- Nov 2, 2016
- Professional Status
- Certified Residential Appraiser
Hello, I am new to the forum. I recently completed a FHA appraisal for an AMC. The listing agent insisted on meeting me at the home for the inspection and then proceeded to follow me around trying to see what I was writing and what I was taking pictures of while asking me a hundred questions. No big deal however I finished the report and called out quite a few items to be addressed (fixed) to meet HUD guidelines as I have many times before. Pretty obvious stuff nothing out of the ordinary that I would think any FHA appraiser would of called out. The agent emailed me asking about the items to be addressed and I directed him the lender to provide me any questions he may have. About a week later I get another different FHA order from a different AMC, same agent is the contact for this FHA appraisal. After several e-mail attempts to set up an inspection the agent said he wanted a different appraiser. He first asked me to cancel the order then he cancelled it himself through the lender/AMC. Never had anything like this happen before but I feel he agent did not want me to do the appraisal for second property due to me calling items on the first FHA appraisal. There was no other reason for him to cancel. All conversations were clearly documented via e-mail between the two of us even the part where he said he wanted a different appraiser and that he was cancelling the order. Any advice or similar situations? Any action taken?