The only bad thing about this is what if you disagree with the appraiser’s opinion. It is not set in stone, and you have every right to give your opinion on top of the appraiser’s opinion. You can order an appraisal review. During this assessment, if the reviewer points out problems with which the appraiser does not agree, they can provide a written argument to say why they believe they’re correct.
Reports need to be appropriate and understandable for the client’s desired use. For appraisals to be credible, they must be backed by relevant evidence and logic. A common weakness in appraisal reports is when they are not offered in a clear and logical way and have insufficiently supported conclusions. Some of the most common ways appraisal reports miss their targets include: missing pieces of work, no good evidence and insufficient data, improper use of approach value, incomplete certifications, bad grammar, math, and reasoning.