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Field Review Appraisal Form 2000

The one-unit residential field review report, also known as Form 2000, is a quality control measure that provides lenders and clients with an analysis of the accuracy of the appraisal report under review. Field review appraisals can be used for one-unit residential dwellings such as detached and attached single-family homes, manufactured homes, condominiums and co-ops. Using the original report, their own visual inspection of the property, a neighborhood assessment and other relevant data, the review appraiser will be able to deliver a completed field review appraisal report.

The basic elements of a field review report include:

  • Exterior inspection of the subject property and comparable properties.
  • Front and street scene photographs of the subject property.
  • Photographs of each comparable property.
  • A map locating the property in question, comparables in the appraisal under review and any comparables introduced by the reviewer.
  • Appropriate certifications and limiting conditions that are Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) compliant.


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Pro Teck prides itself on providing a wide variety of appraisal solutions, including field review appraisals for one-unit residential buildings (Form 2000). With Pro Teck, you will get next-level support by:

  • Using Intelligent Quality Control, our pro-active quality control process leads to more one-touch appraisals.
  • Utilizing a single point of contact – no more being transferred from person to person.

Pro Teck offers appraisal update solutions as part of its suite of residential appraisal products. To learn more about Pro Teck’s appraisal management services, contact us today.

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