A podcast all about real estate appraisal and market value, for anyone who uses appraisals, including the homeowner, Realtor, attorney and CPA. Our goals are to help you understand how to increase your home's market value, and how to successfully navigate through the appraisal process.
Welcome to the September edition of our series, The Loan Officer’s Guide to Appraisals. This entire year, the Appraisal Cast episodes' purpose has been assisting loan officers to better understand the appraisal process. This month’s episode will be all about new construction appraisals. These appraisals present unique challenges, but I’ll provide tips here so that everyone can make the process just a little easier.
Show Notes: https://cutt.ly/1WkzWwR
I’ll say from the outset that this episode will attempt to provide a well-rounded argument for several ways in which an appraiser can be biased, and some may just surprise you.
Show Notes for this episode: https://riverfrontappraisals.com/appraiser-bias-not-just-about-color/
S3 E7 How to Speed Up the Appraisal Process
I hope I’ll be able to not only help our listeners to understand what all goes into an appraisal, and why it sometimes takes a while, but also give you some helpful tips on reducing the time it takes to get an appraisal report back.
How are FHA Appraisals Different From Others?
In this podcast, we discuss the topic of FHA appraisals, and the few ways in which they differ from an appraisal completed for conventional loan purposes. We’ve included a handy cheat-sheet you can give to your clients that lists many of the items an appraiser will look for during an FHA appraisal inspection. Find this cheat-sheet in the show notes link below.
Show Notes: https://riverfrontappraisals.com/the-loan-officers-guide-to-appraisals-part-6-how-are-fha-appraisals-different-from-others/
What Is Bracketing And Why Do We Do It?
In this podcast, we discuss the topic of bracketing. Most lenders want to see it done, not everyone understands it, and appraisers don’t like it when they feel pressured to do it! So what exactly is bracketing?
Show Notes: https://cutt.ly/abQGxx4
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Tips for Successful Reconsideration
In part four, we’re going to be looking at the reconsideration of value (ROV) process, tips for a successful ROV, and how to implement an ROV process if you don’t already have one.
Show Notes: https://cutt.ly/ech0kOb
I joined your podcast as a student who’s about to start her journey to become an appraiser and I love it! I haven’t finished every episode but I’d love if you did one about becoming an appraiser & life as one day to day, they seem to be for people who are in need of one but I’d love to hear your side of it
I was excited to start this podcast as an appraisal trainee but was pretty disappointed in an episode I listened to where Christian faith as it applies to appraisal (which does not apply at all) was discussed. A guest came on and shared two different stories of praying with a client before leaving their house. This was so strange and not in line with what an appraiser is to do. If you’re basing your decisions off of the fact that you “walk with Jesus” you’re not providing an unbiased, ethical appraisal. Jesus and religion have absolutely nothing to do with developing an opinion of value. It is also dangerous to encourage new appraisers to delve into clients personal issues and introduce their faith during a professional appraisal. So much liability and room for error there. It makes me skeptical about listening to the rest of the episodes.
Excellent appraisal podcast!
Ryan is very good with his conversational tone at breaking down the appraisal process and explaining it in layman’s terms. I highly recommend this podcast to anyone wanting to understand how appraisals are performed.