overvalue

[oh-ver-val-yoo]
verb (used with object), overvalued, overvaluing.
to value too highly; put too high a value on: They should be careful not to overvalue the property.

Origin:
1590–1600; over- + value

overvaluation, noun
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Example sentences
We treat all these things as ideals in themselves, overvalue them ridiculously.
The minority opinion advised that one must not overvalue the significance of
  the faculty's influence on academic affairs.
Investors justifiably wish not to overvalue firms whose fundamentals are driven
  by aggressive, self-serving accounting.
Investment companies can be under pressure to overvalue the securities in their
  portfolio.
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