Help on where to file an appraisal complaint

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Determine the type of complaint

Determine if your complaint involves appraisal independence or USPAP compliance.

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Get an instant referral online, or contact us

We will ask you a series of questions about your complaint. You will receive a list of 1-3 State and federal agencies that may have jurisdiction over the complaint.

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Contact the regulatory agencies in your referral

ASC does not initiate complaints on your behalf. To begin the complaint process, contact the agencies in your referral.

What the Hotline does

The Hotline refers complaints about appraisal independence and USPAP compliance.

Appraisal Independence

Includes failing to pay an appraiser customary and reasonable fees, improper influencing or attempted improper influencing of appraisers or the appraisal process.

USPAP Compliance

Includes making false or misleading statements in an appraisal, performing an assignment in a frost negligent manner, and violating appraiser-client confidentiality.

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The Hotline does not

  • File a complaint on your behalf
  • Act as an advocate
  • Determine whether a complaint has merit
  • Assist in appealing the outcome of an investigation of an agency to which you are referred
  • Intervene in any way with the complaint process of a regulatory agency concerning your complaint, the investigation, or the final outcome

The Appraisal Complaint National Hotline does not offer referrals for suspected fraud and certain kinds of complaints. However, resources are available.

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