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Appraisers Face Tougher Times

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Appraisers Face Tougher TimesHalcyon days gone for appraisers

May 15, 2010

During the past year, real estate appraisers have endured a new appraisal code, pressure to provide quicker appraisals and disgruntled borrowers who are disappointed with estimated values for their homes. Also impacting appraisers are fewer orders and a smaller cut of the fee.

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