Category: Appraiser

Effective this month, Fannie Mae has made some significant changes to their Selling Guide – the one that interests Class Appraisal most is the removal of the 1004MC requirement in all 1-4 family reports for FNMA lenders. This importance of this addendum should not be overlooked, and many questions surround this sudden annulment. The first…

This month in Chicago, nearly 30 organizations banded together to announce their collaborated effort to spread awareness of the many diverse career paths available in the real-estate industry. Among them was the Appraisal Institute, who also posted an article about the event here. The collection of real-estate groups together represents over 10 million different possible career…

As we wind down from another celebration of our country’s independence and the history of the United States this fourth of July, we here at Class Appraisal thought it was a good time to reflect on another history; that of the Real Estate Appraiser. In a 2003 article from the Appraisal Journal titled, The academic…

We all know that appraisals  are very important when buying a home. So many loan types. So many appraisal forms. It can be information overload. We’re always here to help! Let us explain the difference between a 203K FHA Loan and a  Renovation Loan. VIEW NOW

Did you know Fannie Mae permits appraisals to be based on the “as is” condition of the property…if there are minor conditions of normal wear and tear. Keep reading to find out what is considered “normal” and other tips to help get the appraisal report off your desk. VIEW NOW

As we all know not every property is “cookie cutter” and an appraisal report can get frustrating so instead of getting a headache, we have created a blog just for you. Please check out our blog Top 10 Reasons to Stop and Call… VIEW NOW  

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