Is a lender required to send appraisal to buyer?

Asked by Donny Opoku, Ladera Heights, CA Thu Jan 31, 2013

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Caroline Har…, Agent, Northridge, CA
Fri Feb 1, 2013
Yes, if you are purchasing a home, and you pay for the appraisal report, you are entitled to a report. Any problems, call me.

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PollyAnna Sn…, Agent, Bozeman, MT
Wed Jul 24, 2013
Of course they are, if the lender is passing the cost on to the Buyer in the transaction - the appraisal would belong ot the Buyer since he/she paid for it. Hope this helps. Cheers!
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Alberto Pach…, , Porter Ranch, CA
Wed Jul 24, 2013
Not necesarilly, but buyer can ask for a copy for his file
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Alberto Pach…, , Porter Ranch, CA
Sat Feb 2, 2013
If you are the buyer ask for a copy
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Sona Gallatin, Agent, Santa Clarita, CA
Sat Feb 2, 2013
The appraisal is paid for by the buyer therefore yes. Demand it.
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carlos parra…, Other Pro, Monrovia, CA
Thu Jan 31, 2013
No, but they usually do if you ask.
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SERGEY FEDNOV…, Agent, Beverly Hills, CA
Thu Jan 31, 2013
You can ask your lender to provide you a copy of the appraisal and they must provide it to you as you paying for it.



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Laura Coffey, Agent, Santa Clarita, CA
Thu Jan 31, 2013
The buyer is the one who purchases the appraisal so in my opinion they are the only one that should receive it and decide who they want to see it. The seller does not have a right or need to see the appraisal. If it came in at purchase price or above to remove the contingency.
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