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Whether it's a young couple's first home or luxurious new construction, our extensive field work and formal training as licensed appraisers make us qualified to provide home valuations in Lee County for clients ranging from national mortgage companies to local lenders or individual businesses and consumers.

 

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HUD Charges Appraiser, AMC, and Lender With Discrimination
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HUD alleges that the appraiser prepared an insupportably low appraisal of a duplex owned by a Black woman in a predominantly White area.Read More
 
Appraisals, Data, and the Proposed NAR Settlement
7/19/2024 10:18 AM
With practice changes coming that include the prohibition of offers of compensation on MLSs, it’s imperative that brokers, agents and appraisers keep an open line of communication.Read More
 
Final Rule on Quality Control Standards for Automated Valuation Models
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The federal banking regulators and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) released their final rule on quality control standards for automated valuation models (AVMs). The final rule reflects some of NAR’s recommendations. Learn more...Read More
 
The Agent’s Role in Land Valuation
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NAR Applauds HUD and GSEs for New Appraisal Reconsideration Process
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The new process allows consumers to more readily obtain a second look at appraisals when they disagree with them.Read More
 
NAR Comments on 4th ASC Hearing on Appraisal Bias
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Why Desktop Appraisals Matter and How Agents Can Help
11/30/2023 10:12 AM
These types of assignments don’t require appraisers to inspect the interior or exterior of a property. Your care can make such valuations more reliable.Read More
 
Homeowners Enter Settlement Agreement with Appraiser in Racial Bias Suit
11/1/2023 5:43 PM
Two California homeowners entered a settlement agreement in a lawsuit alleging racially based discrimination in the appraised value of their home.Read More
 
NAR and Coalition Urge Tidewater-Like Appraisal Process
9/22/2023 11:32 AM
NAR joined a coalition letter urging regulators to consider benefits of certain aspects of the Veteran Affairs' (VA) Tidewater process for reconsiderations of value (ROVs).Read More