Incenter Appraisal Management and McKissock Learning are partnering to help appraisers update their remote inspection skills in response to announcements by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac that they will begin accepting desktop appraisals beginning in March.

The two organizations will jointly sponsor several webinars for appraisers seeking to master new remote inspection/desktop appraisal solutions, which will increasingly become requirements for their success.

“Non-QM/Non-Agency lenders and credit unions are already seeking out AMCs and appraisal firms who offer remote appraisals. The GSE announcements about March 2022 start dates for desktop appraisals will likely lead to widespread adoption and lender usage. We are excited to enable as many appraisers as possible to take advantage of this emerging demand,” said Mark Walser, president of Incenter Appraisal Management.

“McKissock Learning and Incenter Appraisal Management are equally focused on empowering appraisers to remain the key stakeholders in the appraisal process. RemoteVal training will help appraisers spend more time on professional analyses while maintaining overall control of the inspection process,” said Renee Altier, president, valuation and property services of Colibri Group, whose businesses include McKissock Learning.

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