The proposed residential appraisal threshold level of $400,000 would exempt a similar number of transactions and dollar volume of transactions as did the current threshold of $250,000 when it was set in 2001 thereby restoring the level of exempted transactions. 200 W. Madison T 312-335-4100 Suite 1500 F 312-335-4400 Chicago, IL 60606 www.appraisalinstitute.org. documents in the last year, 110 12 U.S.C. All federally related transactions having a transaction value of $1,000,000 or more shall require an appraisal prepared by a state certified appraiser. On the other hand, one commenter noted that buyers conduct their own visual inspections and professional home inspections are a typical part of most transactions. The CFPB, in its concurrence to the federal banking agencies' final residential real estate appraisal rule, acknowledged the potential benefit of appraisal contingency clauses in the context of the few appraisals that come in below the contract price, but did not find them to be a significant enough consumer protection to outweigh the benefit of raising the threshold. Discussion of Public Comments Received on the Proposed Rule, In November 2019, the Board invited comment on a notice of proposed rulemaking [1] These markup elements allow the user to see how the document follows the [35] From a supervisory standpoint, the NCUA can address deficiencies in a credit union's valuation process through informal or formal enforcement actions. The federal banking agencies and the NCUA have issued a public notice regarding the AVM rulemaking required by the Dodd Frank Act. The NCUA has authority to determine those real estate-related financial transactions that do not require the services of a state-certified or state-licensed appraiser and are therefore exempt from the Title XI appraisal requirements. § 390.447 – FDIC – Appraisal Policies and Practices of State Savings Associations and Subsidiaries In a Federally related transaction, an AMC may engage only … a. The federal banking agencies, the NCUA, the Federal Housing Finance Agency and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, in consultation with the Appraisal Subcommittee and the Appraisal Standards Board of the Appraisal Foundation, are required to promulgate regulations to enumerate quality control standards for automated valuation models. As required by SBREFA, the NCUA has submitted this final rule to the OMB for it to determine if the final rule is a “major rule” for purposes of SBREFA. Learn more here. Under the proposal, this information collection would no longer include references to section 208.51 of the Board’s Regulation H (12 CFR 208.51), which is cleared by the Board as part of the FR H-5 clearance (OMB No. Public Law 111-203, 124 Stat. 1766, 1789, and 3331 et seq. 12/22/2020, 296 The NCUA has reconsidered this decision based on comments received to date from FICUs and state credit union regulators, and in light of the recent action by the federal banking agencies to increase the residential real estate appraisal threshold for banks. The five comments received in opposition to the proposed rule came from appraisal companies, appraisal trade organizations, and one individual. The Board believes that consumer protection and safety and soundness concerns are addressed and supported by the rationale as put forth in the proposed rule and in this preamble to the final rule. Buzz: In what ways have you seen change between 2016 and today? 34. Based on 2018 Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) data, the new Start Printed Page 23912threshold would only incrementally exempt real estate-secured loans granted each year, worth approximately $14 billion, which equates to approximately 0.9 percent of FICU assets as of the December 31, 2019 Statement of Financial Condition (referred to as the Call Report). The same commenter suggested that written estimates of market value could be drafted in such a way as to be more helpful to borrowers. According to A White Paper on the Federal Banking Agencies’ Arbitrary and Capricious Efforts to Exempt the Vast Majority of Federal Real Estate Related Financial Transactions from Title XI of FIRREA’s Appraisal Reform, published by ASA and NAIFA in 2016, “The banking agencies… [take] the position … 33047-33048 (1987). documents in the last year, 10 [5] Not that there can’t be room for different approaches, but that under the current regulatory regime there’s little pushback or disincentive for promoting alternatives. 3339(3). The NCUA also will file appropriate reports with Congress and the Government Accountability Office so this rule may be reviewed. These interests include those stemming from the federal government's role as regulator and deposit insurer of financial institutions that engage in real estate lending and investment, guarantor or lender on mortgage loans, and as a direct party in real estate-related financial transactions. This table of contents is a navigational tool, processed from the Upon consideration, the Board has determined to keep the rule as proposed in order to be consistent with the NCUA's appraisal threshold for non-residential real estate transactions.