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    Residential Roundtable 2024

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    May 2, 2024 Glassboro, NJ
    Date
    May 2, 2024
    Location
    Glassboro, NJ
    Sponsor
    Southern New Jersey Chapter
    Instructor
    Residential Panelists
    Full Price
    $60.00
    AI Price
    $50.00
    Enroll by May 2!
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    Course Description

    Our presentations include:

    Richard Negro and Deborah Peacock (HUD)

    Common Myths, Misconceptions and Questions regarding FHA Appraisal Guidelines

    This presentation will address FHA guidelines regarding Appraisal Reporting requirements in an effort to clear up common misconceptions of these guidelines by the industry participants, including Loan Officers, Loan Production staff, Appraisal Management Companies, Loan Processors, Underwriters and Appraisers. Many of the examples have come from questions submitted through the FHA Resource Center. The presentation will follow an outline beginning with an understanding of the specific Intended Use in an FHA Appraisal Assignment and how this Use helps to define and understand the various roles in Mortgage Processing. The presentation will include instructions on how to navigate the online version of the HUD 4000.1 handbook for easy reference. The presentation will allow ample time for Q & A on these specific topics as well as an open forum Q & A.

    Matt Carelli

    AnnieMac and the Residential Appraisal

    AnnieMac Home Mortgage is a lender based in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, with branches throughout the U.S. The company provides a complete suite of mortgage solutions, with a department dedicated specifically to the underwriting and processing of renovation mortgages, like Fannie Mae’s HomeStyle® Renovation. The presentation will discuss what mortgage companies are looking for from appraisals, as well as insight on Fannie Mae’s Collateral Underwriter review tool.

    Michael J. Pratico, Jr., AI-GRS

    Swinging Interest Rates & Best Practices

    As a bank reviewer, the presenter will go over lending work and types, property types, and the current role as an appraiser. He will go into details regarding best practice ideas, anecdotal data to monitor and watch, as well as reconsideration of value and bias.

    Michael J. Acquaro-Mignogna, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS

    Tips on How to Improve your Career as a Residential Appraiser

    This presentation will touch on the new PAREA program and what it can offer new appraisers to the practice.

    Eugene A. Soda, Jr.,

    Residential Updates, Changes

    We will discuss the new desktop products and their anticipated impact. He will also present on

    market conditions, listing analysis, and contract analysis.

    Walt Krzywicki, MAI, AI-GRS

    Common USPAP Myths

    We will follow up and summarize some of the current changes in USPAP (for those who have yet to take the latest class); and also go over some “Common Misconceptions of USPAP.”

    Who Should Enroll
    Appraisers and anyone interested in residential real estate!
    State Approvals
    State QE/CE Course & Exam Course Only Exam Only Delivery Format Approval Format Start Date Expire Date State Code
    DE CE 4 Classroom Classroom 03/19/2024 10/31/2025 REA-AC-031924-086883 (Southern New Jersey Chapter)
    NJ CE 4 Classroom Classroom 03/20/2024 2024-7002 (Southern New Jersey Chapter)
    Course Objectives
    Gain an understanding of the local residential market.
    Course Materials & Recommended Books
    None needed
    Pricing Options
    Rate Full Price AI Price
    Standard
    Today thru 05/02/2024
    $60.00 $50.00
    Event Information

    CE APPROVED:

    NJ (reciprocal in PA); DE.

    4 CE hours.

    Check in at 12:45pm. Seminar is 1-5pm.

    From 5-6, we will have happy hour/networking with food (cash bar)