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149906

Re: Licensing / Certification Question

In the State of Texas, talcb still has jurisdiction. Have a former appraiser who just got charged. Candy Cooke, Broker ... In the State of Texas, talcb still
Candy
3:54 PM
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149905

Re: Licensing / Certification Question

the fees/costs would be insignificant compared to a lawsuit - and anyone can be sued at any time for nothing!!!! It only takes one lawsuit to pretty much make
Judy Wheeler
2:23 PM
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149904

Re: Licensing / Certification Question

Thin ice.............................. VERY thin ice. I certainly wouldn't think that was a worthwhile "money saving" decision. Or one based on best legal
Judy Wheeler
1:17 PM
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149903

Re: Licensing / Certification Question

All good points. Regarding appraisals for assessment purposes, hearing officers will take both licensed and non-licensed appraisals as evidence...Had a court
Klingler, Greg
1:16 PM
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149902

Re: Licensing / Certification Question

In PA, when licensing came into law, brokers could apply for a broker/appraiser license.  This was a one time deal, and when they are all retired that
Pamela
1:12 PM
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149901

Re: Licensing / Certification Question

You need to check your state code. I was asked the same question just last month by someone who let their license. The code in my state does not allow you to
Gary Chase
1:10 PM
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149900

Re: Licensing / Certification Question

Lets take the question a little further down the road..if you were to do an appraisal for private purposes and ended up in court about it, how much wait would
Anthony Vosilla
1:01 PM
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149899

Re: ACH Deposit Question..

I have an internet zero balance account I use for purchases. They are welcome to try and squeeze but nothing will come out. We transfer funds into the
Bill Ritzdorf
11:26 AM
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149898

Licensing / Certification Question

Have a quick question for the group: How many of you have let their appraisal license expire and still do appraisals? I realize that federally backed loans
Klingler, Greg
9:42 AM
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149897

Re: ACH Deposit Question..

It’s vague language, but does just specify “due to an error”. I have had clients over pay, and it’s our side that figures it out and contacts them. I
Bob
9:42 AM
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149896

Re: ACH Deposit Question..

Bob, I've heard of this before but have not given it much thought. I have real problems with this - giving a Client the ability to debit our accounts. Do they
John Carlson
9:31 AM
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149895

Re: ACH Deposit Question..

Per my bank once you give them permission to put it in they can take it out in case of a mistake. Never let dishnet or dish tv have access to your account. If
p Nalley
9:27 AM
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149894

ACH Deposit Question..

So we have many clients that pay via ACH deposit, but being asked to an agreement where client can credit or debit the ACH account. I have not seen the ability
Bob
9:23 AM
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149893

Re: USPAP experts needed

I have heard that HUD’s claim is that “it is really no different than what appraisers have been expected to do all along” LOL Gil Rogers Certified
Gilbert F. Rogers
Aug 31
#149893
 
149892

Re: [InlandCAAppraisersForum] Re: regulatory requirements for apprai

Are those inside the lending intuitions required such as underwriters, loan officers or anyone that review or touch the appraisal? Larry
    Larry Ribarich
    Aug 31
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