[20]. Federal Register provide legal notice to the public and judicial notice The Board has thoroughly considered all comment letters, including those submitted by these two organizations. In terms of the valuation information that would be lost if more written estimates of market value were performed rather than appraisals, two commenters, one supportive of the rule and one opposed, noted that the physical inspection of a property is the primary benefit of an appraisal to consumers. Additionally, he worked as project manager during the ASA-National Association of Independent Fee Appraisers (NAIFA) merger, and developed a collaborative agreement with the Canadian National Association of Real Estate Appraisers (CNAREA). and "Clarification of the client in a federally related transaction," which describe real-life problems and how they would be governed under the Rules and Standards of USPAP. include documents scheduled for later issues, at the request This recordkeeping requirement is cleared under OMB control number 3133-0125. The NCUA has determined that this final rule will not affect family well-being within the meaning of Section 54 of the Treasury and General Government Appropriations Act of 1999. documents in the last year, 23 First, the $400,000 threshold would exempt a similar number of transactions and dollar volume of transactions as did the current threshold of $250,000 when it was set in 2001. One appraisal organization stated that the proposal would lead more consumers to lose out on the benefits of an appraisal that has been conducted in accordance with the USPAP. In contrast, one commenter opposed to the proposed rule stated that the average cost of an appraisal is $446 with an average turnaround time of 9 days, or 18 days if a lender orders an appraisal through an AMC. (current as of July 17, 2018) Each of the Federal financial institutions regulatory agencies have adopted regulations which include thirteen categories of real estate related financial transactions that do not require the services of an appraiser1. documents in the last year, 1479 Federal Register. The NCUA has determined that these categories of transactions do not require appraisals by state-certified or state-licensed appraisers in order to protect federal financial and public policy interests or to satisfy principles of safety and soundness. A few commenters supporting the proposed threshold increase specifically discussed the impact of the proposal on FICUs serving rural communities. Threshold Increase for Residential Real Estate Transactions 1. Interagency Appraisal and Evaluations Guidelines at 75 FR 77458 (Dec. 10, 2010). Safety and Soundness Considerations for Raising the Residential Real Estate Threshold 4. However, the Board estimates the proportional amount of relief in terms of time and cost savings to credit unions and borrowers would exceed the burden relief in urban areas. Title XI expressly authorizes the NCUA to establish dollar threshold levels at or below which Title XI appraisals are not required if: (1) The NCUA determines, in writing, that the threshold does not represent a threat to the safety and soundness of financial institutions; and (2) the NCUA receives concurrence from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) that such threshold level provides reasonable protection for consumers who purchase “1-4 unit single-family residences.” [18] The current regulation also provides that a FICU may presume that appraisals of 1-to-4 family residential properties are not complex unless the credit union has readily available information that a given appraisal will be complex. [38] Federally Related Transactions (FRTs) are a commonly misunderstood aspect of the appraisal regulatory system. [48] 12/22/2020, 202 has no substantive legal effect. 23. The information collection requirement of this part is that the FICU retain a record of either the appraisal or written estimate of market value, whichever applies. Especially when paired with the relief afforded by Senate Bill 2155, it marks a Pyrrhic victory at best. Furthermore, the Valuation Independence Rule, which implements the Dodd Frank Act independence provisions, requires a valuation to be based on the independent judgment of the person preparing the valuation. As long as AVMs are subject to quality controls, such as testing for accuracy and rigorous analysis of the algorithms that drive them, there are many advancements that computer-based applications can make. John: It’s not so much an interpretation problem as an intent problem. A related-party transaction is an arrangement between two parties that have a preexisting business relationship. The final rule is effective April 30, 2020. Borrowers may also file a complaint through the NCUA's complaint process as well as through the CFPB's process. Executive Order 13132 encourages independent regulatory agencies to consider the impact of their actions on state and local interests. 3350(6). As USPAP states, “the appraiser's inspection commonly is limited to those things readily observable without the use of special testing or equipment.” [36] Appraisals may be required for any type of property, including single-family homes, apartment buildings and condominiums, office buildings, shoppin… Document Drafting Handbook documents in the last year, 235 49. The way this will become something Congress has to deal with is when enough participants – appraisers, agents, and lenders – understand what these changes mean for risk, both to the market broadly and to them individually. [52] The President of the United States issues other types of documents, including but not limited to; memoranda, notices, determinations, letters, messages, and orders. appraisal standards for federally related transactions, and the level of required appraisal (licensed or the more stringent certified) for federally related transactions. corresponding official PDF file on govinfo.gov. Further, the Board estimated under the proposal, the percentage of transactions exempted from the appraisal requirement would Start Printed Page 23910be restored to the level it was following the last threshold increase in 2001. are not part of the published document itself. on FederalRegister.gov Assets as of December 2019 Call Report. The Board declines to hold a hearing on this rulemaking. With regard to the increasing use of AVMs in the valuation industry, the Board believes that technology and data present an opportunity to improve and expand upon current property valuation methods. A Rule by the National Credit Union Administration on 04/30/2020. 