and financial institutions.
hands-on analytics to deliver highly accurate and reliable valuation tools.
WHY JOIN THE STELLAR CLARIO TEAM?
At Clario, we’re inspired by a shared commitment to great work and great fun.
Why be a staff appraiser rather than an independent? Consider this:
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The decision for me was easy, simple math really. I started with the number of appraisals I can do in a month times the fee for each appraisal. I then subtracted all the expenses of running a business, divided that by the number of hours it takes to do all the work. The result is, working with Clario I now “net” as much and work fewer hours. Add to that insurance, paid vacation, 401k and it was a no-brainer. I’ve run an appraisal shop and I know my quality of life is better today than it was then.
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LATEST NEWS & UPDATES
Clario Appraisal Partners with DoD SkillBridge Program to Provide Career Opportunities for Service Members
Clario becomes the first and only appraisal firm to participate in the program paving the way for the industry RENO, Nev. — June 2, 2021 — Clario Appraisal Network, Inc., a full-service residential real estate appraisal firm and sister company of real estate valuation and analytics fintech leader Clear Capital, today announced a partnership with […]
Welcome to the second blog post in our three-part series, “Automated floor plans and digital GLA — the key to unlocking appraisal modernization.” Our first post examined the recognized limitations of the traditional hand-drawn floor plans and gross living area (GLA): Inconsistent application of GLA principles Limited visual fidelity of traditional floor plans Learning to […]
In our last blog post, we covered the four standout challenges servicers faced in 2020. With those challenges in mind, can we predict where the servicing industry is heading? While it’s impossible to answer that question without a bit of speculation, we believe three points can guide our thinking in the right direction: 1) the […]
We’re at an exciting inflection point in our industry, as new technologies and approaches to home appraisals are being tested and advanced with encouraging success, and as we have important conversations around appraisal accuracy and the potential of valuation bias. The recent release of the FHFA RFI requesting public comment on appraisal modernization (responses due […]
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No assumptions: How appraisers can obtain interior condition data for exterior-only or desktop appraisals
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