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Brian Zitin, CEO at Reggora, a HousingWire Tech100 mortgage winner, shares how technology is impacting the future of the appraisal process and what’s to come for appraisal fulfillment in 2022.
The problem with the “trust, but verify” model, which is still used by many lending institutions today, is that it’s time-consuming and expensive.
Kenon Chen writes: It is time to look at whether the impact it has on people is equitable. And the appraisal process is no exception.