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So Im doing this review.

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RSW

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Only two comps? BTW, I like the mirror show of the car behind you in the first photo. Nice artistic touch!
 

Oh No Not Him

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No these 2 were just so NOT comparable...yeah I like to get the mirror sometimes as proof its a real photo...anyway this is a retro review...comps sold @ about 280-290...can you believe he appraised this POS (its 16' wide) @ 280? Well surprise its been foreclosed on & lennder is trying to get 160..yeah, good luck.

Now, wheres that address for my state appraisal board..oh, forgot to mention the appraiser wasnt licensed in my state but he got some sucker general appr to co-sign, stating that he visited property!!
 

RSW

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No these 2 were just so NOT comparable...yeah I like to get the mirror sometimes as proof its a real photo...anyway this is a retro review...comps sold @ about 280-290...can you believe he appraised this POS (its 16' wide) @ 280? Well surprise its been foreclosed on & lennder is trying to get 160..yeah, good luck.

Now, wheres that address for my state appraisal board..oh, forgot to mention the appraiser wasnt licensed in my state but he got some sucker general appr to co-sign, stating that he visited property!!

I'd go after the CG and the and the original appraiser both with the appraisal board.
 

Restrain

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I would send it to the state. However....I know of one here in Texas that did the exact same thing...and got a letter of repremand. No fine.
 

Oh No Not Him

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Oh we have a tough board..but problem is the appraiser is licensed in next state not here..so what can my board do to him? Now the co-signer we can nail, he has a general in my state.
 

PropertyEconomics

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Oh we have a tough board..but problem is the appraiser is licensed in next state not here..so what can my board do to him? Now the co-signer we can nail, he has a general in my state.


Your state board should refer it to the state board in which he is licensed. Ours would.
 
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