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.
Can a Realtor Challenge an Appraisal?
Have you ever had a listing that didn’t appraise for contract price? It’s frustrating, for sure – especially if you feel like you don’t have any options! The home didn’t appraise for contract price, so the deal is dead, right? Not at all! When this happens, most parties have three options: lower the sale price to the appraised value, have the buyer come out of pocket for the difference, or cancel the sale. But those are all options you’ll need to consider after challenging the appraisal.
ANSI Guidelines for Realtors
I can’t think of a more polarizing topic – one that has completely shaken up the appraisal industry since the first part of 2022 – than ANSI. In April, 2022, Fannie Mae announced that any home purchased by them will need to be measured using ANSI standards. This has caused more than a little chaos and confusion, so this episode will help clear some of that up for you.
Show Notes: https://cutt.ly/4Z18FBH
New Online Community for Appraisers
What is AppraiserPreneur? AppraiserPreneur is an online community of appraisers where members can grow as an appraiser and a business owner. Where appraisers young and old can mentor each other to reach their God-given potential. Where we can encourage, help, and challenge one another. Where we find that sense of belonging we all long for, and see true transformation.
Find out more here: https://appraiserpreneur.com/
Common Myths About the Appraisal Process
Over the years, we’ve heard it all. Misunderstandings about the appraisal process are plentiful, and some of those really do affect the way you do business. So this podcast episode will address (albeit briefly) five of the most common myths we’ve heard. We’ll set the record straight, and give you greater confidence the next time one of these issues comes up!
Show Notes: https://cutt.ly/OLt5EBc
Can I Give Sales to an Appraiser?
The Realtor’s Guide To Appraisals Part 6: Can I Give Sales To An Appraiser? Purchasers are paying at and above list price and appraised value, multiple-bids are commonplace now, and more than ever, appraisals are coming in under sale price. What’s a Realtor to do?
Show Notes: https://cutt.ly/UKvSFVv
Tips for Communicating With The Appraiser
When’s the last time you picked up the phone and called an appraiser? Maybe you had a question about how to adjust for an inground pool. Maybe you had a problem and the home didn’t appraise at the sale price. Do you ever communicate with the appraiser?
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.