Brad Froelich is the chief appraiser for U.S. Real Estate Services Inc. (USRES) and has been a state certified appraiser since 1993. Froelich has worked exclusively within the finance industry for the past 30 years as a residential appraiser, auditor, senior reviewer and chief appraiser. He oversees all aspects of USRES' valuation products, appraisals, broker pricing opinions and reconciliation market valuation reviews and audits. Contact Brad via email at Brad.Froelich@usres.com.
High CU risk scores do not automatically trigger AQM reviews, and lenders using CU should not consider its feedback as necessarily reflective of an individual appraiser’s work. CU has an adjustment comparison tab that can show the appraisal report adjustments against the CU model’s adjustments.
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