CRE Appraisals: Regulations and the Review Process
Monday, August 14, 2017
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm CT
Recommended for 2.5 CE Credits
This session will cover the key issues from the 2010 Interagency Appraisal and Evaluation Guidelines, tips for integrating them into your existing policies, and how CRE appraisals differ from residential reports.
- Overview of guidelines and issues critical to CRE appraisals
- The five minimum standards and what they really mean, as derived from the original 14 points in the Financial Institutions Reform and Recovery Act of 1989 (FIRREA) that govern how banks order and use appraisals
- What is FIRREA? (and other regulatory guidelines still in place)
- Yes, you can use appraisals prepared for other banks
- Types of reviews, as suggested by the guidelines
- Administrative/compliance review plus a sample checklist
- Technical/internal review plus a sample checklist
- Outside/third party review plus sample comments
- Ideas for setting dollar limits
- Why your bank should create an appraisal/CRE properties database
- What about evaluations?
- Not just for loans below the dollar thresholds
- New (as of 2010) evaluator independence requirements
- Appraisal review outcomes and when to request revisions
Who Should Attend:
CRE lenders, commercial lenders, credit analysts, portfolio managers, community bankers, mortgage lenders, private bankers, small business lenders, loan review specialists, special assets officers, lending managers, credit officers and CRE support personnel.
Richard Hamm has been training bankers for 25 years, designing and delivering courses specializing in commercial lending and credit, including portfolio and risk management, commercial real estate (CRE) and appraisals, plus selling and negotiating skills, and director training.
Richard is based in Huntsville, AL and has owned/operated Advantage Consulting & Training for 11 years, after a 22-year banking career including senior positions in lending and credit, plus president through formation and acquisition of a community bank. He has BS and MBA degrees from the University of Alabama.