1503 & 1507. Definition of Residential Real Estate Transaction 2. As discussed in the proposal, and further detailed below in response to comments, increasing the residential real estate appraisal threshold will provide meaningful regulatory relief for FICUs while maintaining their safety and soundness and providing reasonable protection for consumers. The Public Inspection page Many commenters stated that the increased threshold would eliminate the competitive disadvantage that FICUs now face since the federal banking agencies raised the residential real estate transaction threshold for banks. the official SGML-based PDF version on govinfo.gov, those relying on it for The appraiser's physical inspection of a property can provide additional information on the features of the property to the buyer, however, the primary purpose of the appraisal is to value the collateral behind the loan. a. Redesignating paragraphs (c), (d), and (e) as (d), (e), and (f), respectively; c. In newly designated paragraph (e) removing the text “§ 722.2(f)” and adding in its place the text “§ 722.2”. “At or below” Standard. In proposing the increase in the appraisal threshold, the Board stated that while appraisals can provide protection to consumers by facilitating the informed use of credit and helping to ensure that the estimated value of the property supports the loan amount, written estimates of market value have also provided these benefits for FICUs and borrowers for transactions below the current $250,000 threshold. John also serves as ASA’s representative to the Appraisal Foundation Advisory Council (TAFAC) and was elected to represent TAFAC on the Board of Trustees of the Appraisal Foundation. Reducing Burden Associated With Appraisals B. Incorporation of the Rural Residential Appraisal Exemption Under Sectio… 1376, codified at 12 U.S.C. legal research should verify their results against an official edition of Similar reasons as listed Start Printed Page 23914above were cited for obtaining appraisals when not required. in terms of structure and content or the preparer's training and credentialing requirements, written estimates of market value provide sufficient consumer protections for transactions under $400,000.[50]. [31] In this Issue, Documents 43. § 5565(a)(2)(G), Defendants are banned from participation in the Mortgage Industry as follows: i Defendants are prohibited from contacting, soliciting, or otherwise dealing Where relevant, their comments have been discussed in this preamble to the final rule. There are no new information collection requirements associated with this final rule. Of the 27 comments received, 22 were in support of and five were in opposition to the proposed increase to the appraisal Start Printed Page 23911threshold for residential real estate transactions.[19]. The Commission of Real Estate Appraisers, Appraisal Management Companies and Home Inspectors licenses and regulates individuals who perform real estate appraisal services in connection with federally related transactions. For ease of reference, this final rule explicitly incorporates the existing statutory requirement that appraisals be subject to appropriate review for compliance with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). A reporting requirement is triggered in instances where the NCUA issues a final rule as defined by section 551 of the Administrative Procedure Act. The $250,000 residential threshold was set in 2002, but as inflation and residential real estate prices increased in the intervening years, the intended relief eroded. 15 U.S.C. The NCUA recognizes that it decided against proposing a residential appraisal threshold increase during the EGRPRA process due to safety and soundness and consumer protection concerns. documents in the last year, 641 [42] Threshold Level 3. 15 U.S.C. One commenter noted that many residential real estate contracts include appraisal contingency clauses, which would not be available to consumers without an appraisal. 12 CFR 701.31. John: I think this issue has legs because not many people, even within the regulatory community, understand why the definition is important – especially in light of the 1994 interagency regulations that to a large degree mooted the definition and, as a result, Congress’s intent when it originally passed Title XI of FIRREA. However, the Board also observes that Congress did not amend the NCUA's long-standing authority in Title XI to establish a threshold level at or below which a certified or licensed appraiser is not required to perform an appraisal in connection with federally related transactions. The NCUA used HMDA data to determine the number of transactions and dollar volume of transactions that would be affected relative to: (1) Total FICU originations reported in the HMDA data; and (2) transactions originated by NCUA-insured institutions that were not sold to a government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) or otherwise insured or guaranteed by a U.S. government agency (regulated transactions). 