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Never! What is that about?
Wanda Kubat-Nerdin - W...
St. George, UT
Not without permission.
Yes - when the contract between Buyer and Seller stipulated that condition.
In California the loan person has to disclose the amount of commission from
the loan if he does sales he needs to disclose the amount from that also....
Hope that helps,
Good morning Wanda. Wow, that is a new one for me. The lender's responsibility for the appraisal is the share it to the borrower.
Make it a great weekend!
It used to hppen all the time. Now I rarely know what the appraisal is. The buyer sometimes doesn't know until closing.
Wanda - I Can't say that I have ever had that happen. Appraisal never should go to the seller. Sounds like the lender was new?
Not that I am aware of. If my Clients want me to see it they send it to me.
Yes...WE had a talk with his super!!!
Not yet, however, a current transaction has the feeling that this could happen. I expect the Selling and Listing associates to be on the receiving end.
No, most know better. That is the one report that belongs to the buyer, only time I ever give it out is with the buyers permission on the rare occasion the property did not appraise, I provide the appraisal along with the appraisal contingency.
Not without asking me.
The buyer sometimes gets the appraisal before the lender even sees it. neither would autmatically send it to seller or listing agent.
No but the lender I recommend always ask me if I want the listing agent to have a copy.
Wanda Kubat-Nerdin No,I think the lender slipped up on this one.