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I received this email and thought I'd post it here for you all to pick apart:

Title:
Residential Appraiser

Location:
West Palm Beach, FL

Responsibilities:
Position requires a person who is a self-starter, resourceful,
assertive and factual. Must be able to be serious, introspective and think
things through before action is taken.

Responsible for the timely review of residential Broker Price Opinions,
CMA s, 1004 s and Exterior 2055 for quality control and valuation
purposes. Will be responsible for opinions on the quality of information
supplied by field vendors and arriving at an opinion of value based upon
the information provided while meeting daily production standards.

Experience:
Must be a licensed or a certified residential appraiser.
Preferred active license/certification

Compensation:
Depends on experience.
 

Mountain Man

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Will be responsible for opinions on the quality of information
supplied by field vendors and arriving at an opinion of value based upon
the information provided

8O That part scares me. Oh sure, please can I have that job. Signature stamp for hire!!

while meeting daily production standards

That is the TRUE requirements for the job. 8)
 

Tim Hicks (Texas)

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Sounds like a WAMU staff appraiser ad. They have several appraisers who sift through the numerous reports rejected for many reasons(mostly poor appraisals), re-considerations of value required by the borrower requesting a re-consideration, construction draw inspections, 2075's and the "only our staff can handle this assignment" assignments. I would not take their job for anything. They stand behind the good reports and get hammered by the lo's, borrowers, management and re brokers. The bigger chore is sifting through the garbage appraisals they receive and doing technical reviews to prevent them from doing "bad" loans. You should see some of the garbage they get presented because they are so big. I know I have done field review for them before they created staff appraiser/reviewers. The junk I reviewed seemed to come from "good ole boy" mortgage companies they have bought.
 
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I'm really excited about the prospect of reviewing BPOs and CMAs. Just what I have an Appraisal Certification for. They probably want me to pay for my own E&O too.

...and arriving at an opinion of value based upon
the information provided...

Uhm.... I think that's called an "Appraisal".

Where is that emoticon that's puking?
 

Dale Smalley

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Certified Residential Appraiser
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Florida
Sounds like Ocwen Financial.

Yes I do the same kind of work and haven't puked yet. I am in denial.
 

Dale Smalley

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Thanks Mike I feel sooo much better.
You haven't lived untill you review an over inflated appraisal from a appraiser with letters behind their name with a BPO from a clueless rookie agent and one of those fancy AVMs. with three years of data. Oh yeah the devil allows you 15 minutes for this.

Another damm beautiful day.
 

Jim Bartley

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Certified Residential Appraiser
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Virginia
Will be responsible for opinions on the quality of information supplied by field vendors and arriving at an opinion of value based upon the information provided while meeting daily production standards.

Gee Pam, I wonder how long you keep the job if don't agree with all those BPO's. Sounds like they want an in house appraisal Ho.
 
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What I'd like to know is how can any appraiser agree or disagree when they don't know the market, the subdivision, the house?
 
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