Appraisal List and the Engagement Process Webinar
Objectives of the Presentation
Understand federal law and bank regulatory requirements for appraisal interaction and engagement
Learn the importance of vetting appraisers for general qualifications and specific competency
Learn alternatives options for vetting appraisers
Learn the importance of appraisal procedures for standardizing the bidding and engaging process
Learn the importance of approved list stratification
Why Should you Attend
The Interagency Appraisal and Evaluation Guidelines require banks to ensure appraisal quality
How does that regulatory mandate translate into practice?
How can appraisal quality vary with risk?
How do the approved appraiser list and the engagement process impact appraisal quality?
The webinar will answer these and other engagement process questions
Pertinent financial institution regulations and federal banking law that apply
Best practices for approved appraiser list monitoring
Importance of establishing a process to critique and improve approved list appraiser quality
Identify legitimate and illegitimate reasons to engage an appraiser who is not on the bank´s approved list
Examine how high risk transactions and construction loans should be differently handled in the engagement process
Comparison of how residential and commercial engagement practices may differ and problem areas for
Who will Benefit
CEOs and presidents of community banks, Credit administration officers, Chief appraisers/appraisal function managers, Credit officers involved in the appraisal function, Credit reviewers and other credit side personnel, Lending group managers, Employees tasked with elements of the appraisal