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|Ask an Appraiser|
|3/18/2021 10:50 AM|
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|NAR Comment to FHFA on Appraisals|
|3/1/2021 3:38 PM|
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|USPAP Extended for One Year|
|2/25/2021 10:01 AM|
|The 2020-2021 Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) will now be effective until December 31, 2022.Read More|
|Commercial Digest, January, 2021|
|1/15/2021 5:47 PM|
|In this issue: December Commercial Market Insights Report, Creating Valuations Amid Uncertainty, How Commercial Markets Faired in 2020, & more.Read More|
|Residential Appraisal Process for Home Buyers|
|12/16/2020 11:37 AM|
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|Next Up: Eviction Moratorium and Need for Rental Assistance|
|10/1/2020 6:25 PM|
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|North Dakota Appraisal Waiver Extended|
|8/13/2020 11:17 AM|
|The waiver of appraisal requirements for Federal Related Transactions under $1M for commercial real estate transactions was extended for one year throughout the state of North Dakota.Read More|
|NAR Appraisal Summit: Fair Housing Issues in Real Estate Appraisal|
|8/10/2020 11:52 AM|
|The NAR Appraisal Summit: Fair Housing Issues in Real Estate Appraisal took place on August 5, 2020 from 4:00pm to 5:00pm EDT. Watch the recording.Read More|