A fee associated with having a vehicle appraised.
The amount charged to deliver a professional opinion about how much a property is worth. For a standard home or condominium, this fee is usually around $200-500.
An appraisal fee is the amount charged by an appraiser to determine the worth of a certain property or item.
MP] A fee charged by an appraiser for the appraisal of a particular property.
A fee charged by a professional real estate appraiser to estimate the market value of a property.
A fee paid to determine the estimated market value of the property. The Appraisal Fee is generally paid by the buyer.
An additional charge for the statement of property value.
This is a one-time fee for an â€œappraisal,â€ a statement of property value required on most loans.
A fee which is part of closing costs.
A fee paid to determine the estimated market value of a property or asset.
This is charged to pay an appraiser to research and assess the market value of the property on which a mortgage is being placed. Instead of being charged for separately, this fee may be charged for as part of a mortgage application fee.
the fee charged by the lender for a written report (appraisal) by a qualified person setting forth an opinion of a property's fair market value.
A fee which pays for the cost of having the appraiser asses value of a given item.
A fee paid to the lender to cover the cost of a written report which estimates the monetary value of a property on the open market.
The cost of an independent evaluation of the possible sale price/value of the property. This is almost always required by a lender.
A fee usually paid to the lender when applying for a loan to cover the cost of having an appraiser perform an appraisal.
The fee charged for estimating the value of a given property.
The cost, usually paid by the buyer, of determining the estimated market value of a property.
The fee that a professional real estate appraiser charges to appraise, or estimate the market value of, a property.
Appraisal report Appraised value
The charge for an appraisal.
Expense payable to the lender, representing the cost in determining value of subject property. This fee is normally paid to the lender upon application for a loan. The contract stipulates the party to bear the expense.
A fee charged by the Lender for an appraisal.
A fee charged by a licensed, certified appraiser to render an opinion of market value on a piece of property.
Fee charged by an authorized person to estimate, but not determine, the market value of property or real estate for the purpose of securing a mortgage loan.
A service fee for estimating the value of property.
Fee charged by a certified appraiser to give an opinion of current market value.
The fee charged by a qualified appraiser to estimate the current market value of a property.
Fee paid for a third-party to assess the value of a property.
A fee charged by a licensed, certified appraiser for a written estimate of a property's current market value at a specific time.
The sum paid to a professional appraiser for determining the value of a property
A fee charged by a licensed, certified appraiser to provide an appraisal.
A fee generally paid by the buyer to determine the estimated value of the property.
The charge for estimating the value of property.
A professional opinion of the market value of a property. Sometimes, an appraisal value may be dependent upon certain improvements or repairs being made.
A fee charged by an appraiser to render an opinion of market value as of a specific date. Required by most lenders to obtain a loan.
The amount charged for estimating the value of a property.
The fee that an appraiser charges to estimate the market value of the property.
A fee, typically charged at closing, to pay for the valuation of the property to which money will be loaned. Appraised Value The value that a county or state places on a house as the basis for determining property taxes. Generally, assessments run less than the actual cost of a house (see Market value).
A fee charged by a licensed, certified appraiser to render an opinion of market value as of a specific date.
In order to verify that the value of your home supports the loan amount you request, an appraisal will be ordered by the lender. The appraisal is generally performed by a professional who is familiar with home values in the area and may or may not require an interior inspection of the home. The fee for the appraisal is commonly passed on to the borrower by the lender. For our comparison purposes, the appraisal fee is a third party fee.
The fee charged for estimating the value of property offered as security for a loan.
A fee paid to an appraiser. The cost is determined by the location of your property (urban vs. rural), the complexity of the appraisal and the going rate for appraisers in your state.
the fee charged by the appraiser to give his/her professional opinion as to the "fair market value" of the property. Appraised Value - the "fair market value" of the property as determined by a professional appraiser; see also "Appraisal."
The fee to estimate any property or possession.
charge for estimating the value of collateral being offered as security
The fee you have to pay to have a property appraised.
A cost charged by professionals who are hired to offer educated opinions about the monetary worth or value of a property.
The fee an appraiser charges for an estimate of the market value of the property.
What someone charges to deliver a professional opinion about how much a property is worth.
The fee, charged by a licensed professional, to estimate the market value of a piece of real estate.