Oregon AMC Sanction Guidelines Grid
Oregon Board Proposed Order
Upcoming Working RE Webinars
January 13th, 2015, 10 – 11:30 a.m. PST
Do you ever wonder if a client’s requests are proper or even legal? In this live webinar, learn the right way to help clients, answer their questions, and stay in business.
February 5, 2015, 10 – 11:30 a.m. PST
“Thanks so much for offering this webinar. It has increased my knowledge tremendously on Fannie Mae requirements, the UAD, and information on how to perfect my work as best as possible. I am definitely interested in a webinar on the UAD and the quality and condition ratings. This information is invaluable.” -V. Harrill
Fannie Mae’s new Appraiser Quality Monitoring system (AQM) creates a do not use or “blacklist” should you run afoul of their new guidelines. For the most part, once you are on the list, you can no longer perform work for the Nation’s 15,000-20,000 lenders. For many, this will mean hard times. This Webinar provides an overview of how the system works, what it reports to lenders, what it takes to get an appraiser on the “bad boy” list and how you can stay off it.
“The best explanation of the Q & C ratings that I have seen so far.” –J. Fischman
Fannie Mae is ramping up AQM which means increasing numbers of warning letters are being sent to appraisers for incorrectly or inconsistently applying Quality and Condition (Q&C) ratings across their appraisal reports. State boards are also beginning to file complaints against appraisers alleging incorrect Q&C ratings, making it more important than ever for appraisers to have a clear understanding of how to determine and apply Q&C ratings. Richard Hagar shows appraisers how to navigate Fannie’s Q&C rating system and stay out of trouble with state boards and Fannie Mae.
Part 1: March 5th, 10 – 12:00 p.m. PST
“Thank you. I really enjoyed the webinar and put the information from it into immediate use. Now I have all kinds of graphs and charts in my workfile.” – S. Forstner
Will support for your adjustments hold up under scrutiny? Is it based on what you were told when you were learning the appraisal business, someone else’s opinion or…do you apply the correct methods in your appraisal practice?
This course will provide both aspiring and experienced appraisers the necessary tools to perform a professional and proper appraisal and stay trouble free.