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Appraisals

An appraisal is an unbiased estimate of a home's true or fair market value. Challenges for banks include appraisal availability and a shrinking talent pool, and long-term changes will be required to address these and more fundamental problems with the current appraisal environment.

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Banks report that the limited number of qualified appraisers willing to accept assignments in many of their markets poses challenges to the appraisal process--even when the bank is willing to pay a premium for the assignment.

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Due Diligence on CRE Appraisals

Tips on how to review, what to look for, and how to challenge the CRE appraisal to provide the appropriate amount of feedback for the proper valuation.

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