2directs each federal financial institutions regulatory agency. The rule was effective March 1, 2002. While every effort has been made to ensure that Moreover, although limited in scope, the higher priced mortgage loan rule (HPML rule), requires lenders for certain HPMLs secured by a consumer's principal dwelling to obtain an appraisal—and in some cases, two appraisals—that include an interior property visit, and provide free copies to the consumer. The Board estimated that the proposed rule would exempt from appraisal requirements approximately 46,000 residential real estate transactions, worth a combined $14 billion, equating to approximately 0.9 percent of FICU assets. During the supervisory review of a FICU's real estate lending activities, the NCUA's examiners assess the adequacy of risk management practices, including the independence of the collateral valuation function. The NCUA Board (Board) is amending the agency's regulation requiring appraisals for certain residential real-estate related transactions. The Board reiterates that FICUs have been utilizing written estimates of market value under the $250,000 threshold since 2001. Certified General Appraisers may appraise real property of any type or value, including appraisals for federally related transactions. The Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (PRA) applies to rulemakings in which an agency by rule creates a new paperwork burden on regulated entities or modifies an existing burden (44 U.S.C. 1, at 19 (1988); 133 Cong. Separately, an appraisal organization strongly suggested that the Board conduct hearings to solicit more views. For renewal transactions, what is the threshold limit for evaluations? establishing the XML-based Federal Register as an ACFR-sanctioned This rulemaking will not have a substantial direct effect on the states, on the connection between the national government and the states, or on the distribution of power and responsibilities among the various levels of government. The amendment to increase the residential appraisal threshold exempts additional transactions from the agency's appraisal requirement, which would have the effect of relieving restrictions, and the final rule incorporates the existing statutory requirement that appraisals be subject to appropriate review for compliance with USPAP for ease of reference and removes additional requirements relating to residential real estate transactions in rural areas. [21] The letter to the federal banking agencies included a request for a hearing to more fully explore these issues. I also worry about how, in FRT-only licensing states, this narrow view impacts both the necessity for and oversight of licensed and certified appraisers. They expressed concern that the proposal would reduce the safety and soundness of credit unions and would not provide adequate consumer protections. Comments beyond the scope of the rule. Rec. The Board asked commenters how often FICUs use internal staff to prepare written estimates of market value and what valuation information, if any, would be lost if more written estimates of market value were performed rather than appraisals. One commenter asked the Board to provide additional guidance for credit unions on what constitutes an adequate written estimate of market value. Finally, the NCUA's appraisal regulations require FICUs to obtain written estimates of market value for all real estate-related financial transactions that do not require a Title XI appraisal, unless the real estate-related financial transaction is explicitly exempt from written estimates of market value requirements.[24]. No comments were received regarding the proposed conforming amendment to the NCUA's appraisal regulations explicitly incorporating the Dodd Frank Act amendment to Title XI that appraisals be subject to appropriate review for compliance with USPAP. Summary of Proposed Rule C. Overview of Comments II. Hearing request. The Valuation Independence Rule applies to both appraisals and written estimates of market value. This commenter pointed out that there are other benefits reflected in an appraisal as a result of the appraiser acting in an ethical manner informed by the education, competency, qualifications and training that are required of USPAP compliant appraisers. [46] After taking into account the comments discussed above, the Board maintains that the threshold level of $400,000 for residential real estate transactions does not pose a threat to the safety and soundness of FICUs. [41] Register documents. Counts are subject to sampling, reprocessing and revision (up or down) throughout the day. The Board finds that, although all sources of publicly available valuation information might not always accurately reflect the market value of a particular property, consumers can use a variety of available information to learn more about the availability of and the potential range of values for properties in a particular area or market. In addition, based on DVA schedules and feedback from commenters, turnaround time and costs for appraisals is higher for rural areas than urban areas. The purpose of Title XI is to protect federal financial and public policy interests [13] John joined ASA in October 2009 and developed the organization’s internal government relations department, and works on legislative and regulatory issues affecting ASA’s members. Written estimates of market value must also be conducted by individuals qualified and experienced to perform such estimates for the type and amount of credit being considered. After carefully considering the comments and conducting further analysis, the Board is adopting the final rule as proposed, and is increasing the residential real estate appraisal threshold from $250,000 to $400,000. This final rule also adopts