Residential Valuations

Know Before You Owe: Appraisal Tips, Regulatory Advice, and Client Guidance

Join PCV Murcor at the Fourth Annual Local Lender Fair on May 10th, produced by the Greater Ventura County Chapter of CAMP.Organized by the Greater Ventura County Chapter of CAMP, PCV Murcor has been invited to present our Appraisal Tips for Originators at this year’s Annual Local Lender Fair, held at the Thousand Oaks Inn in Thousand Oaks, CA.Cindy Nasser, [...]

Desktop and Hybrid Appraisals: How Do They Work and What are the Risks?

PCV Murcor's Cindy Nasser, Senior Vice President of Operations and Michael Baz, Director of Quality Control, are Sharing Insights on Desktop and Hybrid Appraisals at this Year's Northern California Residential Appraisal Conference. This one-day residential appraisal conference is specifically designed for the independent boots-on-the-ground field appraisers. The morning is dedicated to desktop and hybrid appraisals; the hybrid appraisal (a [...]

What Happens When You Put Chief Appraisers and Risk Managers in a Room at the Fed?

PCV Murcor Attends Annual Meeting with Risk Management Association and Society of Chief Appraisers at the Federal Reserve Bank in Los Angeles PCV Murcor attended the 16th annual joint meeting of the Risk Management Association and the Society of Chief Appraisers last week. The annual conference held at the Federal Reserve Bank in Los Angeles, brings chief appraisers and [...]

PCV Murcor’s Cindy Nasser on Forbes Real Estate Council, Shares Appraisal Trends In 2018

PCV Murcor's Senior Vice President of Operations, Cindy Nasser is a contributing member of the Forbes Real Estate Council. Notable Real Estate Trends To Watch For In 2018 In this article Cindy shares her thoughts on the impact appraisal management regulations and tax legislation may have on home-buyers in 2018. Council members in this article also comment on trends [...]

Disaster Area Appraisals and Shortages: Harvey, Irma and Jose… and Maria is on the Way

Disaster area appraisals and appraisers are impacted by shortages. In the wake of the devastation caused by hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and with Jose winding down and Maria winding up, the demand for property inspections and other appraisal services in FEMA designated disaster areas is on the rise, and so are the fees and turn times for [...]

Fannie Mae Gets Proactive with Appraisal Industry

Fannie Mae is engaging appraisers with their new Appraiser Update Newsletter which “is intended to promote more proactive communication with the appraisal industry and ensure alignment between appraisers, appraisal management companies, lenders and Fannie Mae.” In this first edition you will find information regarding hot topics such as Day 1 Certainty, Collateral Underwriter stats and Selling Guide updates. There are [...]

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