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Clear Capital Value Reconciliations

Discussion in 'General Appraisal Discussion' started by Frederick R. Ruffell, Oct 23, 2009.

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  1. Caligirl

    Caligirl Senior Member

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    Jan 27, 2006
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    You can't be serious. :rof: :rof:
     
  2. Duckey

    Duckey Junior Member

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    Aug 2, 2006
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    We asked for infomation and the forms they sent clearly stated they are BPOs. In Oregon it is illegal for an appraisal to do a BPO-we will not touch them, but I do wonder why the state allows realtors to do appraisals?
     
  3. Frederick R. Ruffell

    Frederick R. Ruffell Senior Member

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    Yup, my thoughts exactly! I would still like to post these documents for examination by some of our USPAP experts here for a definitive answer. And to perhaps "expose" this type of B.S. that is cutting into our livelihood and reputation. You gotta think these guys are selling this product as having the stamp of approval by an appraiser.
     
  4. valuequestor

    valuequestor Junior Member

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    Aug 12, 2008
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    Target This!

    All of those politicians and legislators out there, state and federal, that are so hot to regulate.....regulate this! Any product used to value real estate should only be in the hands of appraisers. I'm not going to list the myriad reasons why. We all know enough of them by heart. There are many states that have done the right thing. Come on California.....get with it!.
     
  5. jmarch305

    jmarch305 Sophomore Member

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    Mar 28, 2008
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    Here is the study guide they send out.

    Edited nevermind the file is too big
     
  6. Michigander

    Michigander Senior Member

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    Oct 23, 2003
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    Very clearly appraisal

     
  7. CANative

    CANative Elite Member

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    Jun 18, 2003
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    I don't care about the flexibility resulting from the SoW rule, this is utter crap.

    Anyone who is fooled into working with these clowns is an idjit.
     
  8. Caligirl

    Caligirl Senior Member

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    Jan 27, 2006
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    As a general rule of them, anytime someone tries to come up with creative names for an appraisal I see red flags waving.
     
  9. Pamela Crowley (Florida)

    Pamela Crowley (Florida) Elite Member

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    Jan 13, 2002
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  10. Caligirl

    Caligirl Senior Member

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    Jan 27, 2006
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    Yikes!

    From Clear Capital's website:

    In my opinion those are scary, scary words.
     
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