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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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Alion Science and Technology announced today that its software development and services practices have once again been appraised at Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 3.
The walled residence that once appraised at more than $1.
23, 1945, by the Pulitzer Prize-winning Joe Rosenthal, were appraised at $2,500 to $5,000.
In an ominous sign for owners of overpriced New York City real estate, Laurence Gluck's troubled Riverton Houses has been appraised at a price 15 percent lower than its first mortgage for a foreclosure sale scheduled for Friday, according to financial analyst firm Trepp.
The NFL placed an even higher value on the land, telling the league's owners that it was appraised at $3 million per acre and that it would cost $1 million per acre, according to one owner.
For example, a homeowner may want to sell property for $400,000, only to have it appraised at $250,000.
According to the court, the record contained no evidence that any of the comparable properties had been appraised at an amount other than market value, thus it had to assume that the appraised values were at market value.
At the time of the foreclosure, however, Frazier had had the property appraised at $375,000.
After purchasing real estate appraised at $400 million on Continental's books, the FDIC discovered the land was worth only half that amount.
The patents that MYOTECH holds were appraised at $26 million, which is now included in the Company's consolidated balance sheet.
Doug Nelson, senior vice president of Amarillo Economic Development Corporation said the building was last appraised at $3.
The photo archive was appraised at $16 million, according to a transaction agreement signed by Rogers.
A vacant San Diego warehouse owned by Caltrans was appraised at $2.
This procedure is available only for transfers that involve an artwork that has been appraised at $50,000 or more.
On June 30, 2005, L-3 CS-East was appraised at CMMI(R) Systems Engineering/Software Engineering (SE/SW) Version 1.