Nationwide Appraisal & Settlement Network introduces PanelPlus™

by 20 Feb 2012
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(Oldsmar, FL) Nationwide Appraisal & Settlement Network approves thousands of appraisers per year.  The approval and registration process is managed by their team of vendor relations professionals. In addition to utilizing NASN’s approved appraisers throughout the country, they also offer their clients the opportunity to work with their approved vendors in a compliant manner through the PanelPlus service™.  This service allows the client to maintain their existing relationships by letting NASN take over approving, managing and maintaining their preferred vendor profiles in a compliant manner.


The PanelPlus™ service can work in two different ways.  Clients can choose from either a customized version of this service or select the standard service. The customized options allow the client to create their appraiser panels in a compliant manner by having NASN manage the panel with respect to Appraiser Independence guidelines. In cases where the client prefers to customize this feature, Nationwide Appraisal & Settlement Network will register and approve appraisers for addition to the panel, manage and track performance, and report back to the client, quarterly, with results.  Performance management and tracking is provided so clients are able to maintain standards and reach new goals with regards to quality and efficiency.


Should a less hands on approach be desired, NASN’s established network of professional appraisers will be utilized. This is the PanelPlus™ standard option.  Nationwide Appraisal & Settlement Network’s team of account managers work day in and day out with the appraisers building a solid rapport and maintaining a successful working relationship with each of them. They coach their appraisers on performance, communication and quality by staying in tune with their files and their client’s individual needs.


  • by Christo | 8/21/2012 2:31:04 PM

    Difficult question. What to do next?


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