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Terrel L. Shields

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We have lots of rules and no accountability
 

Franco2

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The one major problem they will have with that is that they will no longer be able to blame us when they mess up!
 

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I love when they say that this will alleviate the delays in closing caused by appraisers. How many closings are delayed? How many are delayed when the appraisal is ordered 1 week prior to closing? 2 weeks? 3 weeks? 4 weeks? I think the pattern would be the further out the appraisal is ordered the less times an appraiser causes the delay.

Not that anyone will take our side in this discussion.
 

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J Grant

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djd why did you post that here on this thread?
 

djd09

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It was for the fake news thread. sorry.

Slow ? That means no more shortage, right?
 

Fernando

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I notice it's taking me longer to complete a report because of the details and consistencies in using UAD. Technology can go so far. Reviewing and more details in report are slowing me down. I could do. I remembered before UAD changes, I was trying to finish as many reports as I can. It was frenzy working nonstop. And I was right. After UAD, I can't spit out as many reports like the good old days.
 

OSU Beavers

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Not slow at all. AMCs offering insane four digit fees for appraisals turned in before December 23rd!
 

TRESinc

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Not slow at all. AMCs offering insane four digit fees for appraisals turned in before December 23rd!


i just had an acquaintance in OR tell me he got $1,825 for a 2055 report. sadly it caused me more work as i had to clean the coffee off my monitors after spitting it out...
 
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