New York State now allows people to take New York real estate appraisal courses online. The statewide education requirement changes mean New York residents—whether they live in rural areas or the big city—can learn to become real estate property appraisers from the comfort [...]
Newly adopted revisions to the Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria mean big changes for those entering and already part of the residential appraisal profession. The Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) of The Appraisal Foundation, which sets qualifications for real estate appraisers, announced February 1, [...]
With the recent hurricanes slamming the U.S., property owners were caught flat footed and unprepared for rebuilding costs. Worse, many properties damaged by flood waters were not located in designated flood areas, so were never required to possess flood insurance.
The AMC model and its impact on the appraisal industry appears to be changing, as some banks announce plans to bring appraisal ordering back in-house.
Your clients have recently had their home appraised and are shocked at the results. According to the appraiser's report, the value of their home is significantly lower than they were expecting. What do they do now?
Appraisal industry experts address whether technology will replace appraisers and other weighty topics. To gain greater insight into these important topics, OnCourse Real Estate interviewed one of the panelists and The Appraisal Foundation's Director of Appraisal Issues.