Question: What is an inflated appraisal?

Answer: An inflated appraisal is when a home value or a stock value or really anything else is inflated beyond what the normal selling value would be. That is normally done at the request of someone who is going to be giving a loan or a real estate agent who wants to try to indicate that that is worth more than what it otherwise could be valued at. And then you can get a higher loan. Usually it’s used in loan terms, but there could be other uses for it as well.

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