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NAR Urges Appraisal Foundation To Establish Equivalency Credit for Education and Experience
11/22/2022 3:09 PM
NAR sent a letter to the Appraisal Foundation (TAF) to establish equivalency credit for education and experience in licensed and regulated fields involving valuation such as licensed real estate salespersons, real estate agents, and real ...Read More
The Appraiser's Role Isn't to Kill Your Deal
10/18/2022 3:39 PM
Appraisers start from a high bar before they can take on their own assignments, but agents can still play a role in helping them determine valuations accurately.Read More
Can You Talk to an Appraiser?
10/12/2022 9:07 AM
Nineteen percent of real estate professionals say they avoid having any interaction with an appraiser, mostly fearing they’re not legally allowed to. Read More
Why Appraisers Say 'We Have Targets on Our Backs'
10/12/2022 8:59 AM
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NAR Urges TAF to Recommend State Licensing Bodies to Require Fair Housing
7/19/2022 3:12 PM
NAR wrote to the Appraiser Qualifications Board of the Appraisal Foundation urging it to revise the real property appraiser qualification criteria to require fair housing and valuation bias training for both quali...Read More
ANSI Square Footage Standards: What Agents and Appraisers Should Know
6/6/2022 2:45 PM
Fannie Mae’s adoption of the ANSI standard for measuring the area of a home is creating questions, inconsistencies.Read More
11 Metros Break $500K Median Home Price
4/11/2022 6:08 AM
Austin, Texas, is the latest to join the half million dollar club.Read More
Action Steps to Take Against Appraisal Bias
4/5/2022 10:29 AM
Work is underway on multiple fronts to quash bias in the appraisal process. If you see an issue, you can speak up, too.Read More
Response to PAVE Action Plan
4/4/2022 12:36 PM
NAR has provided comments to the Biden Administration’s Action Plan to Advance Property Appraisal and Valuation Equity (PAVE Action Plan).Read More
White House Releases Plan to Combat Appraisal Bias
3/25/2022 1:26 PM
An interagency task force at the White House has outlined a plan aimed at rooting out racial and ethnic bias in home valuations.Read More