Banking Agencies Issue Final Appraisal and Evaluation Guidelines

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On December 2, the federal financial regulatory agencies issued final supervisory guidance on sound practices by financial institutions for real estate appraisals and evaluations. The Interagency Appraisal and Evaluation Guidelines, which replace 1994 guidelines, explain the agencies’ minimum regulatory standards for appraisals. The guidelines incorporate the agencies’ recent supervisory issuances on appraisal practices, address advancements in information technology used in collateral valuation practices, and clarify standards for the industry’s appropriate use of analytical methods and technological tools in developing evaluations. The agencies recommend that financial institutions review their appraisal and evaluation programs to ensure they are consistent with the guidance, which discourages institutions from using automated valuation models in transactions requiring an appraisal.

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