Class Valuation Requests for Proposals
It’s time to grab your popcorn and settle in for another round of AMC shenanigans. Last week, Class Valuation, the esteemed AMC known for their impeccable reputation, sent out an email to appraisers claiming that they do not “bid for the cheapest and fastest appraisal.” Instead, they send out a request for proposal, because apparently, they are now a Fortune 500 company looking for fancy proposals from appraisers. Just imagine the appraisers scrambling to put together PowerPoint presentations and fancy graphs to impress Class Valuation. But hey, at least they clarified that they’re not rejecting your bids, they’re just rejecting your proposals.
But wait, it gets better. Class Valuation also revealed that their staff appraisers complete over 30% of their appraisals. That’s right, they have their own in-house appraisers who are probably getting paid peanuts to churn out appraisals like a factory. Who needs competition and fair pay when you can just monopolize the market? And they have the audacity to call themselves an AMC? Is this what the government had in mind when they forced this AMC nonsense on us?
It’s almost comical how Class Valuation still can’t seem to grasp the concept of assigning an appraisal to one appraiser at a pre-stated fee. But hey, why bother with efficiency when you can just keep playing the game of “who can do it the cheapest and fastest.” Keep up the good work, Classless Valuation. You never fail to disappoint.
Excerpt of Class Valuation email:
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