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appraise at

To be worth (a certain amount of money), as judged by a professional. My grandmother's necklace appraised at a much higher price than I anticipated. The home did not appraise at the listed sale price. I'm hoping the statue is appraised at $10,000.

appraise something at something

to study something and place a monetary value on it. They appraised the house at twice what it is worth. The diamond ring was appraised at a very high price.
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We're providing used car managers a means to efficiently and knowledgably appraise vehicles on the lot while supplying them actionable information while at auction," said JMsolutions President Scott Barrett.
CLT Appraisal Services staff will appraise all real estate parcels using iasWorld's computer-assisted mass appraisal functionality.
Evaluation procedures to appraise learner performance in achieving objectives need to be valid, reliable, varied, and encourage further learning.
An appraiser who regularly appraises for the donor, donee or party to the transaction and does not perform a majority of his or her appraisals for other persons.
A qualified appraiser generally is an individual who either holds himself out to the public as an appraiser or regularly performs appraisals and is qualified to appraise the property being valued because of his qualifications described in the appraisal (Regs.
To appraise the hypothetical hotel property under any other premise would unfairly disadvantage the property owner economically and benefit the taker because the taker could restore the hotel to operation and profit from it without having paid the appropriate amount for it.
When a will granted the deceased's sons an option to purchase his farm, the deceased intended the farm's price to be based on a fair market appraisal, even though the will suggested that certain friends appraise the land, according to the Supreme Court of South Dakota.
Wismer, staff legal counsel for the Division of Real Estate, "There is nothing in the law that requires individuals who appraise any and all types of business to be registered or certified as real estate appraisers.
Capability Maturity Model Integration was developed by a coalition of industry, government, and the Software Engineering Institute to objectively appraise the full range of an organization's engineering capabilities.