Are Your Appraisal Policies & Procedures Compliant?

Tue, Sep 19, 2017 1:02 PM CDT{LOCAL_TZ}

Are Your Appraisal Policies & Procedures Compliant?

Content by EDR, Inc.

Tue, Sep 19, 2017 1:02 PM CDT

This webcast will look at how community banks are dealing with today’s regulatory challenges related to collateral valuation, and steps they can take to ensure a compliant appraisal program.

Former OCC Appraisal Policy Advisor Robert Parson, and Appraisal Analyst Fred McDonald, Popular Community Bank, will review the latest guidelines and supervisory expectations for appraisals, appraisal reviews, and evaluations. The webcast will provide insight into appraisal management best practices, and how to respond effectively to examiner scrutiny.

Topics covered include:

  • Components of a compliant appraisal policy
  • Appraisal review requirements – what the regulators want to see
  • Using commercial evaluations – where and when
  • Preparing for an audit
  • Current areas of focus by examiners
  • Insight into possible changes under the new administration
  • The impact of technology on the appraisal process

Special Offer: A free demonstration of Collateral360.


Featured Speakers:


Robert L. Parson
Fmr. Senior Appraisal Policy Advisor,
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

Fred McDonald
Appraisal Analyst,
Popular Community Bank

Matt DeVoe, Moderator
Sales Director,
EDR, Inc.

EDR’s Collateral360 platform helps real estate lenders improve workflow efficiency, manage risk and compliance, and access data to make important lending decisions—all within a secure, web-based environment.

Collateral360 consolidates several disparate processes into a single platform where lenders can manage all aspects of underwriting their collateral and procure services such as appraisals, evaluations, environmental, flood certificates, site inspections, tax reports, and more.

Collateral360 is used by over 900 financial institutions including community banks.

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