Thought Leadership & Best Practices

Why Mortgage Lenders Should Optimize the Appraisal Process Now

Every lender knows that the borrower’s experience matters — it’s the key to higher customer satisfaction scores and more referral business. Lenders can improve customer satisfaction with a smoother, more efficient appraisal process, and reduce their cost to originate by $258. NOW is the time to fix the appraisal process with powerful appraisal management technology! Download the white paper to learn how STRATMOR Group's research and lender data point to the appraisal process and why now is the time to get started.

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Contributors

Richard Martin
Richard Martin

Director of Real Estate Lending Solutions

Curinos

Kevin Peranio
Kevin Peranio

Chief Lending Officer

PRMG

Scott Reuter
Scott Reuter

Chief Appraisal Officer

Freddie Mac

Brian Zitin
Brian Zitin

Chief Executive Officer

Reggora

Jim Dell'Anno
Jim Dell'Anno

Vice President Director of Sales

North Easton Savings

Jan Valencia
Jan Valencia

Systems Administrator

Alpha Mortgage

Summary

Download the white paper to learn:

  • Why the appraisal department holds the key to a more efficient process
  • Why more lenders are choosing to optimize their appraisal process now
  • How lenders are approaching this challenge
  • The value derived from an optimized appraisal process

This white paper offers data from a recently completed STRATMOR Group study exploring mortgage lenders’ greatest pain points in the appraisal operations process. From the moment the lender realizes they need an appraisal to the moment they receive a complete report is 19 days. The best way to stop the pain — for the lender, the real estate agent and the borrower — is to fix the appraisal process.

Fighting margin compression? With an increase in appraisal efficiency, Reggora improves margins for lenders by $286 per loan file. Get all the details in this white paper, free to download.

Thought Leadership & Best Practices

Why Mortgage Lenders Should Optimize the Appraisal Process Now

Every lender knows that the borrower’s experience matters — it’s the key to higher customer satisfaction scores and more referral business. Lenders can improve customer satisfaction with a smoother, more efficient appraisal process, and reduce their cost to originate by $258. NOW is the time to fix the appraisal process with powerful appraisal management technology! Download the white paper to learn how STRATMOR Group's research and lender data point to the appraisal process and why now is the time to get started.

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Thumbnail image of Reggora white paper outlining why mortgage lenders should optimize their appraisal process now

Download the white paper to learn:

  • Why the appraisal department holds the key to a more efficient process
  • Why more lenders are choosing to optimize their appraisal process now
  • How lenders are approaching this challenge
  • The value derived from an optimized appraisal process

This white paper offers data from a recently completed STRATMOR Group study exploring mortgage lenders’ greatest pain points in the appraisal operations process. From the moment the lender realizes they need an appraisal to the moment they receive a complete report is 19 days. The best way to stop the pain — for the lender, the real estate agent and the borrower — is to fix the appraisal process.

Fighting margin compression? With an increase in appraisal efficiency, Reggora improves margins for lenders by $286 per loan file. Get all the details in this white paper, free to download.

Contributors

Richard Martin
Richard Martin

Director of Real Estate Lending Solutions

Curinos

Kevin Peranio
Kevin Peranio

Chief Lending Officer

PRMG

Scott Reuter
Scott Reuter

Chief Appraisal Officer

Freddie Mac

Brian Zitin
Brian Zitin

Chief Executive Officer

Reggora

Jim Dell'Anno
Jim Dell'Anno

Vice President Director of Sales

North Easton Savings

Jan Valencia
Jan Valencia

Systems Administrator

Alpha Mortgage

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