How to Review an Appraisal

90 minutes

Categories: Appraisals | Skill-based

Who Should Attend:
Processors, underwriters, loan officers

In MGIC's Residential Appraisal Review training webinar, you will get the tools you need to help build and strengthen your appraisal evaluation skills. The more familiar you become with typical secondary market guidelines, learn what valuation methods are available, and develop a deeper understanding of certain cautionary items that help identify potential problems, the better you will be at evaluating an appraisal.

In this session, you will:

  • Learn what the lender's responsibility is during an appraisal review
  • Analyze the Uniform Residential Appraisal Report (URAR 1004/70), including interior and exterior photos, location map and floor plan sketch

This workshop provides the most up-to-date appraisal information and tools, including:

  • A resource manual to keep at your desk as a handy reference after completing the training
  • An appraisal review checklist that helps identify potential cautionary items

Upcoming Sessions:

Recorded Session

Available any time.

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Sandra Sweeney

Sandra Sweeney

Sandra Sweeney is a mortgage industry veteran with over 35 years of experience. Her varied roles in operations, loan origination, underwriting and management give her a deep understanding and appreciation for many roles present in the industry. Sandra rejoined MGIC in 2013 as an underwriter and recently transitioned to a full-time Customer Trainer and training program developer. She currently facilitates many of the MGIC national webinar courses. Sandra and her family reside by the water on Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia. In her free time, she enjoys boating, swimming, and hiking.
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