without change the proposed conforming amendment to the NCUA's appraisal regulations explicitly incorporating the Dodd Frank Act amendment to Title XI that appraisals be subject to appropriate review for compliance with USPAP,[11] Instead of an appraisal, and consistent with the requirement for other transactions that fall below applicable appraisal thresholds, the proposal would require FICUs to obtain written estimates of market value of the real estate collateral consistent with safe and sound practices. This document has been published in the Federal Register. documents in the last year, by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Could you elaborate further on their interpretation versus everyone else’s? In the event a borrower requires further information about the physical condition of a property, the borrower always retains the option of engaging a licensed property or building inspector. The Appraisal Subcommittee's (ASC) mission is to ensure that real estate appraisers, who perform appraisals in real estate transactions that could expose the United States government to financial loss, are sufficiently trained and tested to assure competency and independent judgment according to uniform high professional standards and ethics. 9. [22] 45. 12 CFR 722.3(b)(1) (requiring appraisals for non-residential transactions at or above $1,000,000, which thus exempts such transactions below $1,000,000). As an important prudential safeguard, written estimates of market value must be prepared by qualified, experienced, and independent individuals. To me, it has to capture the majority of transactions where taxpayer funds are exposed to risk, allowing for flexibility on truly low dollar loans and those where creditworthiness is so good that default risk is low. 12/22/2020, 41 The NCUA also recognizes that Congress recently amended Title XI to provide a narrow, self-effectuating appraisal exemption for rural transactions meeting certain requirements. Kenneth Acuña, Senior Credit Specialist, (703) 518-6613, Office of Examination and Insurance, Uduak Essien, Director—Credit Markets, (703) 518-6399, Office of Examination and Insurance. Appraisals and written estimates of market value requirements for real estate-related financial transactions. Three commenters, two from the perspective of communities with house prices significantly lower than the proposed increased threshold and one from the perspective of a community with sales prices that largely exceed it, suggested the Board should consider an approach that takes into account regional home price variations rather than adopt a single figure nationwide. Therefore, the NCUA cannot estimate how many small entities may be affected by the increased threshold and how significant the reduction in burden may be for such small entities. (d) Transactions requiring a State certified appraiser - (1) All transactions of $1,000,000 or more. in real estate-related transactions by requiring that real estate appraisals used in connection with Title XI appraisals be performed in accordance with uniform standards, by individuals whose competency has been demonstrated, and whose professional conduct will be subject to effective supervision. 1691 et seq., by the Dodd Frank Act section 1474. [23] For all these reasons, the Board concludes that past threshold increases did not adversely impact safety and soundness, and the current increase of the residential appraisal threshold to $400,000 does not represent a threat to the safety and soundness of FICUs.[26]. The NCUA used 2018 HMDA data to estimate the effect of the residential threshold increase. Buzz: Thank you for joining us. Federally Related Transactions. About the Federal Register The Board has also taken into consideration that $400,000 is a reasonable limit that is consistent with the general appreciation in home prices since the last threshold increase. (proposal or proposed rule) that would amend the NCUA's appraisal regulation promulgated pursuant to Title XI of the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989 (Title XI). In what ways have FRTs recently raised issues with policies and/or appraisers? Based on the above analysis and consideration of the comments, the Board determines it is appropriate to adopt the proposed increase in the threshold below which appraisals for residential real estate transactions are not required from $250,000 to $400,000. (2) The transaction is complex, involves a residential real estate transaction, and $400,000 or more of the transaction value is not insured or guaranteed by a United States government agency or United States government sponsored agency. 3. The Public Inspection page may also Both consumers and lenders may always order an appraisal in the event of a dispute arising out of a written estimate of market value. The OFR/GPO partnership is committed to presenting accurate and reliable documents in the last year, 951 FDIC regulations define the term as “any real estate-related financial transaction entered into on or after August 9,1990,that the Board or any regulated institution engages in,contracts for,or regulates.”FDIC regulations require an appraiser for any FRT except those under $250,000 and … The commenter requested further clarity on what is considered “readily available information.” The proposed rule did not make any changes to this presumption or to the definition of “complex.”. federally related transaction synonyms, federally related transaction pronunciation, federally related transaction translation, English dictionary definition of federally related transaction. 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