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Atlanta Rlc New Fee Schedule

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gregb

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New VA fees-

Greetings,

The purpose of this communication is to announce changes to appraisal fees in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

Below, please find the new fee schedule which will be effective on November 1, 2016, to allow program participants the opportunity to adjust to the new fee schedule.

The current fee and timeliness schedule can be viewed here and will be in place through October 31, 2016.

Effective November 1, 2016 Individual Appraisal Fees

Origination Appraisals Liquidation Appraisals Appraisal Delivery Time (# of Business Days)***
State Single Family 2-4 Units Condo, Manufactured
Home Single Family 2-4 Units Condo Manufactured Home
Georgia $440 $575 $450 $475 $600 $500 $475 7
Western
North Carolina* $575 $650 $575 $625 $675 $625 $625 7
North Carolina
Rest of State $500 $625 $500 $525 $650 $550 $525 7
Eastern Tennessee** $575 $650 $575 $625 $675 $625 $625 7
Tennessee
Rest of State $500 $625 $500 $525 $650 $550 $525 7
South Carolina $425 $575 $450 $460 $600 $475 $475 7

*Western North Carolina counties included: Avery, Buncombe, Burke, Caldwell, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, Macon, Madison, McDowell, Mitchell, Swain, Transylvania, Watauga and Yancey.

**Eastern Tennessee counties included: Campbell, Carter, Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Greene, Hamblen, Hancock, Hawkins, Jefferson, Johnson, Scott, Sullivan, Unicoi, Union and Washington.

***For vacant liquidation appraisals 7 business days after access is granted.

Partial Release fees are $550 and repair and/or completion Certificates are $125. Mileage must be authorized in advance by the Atlanta office. When authorized, the rate will be as allowed by the General Services Administration (GSA). See GSA’s website at: http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/100715
 

Biskt6

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I was glad to get this email this morning! I am moving to Tennessee from Alabama in a couple months. The VA has told me they will transfer me. The prior fees would have been a $75 decrease compared to what I am getting now. Now it will be a $50 increase plus I will have 2 extra business days.
 

Eli

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Thank you Jesus!
 

Eli

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It only took 8 or 9 years, but it's a refresher. I hope it don't take that long next time.:)
 

JTip

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Still 415 around here for VA....

I get 450 for standard bank stuff and paid in a week.

Get that up to 5 and I'd ponder on it...
 

Eli

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It still is not high enough. But it is a big refresher. It's like you can't go to point C from point A without going through point B.:)
 

Eli

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It is going to put the whammy on some AMC's. Make no mistake about it.:)

It is going to keep some really good appraisers in the business too, which is really good. :):):)
 
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David Beasley

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It may be my aging eyes missing something, but did they also increase foreclosure timeliness from 5 to 7 days? That's as big a deal as the bump IMHO. Having to squeeze in x-many trips to LGI/SAPPS over 2-3-4 consecutive days causes as much timeliness issues with my LAPPs as any other factor when we get noticeable clumps of foreclosure requests in at one time. Which seems to happen randomly throughout the year.
 

Eli

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************wrong thread. I deleted pat.
 
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Eli

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It may be my aging eyes missing something, but did they also increase foreclosure timeliness from 5 to 7 days? That's as big a deal as the bump IMHO. Having to squeeze in x-many trips to LGI/SAPPS over 2-3-4 consecutive days causes as much timeliness issues with my LAPPs as any other factor when we get noticeable clumps of foreclosure requests in at one time. Which seems to happen randomly throughout the year.

We have been at 7 days in TN and that is a blessing for them to keep it there. That is seven business days too, not seven calendar days.

Business Days vs calendar days helps tremendously in planning. Throw a liquidation assignment in there and it really gets crazy sometimes. Liquidations have been 5 business days in TN.
 
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