Here is a great way to get into the system, put down lower than normal fees to start, and you will get into the system. Once you are in, do a great job on quality and then bump your fees up. If you show you can do quality work in a timely manner they are willing to pay more to you.
In most BPOs, the abbreviations you are referring to above are something that isn't asked for. It sounds like they are going for an appraisal at a BPO fee. Our website offers coaching on the exact things you are inquiring about, because fees range from $35 to $250, and if you are in a remote area with few agents asking for $200 is not out of the question. Oregon is one of those states where this can be pulled off.