Noun Valuation Definition and Examples


Noun:

Valuation

Pronunciation:

/valjʊˈeɪʃ(ə)n/

Definition:
1.

noun

An estimation of the worth of something, especially one carried out by a professional valuer.
  1. 'In today's conditions a valuation by professional valuers achieves exactly that.'
  2. 'In both cases the purchaser paid a fee to the mortgagee for the purpose of having a valuation of the property carried out.'
  3. 'Our Government's Valuation Officer will also make a valuation based on prevailing market prices.'
  4. 'A possible example is the valuation of assets by State and Territory utility regulators.'
  5. 'Several valuation methods are in use, each with its own set of potential biases.'
  6. 'She has not provided the Court with any independent valuations.'
  7. 'They were not only shown houses and apartments, but written valuations by supposedly reputable valuers.'
  8. 'The valuation fee should not be more than €190.'
  9. 'Many lenders give incentives to switchers, such as help with valuation fees and legal expenses.'
  10. 'Ask the bank who is an approved valuer on their valuation panel, and get the valuation done yourself.'
  11. 'they will lend up to 95 per cent of the valuation'
  12. 'Therefore, those shares with a valuation above the two market averages could be considered to be expensive.'
  13. 'As the company suffers from such a low valuation, it could also be a target for a takeover.'
  14. 'That could result in a glut of companies on the market, driving down valuations and giving new leverage to buyers.'
  15. 'And the public markets simply can't get the same valuations as private equity is paying.'
  16. 'They will be hoping that valuations will improve in the next two years as stock markets recover, analysts said.'
  17. 'Those three companies alone saw £2.4bn wiped off their market valuations.'
  18. 'Allowing for the risk factor, both analysts are now suggesting valuations of roughly half their original figures.'
  19. 'Your job can also depend on the markets as companies use their valuation and the issue of new shares to borrow capital to expand.'
  20. 'Over time, this brand value supports and enhances the companies' corporate valuations.'
  21. 'Can the stock market be trusted to reflect honest valuations of companies?'
((n.) The act of valuing, or of estimating value or worth; the act of setting a price; estimation; appraisement; as, a valuation of lands for the purpose of taxation.|--|(n.) Value set upon a thing; estimated value or worth; as, the goods sold for more than their valuation.|--|)


noun

1. the act of estimating or setting the value of something; appraisal.

2. an estimated value or worth.

3. the awareness or acknowledgment of the quality, nature, excellence, or the like of something: public valuation of the importance of education.


Examples:

"There can be valuation ranges."
"There can be valuation levels."
"There can be valuation methods."
"There can be valuation bases."
"There can be valuation measures."
"There can be valuation adjustments."
"There can be valuation fees."
"There can be valuation models."
"There can be valuation terms."
"There can be valuation engagements."
"There can be valuation grounds."
"There can be valuation allowances."
"There can be valuation purposes."
"There can be valuation processes."
"There can be valuation physicses."
"There can be valuation offices."
"There can be valuation issues."
"There can be valuation gaps."
"There can be valuation effects."
"There can be valuation bands."
"valuations can suggest discounts to peers."
"valuations can suggest discounts for places."
"valuations can provide scopes for upsides."
"valuations can lure funds to stocks."
"valuations can lure funds to chips."
"valuations can look things for stocks."
"valuations can increase representations in boards."
"valuations can value people/places/organizations at escudoses."
"valuations can time turnovers for clothings."
"valuations can seem things to extents."
"valuations can say results in statements."
"valuations can request outs after investments."
"valuations can reflect facts in runs."
"valuations can rationalise acquisitions in/at/on dates."
"valuations can rate organizations on organizations."
"valuations can rate organizations at times."
"valuations can put on people/places/organizations in/at/on years."
"valuations can put down buyers in advances."
"valuations can provide rooms over terms."
"valuations can provide rooms in shares."


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