(1) a person authorized by law from performing an evaluation of real property for
or providing an evaluation of real property to another person;
(2) a real estate broker licensed under Chapter 1101 or a sales agent acting under
the authority of a sponsoring broker from providing to another person a written analysis,
opinion, or conclusion relating to the estimated price of real property if the analysis,
opinion, or conclusion:
(A) is not referred to as an appraisal;
(B) is given in the ordinary course of the broker's business; and
(C) is related to the actual or potential acquisition, disposition, encumbrance, or
management of an interest in real property; or
(3) an appraiser who is certified by a jurisdiction other than this state from performing
an appraisal review of an appraisal performed on real property in this state, if the
appraiser does not offer an opinion of value as part of the appraisal review.
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