised value methodology.
The consulting firm concluded the Commissioner's appraised values of the land were too low.
Not every keepsake was worthy of a king's ransom, as Overlook residents James and Evelyn Parker learned when their treasure - the first Life magazine published in 1936 - was appraised at $15.
The servicer of the $225 million loan on the sprawling, rent-stabilized Harlem apartment complex reduced the appraised value of the loan to $196 million, $29 million less than the first mortgage, Trepp said.
But both these governmental bodies have been widely criticised for either being too slow to appraise new drugs - there can be an 18-month time-lag between when a drug is licensed and when it is appraised - or for putting cost ahead of potential clinical benefit.
Therefore, the office building with a 50% vacancy and consequently a lower appraised value will be viewed differently for financing than one which is 90% occupied--even if the building is identical in every other way.
Pringle said if the appraised value rises before a sale is complete, the city would recoup a portion of the increase.
And this value does not remain unaltered as if it were indivisible, yet fluctuates within the limits defined by the people's estimation, the same as happens with merchandise not appraised by law.
ONE POINT TO CONSIDER is whether you should choose coverage for replacement value or appraised value of your possessions.
Lenders and borrowers need to be aware of these changes, which have substantially influenced the appraised value of inventory, equipment and other assets used to secure debt.