Entry from British & World English dictionary
A person whose job is to estimate the value of something that is to be purchased.
- This would include agreeing on a specific valuer or valuers who would carry out the valuation.
- Her own valuers had estimated that the property was worth £150,000 on the basis of agricultural use of the surrounding land, and virtually nothing on the basis of mining and/or landfill operations.
- The Evening Press reported on Tuesday how valuers had estimated the value of the former school and its land at about £125,000.
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