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So it's okay to talk to the appraiser about improvements and such? Our LO mentioned we could tell him/her what we expect it should come in around, since it has several improvements that the comp across the street does not have. I wasn't sure if this was really something that is done or not?
The only other appraisal we've had done was to remove PMI and we weren't concerned at that point that it wouldn't come in where we expected--property values were steadily rising!
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