Falling Short: Appraisals Not Meeting Homeowner Expectations

June 13, 2017 Staff Writer

On Tuesday the May Quicken Loans National Home Price Perception Index and National Home Value Index was released, showing that while home prices continue to rise, they are not rising as fast as homeowners expect. There are, however, cities, such as Denver, Dallas, and Seattle, where appraisals are higher than what homeowners expect. Philadelphia, Baltimore and Chicago had the largest disparity between appraisals and homeowner expectations.

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