Read the answers below to our most frequently asked lender questions. We have organized our questions into two categories.
At AmeriMac, we work with a diverse spectrum of clients, including retail banks, mortgage lenders and brokers, credit unions, local and regional banks, and more.
No! We do not charge a set-up fee like many AMCs do.
No. We do not put appraisals out for bid. We handpick the appraiser and directly assign an appraisal order based on his or her proximity to the location, knowledge of the geographical area, revision rate, and record of providing quality appraisals within our required turn-time.
One of our many unique qualities is our relationship with our appraisers, and our in-depth knowledge of their effectiveness at generating quality, accurate, fast appraisals.
Yes. At AmeriMac, we pride ourselves on our low revision rate. We achieve this low rate by implementing a thorough quality control process to ensure an appraisal is as accurate as possible before being released to the lender.
Yes. Each appraiser is vetted for his or her comprehensive knowledge of their local market and their track record for generating quality appraisals within our required turn-time.
We also expect high levels of consistent and clear communication with our team to ensure our clients are informed throughout the process.
Yes. To submit your request, email our team at info@AmeriMacAMC.com.
At AmeriMac, we work hard to minimize the need for revision requests by implementing a stringent quality control process before you receive the appraisal. Our quality check includes reviewing the overall appraisal report, comps used. We then request any needed adjustments prior to submitting the final appraisal report to our lender partners.
With our easy-to-use portal, placing an order is simple.
Simply login and follow the steps to order an appraisal.
After the order has been created, open the order you are looking to upload the files for and scroll down to the bottom of the order. There you will find the section, “Other Supporting Documents”. Click on the button that says, “Add Document”. Then click on, “Choose File” and follow the prompts.
You can check on the status of your appraisal order 24/7. After you login to the portal, click on the order you would like to check the status on. In the top section of the order, there is a field on the form called, “Status”. You will find one of the following status options, “Unassigned”, “Assigned To Vendor”, “Accepted By Vendor”, “Inspection Scheduled”, “Inspected”, “Completed” within this section.
Our goal is to answer your questions as quickly as we can. That’s why we prefer that you call us at 877-241-5144. Every member of our team is extensively trained and can most likely answer your question or solve a problem immediately.