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Why does the appraisal, and how much they're paid, matter

Discussion in 'Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, USPAP' started by gogogomez, Jan 12, 2009.

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  1. gogogomez

    gogogomez New Member

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  2. Randolph Kinney

    Randolph Kinney Elite Member
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    Good article and he asks the right questions too.

     
  3. jnordquist

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    Jeff Schurman, TAVMA

    The Title Appraisal Vendor Management Assn., which represents third-party managers, denies that lower fees result in less-accurate home valuations. Jeff Schurman, the group's executive director, said, "There's no evidence of that," and if there were, major banks and mortgage lenders would not hire them.


    What he forgot to note is the article that he wrote saying they do, I think I will send it to the writer of the article
     

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  4. Groveball

    Groveball Sophomore Member

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  5. Jim Shoe

    Jim Shoe Sophomore Member

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    Do you have the link to this article?
     
  6. Groveball

    Groveball Sophomore Member

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    jim,

    link is at the top
     
  7. Jim Shoe

    Jim Shoe Sophomore Member

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    The link to the page that was printed to PDF.
     
  8. Jack Hines

    Jack Hines Sophomore Member

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  9. Claude From NY

    Claude From NY Senior Member

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    Flip Flop

    Then
    Jeff Schurman 11/2007

    Now

    more recent ramblings:
    http://www.tavma.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=161&Itemid=32
     
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