Posts Tagged: appraisal

Vicky Thompson to speak at the NAPMW Atlanta December Luncheon

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Please join Vicky Thompson, President of Valuation Management Group, LLC at the NAPMW Atlanta December luncheon on Tuesday, December 19. The luncheon will be held at the Capital Grille located at 94 Perimeter Center West, Dunwoody, GA 30346. Please click here to sign up! The National Association of Professional Mortgage Women (NAPMW) champions the advancement… Read more »

Valuation Management Group – SMART

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Many clients utilize or have noticed our SMART products in the dropdown box of available report options. As a result, we receive a handful of calls and questions each week wanting to understand “What is a SMART?” It is a tool for our clients to obtain a reliable, inexpensive, and timely commercial appraisal report. SMART… Read more »

Avoiding Common Revision Requests Associated with the Purchase Contract

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Valuation Management Group strives to keep its clients and appraisers informed about best practices in the real estate appraisal profession. Our goal is to assist appraisers in improving efficiencies. A review of common underwriting requests suggests that a large number of requests are purchase contract related, such as homeowner’s association dues not being reported as… Read more »

One-of-a-Kind Home For Sale

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Valuation Management Group is highlighting a unique home that has historical significance, was designed by a famed architect, and features many intricate details. We think that you will find the details as interesting, as we did. First, here is a little about the architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. He was an American architect whose designs were contemporary… Read more »

Addressing Renovations and Remodeling in Your Appraisal Report

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Valuation Management Group receives frequent requests from our clients for an appeal of the appraisal because the appraiser may not have completely and thoroughly commented on any renovations or improvements made by the owner.  A common question is ‘did the appraiser consider the $50,000 I spent renovating and remodeling my kitchen/bathroom’. The appraiser should clearly… Read more »

Valuation Management Group Shares Statistical Data

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Valuation Management Group enjoys sharing appraisal and general real estate topics with our client and appraiser partners. We hope you find the following statistical data for 2016 and early 2017, as it relates to single family housing and trends, to be of interest. One data source we consulted was First Multiple Listing Service, Inc. (FMLS)…. Read more »

Extraordinary Assumptions in an Appraisal Report by Valuation Management Group

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Valuation Management Group serves as an appraisal management services company dealing with many unique appraisal issues and methodologies. As our quality assurance appraisal reviewers notice areas of interest, we strive to share these points of interest with our clients and appraisers to keep everyone informed. The Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) state in… Read more »

Valuation Management Group’s Holiday Tips for Appraisers

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We are starting to enter the holiday season when we all take some well deserved time off to spend moments with friends and family or possibly, just have some personal down time to relax from the busy year that has been. As a nationwide appraisal management company, Valuation Management Group strives to provide the best… Read more »

Valuation Management Group Discusses the Appraisal Process and Appraisal Management Companies with Appraiser, Russell Roberts

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Valuation Management Group values our relationships with both clients and appraisers.  Recently, Vicky Thompson, Valuation Management Group CEO, spoke with a VMG appraiser partner, Russell Roberts, a commercial appraiser in Kentucky, and they discussed different aspects in the appraisal process.   Russell Roberts included this conversation in a recent blog post titled, “Community Banks: How Appraisal… Read more »

Determining A New Appraisal Assignment

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Valuation Management Group, as part of our appraisal management services, strives to advise our clients and appraisers on common appraisal related issues.  A request that we receive very often is to “Change the Client/Lender Name on the Appraisal Report.” The Client and Intended User cannot be changed on the appraisal without it being considered a… Read more »