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Connie Fitzg…, Real Estate Pro in 20659
For homeowners with too much debt to handle there may be a new option. Mortgage lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have issued some new guidelines for underwater borrowers that might allow them to surrender… Read more
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Zmbrennan, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
Zmbrennan answered:
We are looking at a re-fi and our appraisal came in at only 1000 more than we paid for the house in 2004. The appraiser also made a few errors.
You need a bank certified appraiser.
If this was an appraisal ordered by the bank, you can usually appeal and get another certified appraiser to verify or contest the first one.
0 votes Share Flag Sat Oct 16, 2010 Market Conditions in Prince Frederick
Indera Coggi…, Real Estate Pro in Dunkirk, MD
Indera Coggins answered:
I have a house in Prince Frederick and lost a refi deal over an appraisel being 6k low. Is there any way to?
You should get a second appraisal done because the second one can come in at a different price. It happens. Good luck!
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jun 26, 2009 Market Conditions in Prince Frederick
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