An appraisal is an assessment of a property’s value, typically performed by an appraiser. The appraiser evaluates the property, taking into account its condition, location, and other factors, in order to determine its estimated value. Appraisals are often requested by lenders to ensure that the property is worth the amount that they are lending.
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