|Re: More on appraisals||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Fred H Olson WB0YQM (fholsonmaroon.tc.umn.edu)|
|Date: Mon, 27 Jun 94 09:41 CDT|
Message author: UCLINK.BERKELEY.EDU!SAMEER or C2.ORG!SAMEER Posted by the COHOUSING-L sysop (after several day delay - sorry ) > > Both bank appraisers which did my house did pretty thorough walk > throughs. Neither had been appraising houses for more than a year. All > you need in this state to become an appraiser is a business card, and a > connection with a bank. No experience, training or testing is required. > > No wonder appraisals are so lame. > Well I don't think you can expect government testing to make appraisals any better. What avout getting a realtor to appraise the place? Shouldn't those be good at appraising places because they *know* what the market is like, having to deal with the frustrations of trying to sell places? -- sameer Voice: 510-841-2014 Network Administrator Pager: 510-321-1014 Community ConneXion: The NEXUS-Berkeley Dialin: 510-841-0909 http://www.c2.org (or login as "guest") sameer [at] c2.org -- Fred H. Olson fholson [at] uci.com Amateur radio: WB0YQM 1221 Russell Av N, Minneapolis, MN 55411 voice: (612) 588-9532 Sysop of COHOUSING-L listserv & gopherspace (gopher: uci.uci.com)
More on appraisals Rob Sandelin, June 22 1994
- Re: More on appraisals Fred H Olson WB0YQM, June 27 1994
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