Tag: Real Estate Appraisal

Old Habits & Past Mistakes…

My last blog focused on change and how I have benefited from changing things in both my personal and professional life. While I have made many changes, I have now come across another aspect that seems to have followed me from my past, the ability to learn from my mistakes instead of making them over

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Do you know what you are getting into?

I have written many blog posts here, mainly for the consumer to read and understand what is actually happening in the world of Real Estate Valuations. My blogs range from being overcharged for appraisals so the middle man (the appraisal management company or AMC) can make money, lenders still pressuring appraisers to hit a value,

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I’m not an Appraiser, You just think I’m one

Ever see the AT&T commercial where the surgeon walks in and he says ” I Just got reinstated, Nervous? Thats ok so am I “. If not see here: https://youtu.be/1YT3erQZoq4 Or the late 1986 commercial with Peter Bergman that states ” I’m not really a doctor but I play one on TV”. If not see

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A Little Push Can’t Hurt Right? Wrong!!

Well, here we go again. In my previous blog posts titled “Round and Round” and “Pressure My Story”, I spoke to examples of how lenders and/or AMCs have been pushing and pressuring appraisers to hit certain values on transactions. If an appraiser did not hit these numbers, or make changes to make the transaction work

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Appraisers Outraged! End The Appraiser Payment Issue!

” I am owed $20,000.00″. “I am owed $2000.00”. “I am owed $500.00”. “I am owed $1500.00”. These are just some of the quotes pulled from various groups, message boards and forums from appraisers all over the country that are owed money for the appraisal services they provided. Services they provided for a Lender, Mortgage

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