Definitions for "Property value"
Keywords:  nab, valuer, unpaid, smith, appraised
The value of a single element of metadata that has been applied to a resource. It can be either single valued or multi-valued. See also: resource, single valued, multi-valued
The value of the property as determined by NAB - usually by referring to the property's purchase price, engaging an external valuer or doing an internal valuation of the property.
LTV or Loan to Value Ratio refers to the relationship between the unpaid principal balance of the mortgage and the property's appraised value (or sales price if it is lower).
an arbitrary string of bytes
A specific characteristic or parameter that defines a property. For example, property values of a specific Microsoft Word document could include Size = 10,000 bytes, Created = Jan 2, 1999, and Characters = 5,250. See also: property
Keywords:  worth, negotiate, seller, buyer, price
The worth of a piece of real estate, based on the price a buyer and seller would negotiate.
The worth or amount of money a real property is sold for depending on the price negotiated by a buyer and seller.
(of a property indicator on a property list) the object associated with the property indicator on the property list.