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FREE Webinar: Fannie Mae Q1 2021 Appraisal Update

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On Wednesday, March 24, 2021, McKissock Learning is hosting a FREE one-hour, non-credit Pro-Series webinar titled “Fannie Mae Q1 2021 Appraisal Update.” In this special interactive webinar, Fannie Mae’s Collateral Policy Team will share policy updates impacting appraisers, dispel some common myths pertaining to Selling Guide policies, and provide insights regarding appraisal quality as well as actions related to significant appraisal defects.

Join us for this FREE Pro-Series webinar on Wednesday, March 24, from 11:00 am–12:00 pm ET. Reserve your spot.

Meet the presenter

Michael McDonough has held the position of Credit Risk Analyst at Fannie Mae since May 2012, specifically focusing on Collateral Underwriter (CU), working on the initial development and testing phase, and has provided training and support for Fannie Mae’s lender partners since the rollout in January 2015. Previously, Michael worked as an appraisal review specialist for various financial institutions and worked for a national AMC, several employee relocation companies, and as a residential appraiser for 10 years. Michael holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Science from Western Maryland College and maintains a Certified Residential Appraiser license in the state of Maryland.

Here at McKissock Learning, we strive to help real estate appraisers stay in the loop on changes impacting the appraisal profession. Invest in your professional development with one-hour, non-credit webinars presented by experts. View Pro-Series webinars.

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