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San Diego CA Home Appraisals: The Good, Bad, and the Ugly 2020

Whether you are buying or selling a home, it goes without saying that you want the best bang for your buck.However, looking over...
Former SoFi CEO Mike Cagney’s blockchain lending startup Figure looking to raise $100 million

HouseCanary raises $65 million to continue automating real estate appraisals

It seems that investors have some interest in automating real estate appraisals. HouseCanary, a provider of software and analytics for the real estate...
Rodney Hood, chairman of NCUA board

Why credit unions need a higher appraisal threshold for mortgages

Since I assumed the chairmanship at the National Credit Union Administration over seven months ago, I’ve made reforming outdated regulations one of the...
NCUA follows bank regulators’ lead on home appraisals

NCUA follows bank regulators’ lead on home appraisals

After raising the threshold for appraisals on commercial real estate transactions earlier this year, the National Credit Union Administration is now moving forward...
Appraisals are no longer required on some home sales of $400,000 and under – HousingWire

Appraisals are no longer required on some home sales of $400,000 and under –...

Beginning Oct. 9, 2019, certain home sales of $400,000 and under will no longer require an appraisal. Under previous rules that have been in place...
Dallas housing is still too hot, Wall Street analysts warn

Dallas housing is still too hot, Wall Street analysts warn

Still overvalued — that's the latest assessment of the Dallas housing market by one of Wall Street's big ratings firms.Dallas-Fort Worth home prices...
House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters

House passes five bipartisan financial services bills

WASHINGTON — The House passed five bipartisan financial services bills aimed at issues ranging from rural housing assistance to the backlog of appraisals...
Appraisal exemption Nov. 2018

Appraisals may soon not be required on certain home sales of $400,000 and under...

Certain home sales of $400,000 and under may soon not need an appraisal, as federal regulators are close to approving a proposal to...
Banks, appraisers assail NCUA rule as 'bad public policy'

Banks, appraisers assail NCUA rule as ‘bad public policy’

The National credit Union Administration on Thursday approved a controversial proposed rule regarding appraisals for commercial real estate loans, triggering a double-barreled rebuke...
Bifurcated Appraisals: Insights Into an Evolving Industry

Bifurcated Appraisals: Insights Into an Evolving Industry

On Tuesday, June 25, from 1-2 p.m. CDT, the DS News webinar series will host a new presentation entitled “Bifurcated Appraisals: Insights Into...

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