Coronavirus and Appraisers: Three things every appraiser needs to know

on April 27, 2020

Under GSE temporary COVID-19 guidelines, you can avoid doing interior inspections and use homeowner-provided information On March 23, GSEs put out temporary guidance on appraisal requirements and completion reports, including allowing exterior-only and desktop appraisals. It also allowed flexibility in obtaining information about the property — letting appraisers rely on homeowner-provided information. The modifications, along with […]

Where does Titan fit in your workflow?

on April 24, 2020

Over the last few years, we’ve released four new Titan products and asked (repeatedly) for your feedback. Well, mission accomplished! We’ve received thousands of survey responses and questions, alike. Now, we’d like to alleviate confusion and give transparency to some of the top replies. Read on for top questions (and answers), clarification on available uses, […]

Update: InterFlood now uses Google Maps

on April 22, 2020

On Wednesday, April 22, our flood map provider, InterFlood, will begin using Google for flood maps. While this update is an improvement, you may notice subtle differences from the previously used Bing maps. We don’t expect it to affect your workflow, but wanted you to be aware. In some cases, you may notice more labeling of businesses and public places, as well as higher-resolution maps, specifically in […]

COVID Flexibilities: What you need to know

on April 10, 2020

What do the recent announcements made by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, and VA really mean for appraisers? We want to help you better understand these temporary changes, what you need to do, and the tools available to help you navigate the new appraisal types.  Here’s what’s changed Please read the announcements linked above, and make your own determination, but we hope […]

There’s never been a better time to upgrade your PC

on January 17, 2020

Technology is always changing. With that fast march, it feels like PCs wear out in no time, with most sources suggesting you replace laptop computers every three years and desktop computers every five. The inside of your machine is complex, with hundreds of individual parts, all of which wear out with use. Your a la […]

What’s up with Titan? We surveyed thousands to see what’s next.

on October 31, 2019

When we released Titan Reports, we made it known that there would be a standard version and a professional version. (You can view the feature chart here.)   There are a few things remaining before we can move on to Titan Reports Professional, but we’re almost there. It’s important that we get it right the first time by […]