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appraisal

An evaluation or estimate (preferably by a qualified professional appraiser) of the market or other value, cost, utility, or other attribute of land or other facility.
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In the present system, appraisals are not ordered until the borrower has selected and made an application to a lender, which increases processing time by the period required to obtain the appraisal -- ordinarily about two weeks but longer when appraisers are in short supply.
AM: Appraisers must fully understand and follow the requirements of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, and they need to verify all data used in a report.
Distinctiveness: Elevate the Appraisal Institute and its members within the valuation profession by virtue of designations, education and body of knowledge.
It sends a strong message about the alignment of CU Appraisal Services' core business model, with that of credit unions.
That said, compliance coupled with an elevated importance placed on property valuations helped drive the mortgage industry to implement much needed appraisal technology, which brought about many newfound efficiencies from which the entire appraisal supply chain could benefit.
This new world of appraisal should be welcomed and indeed encouraged.
Bear the other expenses of the appraisal and umpire equally.
To gain insight into the issues and challenges facing reviewers, as well as how the review practice has evolved, Valuation caught up with several Appraisal Institute members from around the country who are involved with reviews.
170(f)(11)(E)(ii), "qualified appraiser" means an individual who (1) has earned an appraisal designation from a recognized professional appraiser organization or has otherwise met minimum education and experience requirements set forth in regulations; (2) regularly performs appraisals for which the individual receives compensation; and (3) meets such other requirements as may be prescribed in IRS regulations or other guidance.
Acquirers, also, too often do not effectively utilize the SCAMPI or other appraisal methods when performing supplier monitoring and oversight.
Maurer, Pleck, and Rane (2001) point out that the process of receiving and understanding appraisal is a process of interpretation, with the appraised person interpreting the appraisal given.