Wednesday , 30 September 2020

Breaking News: What will a Trump Presidency mean for the Appraisal Industry?

In a stunning upset Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton to become this Nation’s 45th president. Regardless of whether you are happy or upset about this news, it is time to figure out what this means for the Appraisal Industry. With control of both houses as well as the presidency, republicans will most likely be able to make some changes to housing policy, but what will those changes be?

There will be a lot of debate this week at Valuation Expo about what this news means for the country. But, what will it mean for the industry? Valuation leaders across the country will be gathered to discuss issues concerning appraisers, AMCs, regulators, and everyone involved in appraisals.

While there hasn’t been much discussion on what changes the candidates wanted to make to housing on the campaign trail, National Mortgage News,  a Bronze Sponsor at Valuation Expo, posted this interesting breakdown this morning.

Valuation Expo’s keynote speaker Rob Chrisman who publishes Daily Mortgage News and Commentary will enlighten the audience about what he expects to see in the coming years for the industry. Zach Dawson, Director of Collateral Strategy & Policy at Fannie Mae, will be speaking at Valuation Expo with his team about what you can expect to see from Fannie Mae in the coming years.

Valuation Expo is the place to be as the industry gets together to discuss what to expect for the future of the industry. It is not too late to join in on the discussion. There is still time to register for Valuation Expo in Las Vegas November 10th-12th.  REGISTER NOW

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