Earlier this year, HousingWire conducted an appraisal webinar and could not address all of the questions from appraisers in attendance. This webinar’s panel of expert appraisers will answer those questions and even take some more.
Recently, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the National Credit Union Administration, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency issued an advisory that highlights two options to help insured depository institutions and bank holding companies facilitate the timely consideration of loan applications.
The logic behind this move is an overarching belief there is an “appraiser shortage.” But is there, really? Do temporary permits and waivers help address the issue appropriately? We’ll find out the real story and more
Some of the questions we’ll answer are:
Anthony Roveda, Director of Valuation Solutions, MasterServ Financial
Anthony is an industry veteran with 28 years of experience and responsible for driving MasterServ’s core competencies in delivering the appropriate valuation solution for its customer base.
Jonathan Miller, Real Estate Appraiser and consultant, Miller Samuel
Jonathan is a real estate analyst and a state-certified real estate appraiser in New York and Connecticut. He co-founded Miller Samuel Inc. which provides appraisal and consulting services on as much as $5 billion worth of property per year in the New York City metropolitan area.
Matt Simmons, Commercial & Residential Appraiser, Maxwell, Hendry & Simmons, LLC
Matt manages the professional, technical, and business aspects of the residential division of the appraisal firm. He is a former state regulator and former Chair of the Florida Real Estate Appraisal Board.