ASA: ‘It appears agencies minds were set on increase’

The American Society of Appraisers (ASA) is concerned.
The ASA was deeply disappointed to learn that federal banking agencies rejected a request by numerous groups – including ASA – to hold a public hearing regarding the proposed increase in the residential appraisal threshold to $400,000.
Read on to learn more and hear from both the ASA international president and the agencies on this matter.

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