In the normal course of the marketplace a consumer will purchase a product or service and the retailer has the

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In the normal course of the marketplace, a consumer will purchase a product or service and the retailer has the

right to set a price. There is virtually no negotiation on price between the retailer and the consumer. The real estate marketplace operates in a significantly different manner with the seller setting a price. The buyer and seller negotiate and reach agreement on price.Why should the parties to the negotiated agreement bring in the third party (appraiser) to independently and impartially to defined value?

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