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Order a Property Evaluation Online
Order online, pay with a credit card and receive your evaluation report in about a week.
Commercial Lending Evaluations
Looking to streamline your valuation process? Our experts can help develop a well-supported collateral evaluation tool for your commercial lending needs.
Our Commercial Evaluation Report (CER) product meets the criteria for Commercial Evaluations stated in the FDIC's Interagency Appraisal and Evaluation Guidelines established December 10, 2010.View the FDIC Regulations ›
Technology that Delivers Value
Our technology solutions combine to make your processes more efficient. Place your order online with just an address and our address verification will validate the property for you to select. Check the status of your order with online project tracking. Our electronic delivery also allows your reviewers to review and annotate completed evaluations to keep your projects organized.Sign In to Manage Orders
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How long does it take to complete a report?
We complete most of our reports in 5 business days or less.
When can an evaluation be used in lieu of an appraisal?
The FDIC's Interagency Appraisal and Evaluation Guidelines apply to all real-estate-related financial transactions regardless of size or whether loans are for a regulated institution's own portfolio, held for sale, or held in asset-backed conduits. However, the agencies' appraisal regulations allow regulated institutions to use an appropriate evaluation of the real estate in lieu of an appraisal for transactions with a loan amount of $500,000 or less, business loans $1 million or less, or subsequent transactions (transactions involving an existing extension of credit at the lending institution with no loan limit as long as the property is one that can be processed via an evaluation, i.e. not complex). The regulations define transaction value as the amount of the loan or extension of credit, not the value of the property. The interagency guidelines contain minimum standards for evaluation content and address the qualifications of individuals performing evaluations.
Learn more by visiting the FDIC.