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|NAR Applauds White House Task Force for Changes to Address Appraisal Bias|
|6/1/2023 1:00 PM|
|The White House's Property Appraisal and Valuation Equity (PAVE) Task Force has announced significant regulatory actions and changes to address appraisal bias and the home appraisal process.Read More|
|Valuing Market-Resistant Properties|
|5/24/2023 9:52 AM|
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|Green Appraisals Dependent on Agents|
|5/8/2023 8:53 AM|
|Proper documentation can help appraisers evaluate high-performance home features. From the 2023 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings in Washington, D.C., May 6-11 Read More|
|NAR Writes FHFA Regarding Appraisal Modernization and Data Collectors|
|5/3/2023 11:51 AM|
|NAR urges the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) to encourage competition, transparency, responsibility, and accountability among the valuation counterparties of the Government Sponsored Enterprises (the Enterprises)....Read More|
|Commercial Digest, March, 2023|
|4/5/2023 4:45 PM|
|Commercial updates and benefits you won’t find elsewhere, including a special discount for ICSC. #commercialisessentialRead More|
|The Importance of Getting Hybrid Appraisals Right|
|4/3/2023 1:14 PM|
|A more streamlined appraisal process won’t materialize until lenders and appraisal management companies understand the critical need for credible, independent data collection.Read More|
|NAR Sends Letter to HUD Asking for Legal Clarification for Appraisal Discrimination|
|3/30/2023 3:05 PM|
|Allegations of appraisal bias have been widespread in the news in recent years, but few cases have resulted in legal clarity.Read More|
|NAR Hosts Policy Forum on the Current Housing Market and Affordability|
|3/16/2023 4:16 PM|
|The National Association of Realtors® hosted a policy forum on March 16, 2023 entitled The Current Housing Market: Implications for Home Buyers and the Economy at the Capital Hilt...Read More|
|Addressing Bias in Appraisal Standards|
|3/7/2023 10:59 AM|
|The meticulous work of drafting a new ethics rule will pay off in clarity for our profession and the public.Read More|
|Agents + Appraisers: Create a Winning Team for Your Clients|
|3/6/2023 11:36 AM|
|There’s a misconception that the two sides shouldn’t communicate to avoid potential ethical or legal problems. Two appraisers explain why that’s not true.Read More|