- Dec 9, 2003
- Professional Status
- Certified Residential Appraiser
The 2000 form asks if reviewer appraiser finds the MV "accurate and then from there if appraiser disagrees with value provide alt comps or adjustments- so cut off that part or just do a narrative instead...the 200 form also references lender/client at top, so you'd need to cut and paste to edit that out too. Below #10 from 2000 form.Thanks for all the replies, the client is one of the parties in the divorce and her attorney. I have told her I could provide two separate reviews on the 2000 form and a cover letter, or perhaps use another form that combines reviewing both reports together. The SOW does not include a OOV from me, just a review of the appropriateness/reasonableness of the two reports.
10. Is the opinion of market value in the appraisal report under review accurate as of the effective date of the appraisal report? Yes No If No, complete Section II. e
Asking an opinion of appropriateness /reasonableness of the 2 reports sounds vague, what does that mean ? How can you state a report considered reasonable without dealing with the value opinion? If you agree a value is reasonable, that is a benchmark opinion of value on your part ( an appraisal ). Unless they just want only a housekeeping/error check done, I don't see how , whether the format is narrative or form, or a combination you can avoid dealing with the value opinion yet declare an appraisal reasonable or not or less or more reasonable ( what benchmark is then used for reasonable if value is not discussed?)