Tagged: NCUA

Committee Passes H.R. 3619 - Requires AMCs to Disclose their Fees 4

Committee Passes H.R. 3619

H.R. 3619 has passed out of committee and is now sitting in the US House for consideration. H.R.3619 would amend the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989 to provide the Appraisal Subcommittee with the authority to modify annual registry fees for appraisal management companies, to maintain a registry of trainees and charge a lower trainee registry fee, and to allow grants to States to assist appraiser and potential appraiser compliance with the Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria and would require AMCs to disclose their fees. The NCUA Quadrupled The Appraisal Threshold For Nonresidential Real Estate Loans By a 2-1...

NCUA Board Decision Could Potentially Hurt Commercial Appraisers 8

NCUA Quadruples the Appraisal Threshold

Like so many things in life, the NCUA Board decision was predicated primarily on greed… This is a lot like the liar loans that infiltrated residential lending not that long ago. Appraisers, especially Commercial appraisers, I picked this info up from a message sent out by the Appraisal Institute on July 18, 2019: “The NCUA Board of Directors today quadrupled – from $250,000 to $1 million – the appraisal threshold for nonresidential real estate loans. NCUA is the National Credit Union Administration. The appraisal threshold is the loan amount below which appraisals are not required. Increasing the threshold would drastically...

Comments Continue to be Invited - Appraisers Call to Action 6

Should the Government Accept Appraisers’ Complaints?

If you believe the government should be accepting complaints from appraisers regarding Appraiser Independence Issues, then please send your comments Please respond to the call to action below! The IACF was developed for use by those who wish to file a formal, written complaint that an entity subject to the jurisdiction of one or more Agencies, the Board, or the NCUA has failed to comply with the appraisal independence standards or USPAP. The IACF is designed to collect information necessary for one or both of the Agencies, the Board, or the NCUA to take further action on a complaint from...

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