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  • n. Plural form of appraiser.

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Examples

  • Property owners can call appraisers at (414) 286-6565 or e-mail questions through the Web site.

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  • Estimated charges for third parties such as appraisers and title insurers soared 47 percent.

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  • If you're selling your home, you may want to attend open houses to collect information about the competition in the area, says Joseph C. Magdziarz , president of the Appraisal Institute, a professional association that represents real-estate appraisers.

    It Can Pay to Snoop on Neighbors

  • So a combination of austerity and tighter credit is in store, to the applause of the rating agencies, those infallible appraisers of risk that endowed securitized subprime mortgages with triple-A credit ratings.

    Borrowers of Euroland are Proving Einstein's Theory of Insanity Right

  • Less than two years later, he and his partners sold their newly acquired Telluride land for $4.2 million — more than six times what federal appraisers had said it was worth.

    'The Buzzard of Backcountry' Strikes It Rich in National Parks

  • Forbes recently scoured the art world to find out, spending weeks consulting with collectors, art appraisers, insurers, auction houses and gallery owners around the globe.

    Top Billionaire Art Collectors

  • To compile our list, we spoke with brokers and consulted listing agents and real estate appraisers and scoured real estate listings.

    America's Most Expensive Homes

  • Mr. Lennon said appraisers can sit down and come up with an inherent commercial value for a patent "based on how much in damages a person could collect, analyzing profitability in the market of a product and how much is sold."

    Contenders to Line Up for Nortel Patents

  • Labor Department officials said when the rules were proposed last October that retirement-plan administrators sometimes got investment advice tainted by "undisclosed conflicts of interest" from "consultants, advisers and appraisers" approached for an impartial view.

    Delay on Pension Oversight

  • But if there were fraudulent appraisals at the time, this would suggest a lawsuit against appraisers, unless one is simply looking for the deepest shareholder pockets.

    Fannie and Freddie as Victims

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