Appraisal Forms

Here you will find the most common forms utilized for reporting an appraisal for private use. Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and other standardized forms for lending are not to be utilized for private / non lender assignments. Such forms include FNMA 1004,1075, 2055,1073, 2075, 2000, 2000A and 1004D. These can be viewed by Clicking Here.
  1. Desktop Appraisal
    Completed by a Certified Residential Appraiser this form is an affordable alternative. There is no physical inspection of the subject property. All data is obtained form public records and owner if available.
  2. Exterior Only Appraisal
    The appraiser conducts an exterior inspection from the street of the subject property and drives the comparables as well. Subject information is obtained from public records and owner if available.
  3. Full Appraisal
    The appraiser conducts an exterior and inspection of the subject property and drives the comparables as well. Subject information is obtained from public records and owner if available.
  4. Forensic Review
    A forensic appraisal review is a detailed review of an appraisal for interagency, GSE, USPAP, state and federal regulatory compliance. This must be evaluated on a case by case basis. Please contact us for further information.
Desktop Form
Ext Form
Full Appraisal
Appraisals are different depending on the intended use and user.

Did you know that there are different types of appraisals?

Each appraisal is different. The use that you intend for the appraisal report and the type of value being seeked will impact how the appraisal is reported, the exhinits required as well as addedums that may be required to produce a reliable, credible and well supported appraisal or appraisal review.