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12 POINT APPRAISAL CHECKLIST – How prepared are you?

By | Appraisals, Appraisers, Borrowers, Lenders, Loans, Mortgages, NAN University, Real Estate, Valuation, Webinar | No Comments

Before your next home appraisal, be sure to review and discuss our 12 Point Appraisal Checklist with your lender. Our team at Nationwide Appraisal Network has all the tools you need to prepare for your appraisal day. To learn more about appraisals, please visit our NAN University loaded with FREE webinars and whitepapers!   ABOUT NATIONWIDE APPRAISAL NETWORK- NAN is an industry leader in appraisal property valuations, providing a unique…

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Making a habit of accomplishing the impossible. Part II

By | Appraisals, Choosing an Appraisal Management Company, Customer Service, Lenders, Nanners, Press Release, Real Estate, Valuation | No Comments

Making a habit of accomplishing the impossible. This month, Nationwide Appraisal Network (NAN) spotlights Joni Pilgrim, Co-Founder and Director of Sales & Business Development. We recently sat down with Joni Pilgrim, who shared details about her life, about the success of NAN, the importance of its people and the core value of upholding the promise of quality and service to its clients. This is part 2 of a 3 part…

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{HOT TOPIC} Common questions about your home appraisal

By | Appraisals, Borrowers, Fannie Mae, Lenders, Valuation | No Comments

Did you know your home’s gross living area does not include your garage or any space below grade, like a basement? As a national appraisal management company, one of the most common questions we get from borrowers and even lenders revolves around how living area is calculated. We get asked about heated vs. non-heated spaces, finished and unfinished basements and even porch and patio areas. So does the appraiser actually…

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FHA announced revisions to its Annual Lender Certification Statements

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FHA Annual Recertification Annual Recertification Each FHA-approved lender must complete FHA’s recertification process on an annual basis in order to retain its FHA approval.Lenders must submit a complete recertification package to FHA within 90 Days after the lender’s fiscal year end.  The following items must be submitted as part of the lender’s recertification package: Online certification Recertification fee Financial data Lenders must utilize the Lender Electronic Assessment Portal (LEAP) to…

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