Fees


Fees:  New Rules, New Data

Added:  February 27, 2010

Appraisers are used to toiling away in relative obscurity, but suddenly the national spotlight is shining on the industry, and in an area that normally is shrouded in comparative secrecy:  Fees.  More interestingly, people outside the profession are actually worried that appraisal fees may be too low, not too high.  Click to view

State And Regional Fee Comparison

Added:  February 26, 2010

While county-level analysis may seem to be the most relevant to the fees you charge on a day to day basis, there's no denying the fact that your business doesn't operate in a vacuum.  Click to view

Analyzing The Counties

Added:  February 26, 2010

Hawaii is looking better and better to appraisers these days, especially as record snow storms strike large parts of the continental United States. Who can blame them for wanting to sit on the beach and collect among the highest fees in the nation, in a location that also happens to be one of the busiest as well?
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Frequently Asked Questions Regarding The Appraisal Fee Reference (AFR)

Added:  February 24, 2010

We developed the national Appraisal Fee Reference™ to be the authoritative guide to average and median appraisal fees for a base URAR. It is just one of the monthly data sets published as part of our Appraisal Industry Analytics™ practice.
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Avoiding A Race To The Bottom

Added:  February 24, 2010

There's a common misperception out there — especially among appraisal clients — that the "oversupply" of appraisers has created a market where there is no fee too low.  Click to view