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FHA Appraisals and Reconsideration of Value

When an FHA assigned appraiser submits his or her report and the fair market value of a given property is established, sometimes the buyer or seller may disagree with that determination of value. Can the FHA appraisal be appealed?

There are some circumstances where a reconsideration of value may be warranted.

According to the FHA, “A reconsideration of value is a request to the FHA Roster appraiser to reconsider the analysis and conclusions of his or her appraisal based on information that was not presented on the appraisal report, but was relevant to the appraisal and available to the appraiser in the normal course of business as of the effective date of the appraisal.”

However, FHA rules also add that only “the lender

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April 24, 2012

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