But also, complain to your loan originator and demand that the appraisal be fixed.
If they don't do it, go to a new lender and sue the current lender for your appraisal fee back.
It's the only way to deal with this these days.
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I will file a complaint like suggested but I don't know what else to do. If it doesn't happen then I am walking away and giving up on buying a house.
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