What’s going on with Freddie Mac? Join us on Wednesday, March 29, 2023, to find out! McKissock Learning is hosting a FREE one-hour, non-credit Pro-Series webinar titled “Freddie Mac Update 1Q2023.” Freddie Mac representative, Scott Reuter, will discuss what is currently happening with their organization and what to look forward to in the rest of 2023.
Don’t miss this free Freddie Mac update on Wed., March 29th from 11am–12pm ET. Reserve your spot.
Meet the presenter
Scott Reuter is the Chief Appraiser and Director of Valuation for Single-Family Business at Freddie Mac. His team leads the ongoing development and refinement of property valuation risk management strategies, underwriting products, and establishing and maintaining a credible quality assurance process across multiple lines of business support. Mr. Reuter and his team also interact with both sellers/clients and stakeholders across the appraisal industry to reinforce Freddie Mac’s quality standards.
Scott is a State-Certified General Appraiser with over 30 years of experience in valuation, appraisal and collateral risk management. Prior to Freddie Mac, he held management positions with Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and GE. He is a recipient of GE’s America Award for outstanding contribution to the business and has recently been recognized as the CRN (Collateral Risk Network) 2021 Valuation Visionary.
About Pro-Series webinars
At McKissock Learning, we strive to help real estate appraisers like you stay in the loop on changes impacting the appraisal profession. Invest in your professional development with one-hour, non-credit webinars presented by experts. Topics include quarterly TAF updates, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac updates, and other relevant appraisal topics. View upcoming Pro-Series webinars.
Did you know? McKissock Appraisal Pro-Series Webinars are free when you purchase an Unlimited Learning Membership. Plus, members get exclusive access to webinar recordings and more. See all membership benefits.
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