Appraisal Management & Loan Data Delivery Solution

Appraisal Management & Loan Data Delivery Solution

Seamless Electronic Appraisal Delivery

Veros is the official technology provider for the Uniform Collateral Data Portal ® (UCDP®). Led by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac under the direction of the FHFA, UCDP is the first industry-wide initiative to facilitate the transmission of standardized appraisal data in order to improve data quality and reduce repurchase risk. Complemented by the Uniform Appraisal Dataset (UAD) initiative, these programs dramatically improve the industry’s ability to communicate in a consistent language and to review valuation risk much earlier in the loan life cycle.

PATHWAY provides you with a seamless submission solution to Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and FHA’s appraisal delivery portals  — all with minimal integration effort required.  PATHWAY is an ideal solution for volumes too large for manual upload to UCDP or EAD’s web interfaces.

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Buy now or later? A prospective homebuyers’ dilemma

The real estate market is rebalancing as supply and demand are adjusting to the higher mortgage rate environment. An increasing number of prospective homebuyers have found that their dream homes have been pulled out of reach as mortgage rates climb…

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Veros Economists find no evidence of racial bias in its AVM

One of the mortgage industry’s biggest challenges is identifying and preventing potential racial bias in the home valuation process. This report analyzes home valuation data in minority communities in the following cities:  Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia

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A look at the housing market cool-off beyond existing supply and demand

The housing market cool-off started as mortgage rates started to climb at the beginning of 2022. The 30-year fixed mortgage rate is now close to 7%, a level last seen in the early 2000s. Affordability constraints cooled down demand significantly, ending the housing market frenzy seen in 2020-21.

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