There's no way computers can assess a house interior, nor can it evaluate whether or not the neighborhood is thriving. I don't appraise, but I do do comps for homes and I look at each one to make sure it's close to the home I'm selling. A computer can't make that type of distinction. You can drop off of medicaid once you're healthy again, get back to work.Four surgeries and about 1 1/2 months in a hospital along with not being able to work for 9 months wiped me out financially. About $400k in medical bills. I had to resort to Medicaid to pay the bills but now can't net more than $16,750 per year.
That's for sure. I got my start with appraisers by converting offices from typewriters to pc's. Even back then people were saying Computer Valuation Models would replace appraisers. I don't see it happening anytime soon. There is almost always something atypical concerning the subject or a comparable sale. Condition, location, and views are just a few subjective variables CVM's have difficulties quantifying but can be critical to an accurate appraisal. Lenders understand this and is why they continue to hire appraisers.