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Re-Certs And Other Feats Of Daring

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Ida S. Romo

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Certified Residential Appraiser
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Illinois
To those of you who care to split hairs (which allow you to continue to complete recerts which have different dates than the original appraisal report to appease your clients).....continue to do so .....and pay the piper at some point.....or...... LEARN THE RULES.....and educate your clients. If they still don't get it.....FIRE THEM!

I am sure that your favorite client will not support you for the rest of your life when you loose your license, they could not give a Rat's A**!

Plain and simply put.....Learn to SAY NO!

Geeeeeeeeeeeez! :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

Ida
 

Mike Garrett RAA

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Certified Residential Appraiser
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Colorado
As far as I am concerned...."there is no such thing as a re-certification of value". I know, I know, technically there is but it isn't what the client wants so I tell them NO.
 

Ida S. Romo

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Illinois
Mike,

I agree :idea:

Ida
 

Fred

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Retired Appraiser
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Virgin Islands
The only appraisals that are not "recertifications" are those where the property was never appraised before. :lol:
 

Restrain

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Certified General Appraiser
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Florida
I called a client who asked for a re-cert. He said, yes, they knew that, but their forms still called for recerts, so go ahead and do an update.

Roger
 

Mountain Man

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Certified General Appraiser
State
Georgia
If Fannie and Freddie won't change their forms to be current with the proper language, how can we expect lenders to get it right??
The forms still have "I estimated the market value", I tell them that I give an "opinion", they say what ever.....
 
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