The Federal Housing Finance Agency released voluminous plans last week developed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to make the housing market more equitable, in part through changes to the appraisal process.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s equitable housing finance plans further expand non-traditional property appraisals, which sometimes rely on property tax information, data collected by third parties, or algorithms to assess a property’s value. Both GSEs argue that these approaches advance equity.
“Using automated tools to establish home values helps remove human bias, although it limits the collection and evaluation of a property’s current condition,” wrote Freddie details ⇒
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