The Appraisal Update - the official podcast of Appraiser eLearning
Summary: Bryan Reynolds brings us one story, one idea, one single point to ponder each week. Join us for The Appraisal Update.
Bryan uses a real-life experience to demonstrate why you should check guidelines and policies for yourself and not just believe what someone says.
Host Bryan Reynolds speaks with Kevin Melton, a real estate appraiser in SW Louisiana, about the widespread devastation in the wake of Hurricane Laura, his own personal losses, and the ways people come together to help each other after a disaster. Bryan...
When the appraised market value is less than the sales agreement, how do you handle revision requests?
Listen to three stories about how Bryan handled calls from angry property owners.
Are you connected? Are you involved?
Bryan hosts the folks at Appraiser eLearning to discuss recent changes and the possible future of appraisal education in the post-Covid era.
Bryan says "Thanks!" to some folks in the appraisal community and offers an update on ANSI 2765 2020.
Overview of possible changes coming to the ANSI Guide as we know it.
Should a trainee sign an appraisal report or just be listed in an addendum? Listen to find out.
Bryan Reynolds digs into FHA policy when it comes to manufactured homes with vinyl skirting.
Why not run your appraisal firm like a practiced team, where everyone plays their positions well?
Sorting out appraisal options, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac extending deadlines, and other appraisal issues in the Covid era
Bryan Reynolds makes a case for adopting new technologies for collecting information, preparing reports, and sending them to your customers.
Valuation Review editor Mike Holzheimer talks about the need for appraisers to exchange ideas.
What is a bifurcated report? Bryan Reynolds c.