Appraiser (noun)

  1. An expert who assesses the value of property, art, or other assets.
  2. A professional who evaluates the worth of real estate or other property.

Origin:

From the latin word "appretiare" which means "to set a price" or "to value".

Examples:

  1. She hired an appraiser to determine the value of her antique collection.
  2. The appraiser gave an estimate of the property's market value.
  3. He was appointed as an appraiser by the court to determine the value of the assets in dispute.
  4. The appraiser had to take into account the condition of the property before giving his assessment.
  5. She worked as an appraiser for a company that specialized in valuing rare coins.
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