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National PSI Broker Exam prep| Answered 100% Correctly| Latest 2024

National PSI Broker Exam prep| Answered 100% Correctly| Latest 2024

National PSI Broker Exam prep| Answered 100% Correctly| Latest 2024
National PSI Broker Exam prep| Answered
100% Correctly| Latest 2024
A broker is completing a CMA to determine the potential listing price of a seller's
home. Which of the following is NOT part of the final CMA given to the seller?
A)
Highest and best use evaluation
B)
Comparable sales analysis
C)
Adjustments to past sales
D)
Pictures of comparables
A)
The answer is highest and best use evaluation. An appraiser does a highest and best
use evaluation, which does not appear in a CMA.
Houses in the local area have had an increase in sales price and a decrease in days
on the market. A broker who is attempting to determine the current market value
for a residential listing would get the BEST estimate of value by using
A)
a GRM as the primary consideration to determine value.
B)
the cost approach with reproduction estimates.
C)
comparables that are no more than six months old.
D)
comparables that are no more than 12 months old.
C)
The answer is comparables that are no more than six months old. In a changing
market, the more recent the comparables, the more likely they are to reflect upward
or downward price changes.
Rental rates have increased by 2% in the last six months. Which appraisal principle
BEST explains this rate increase?
A)
Principle of substitution
B)
Principle of supply and demand
C)
Principle of contribution
D)
Principle of highest and best use
B)
The answer is principle of supply and demand. The principle of supply and
demand states that as fewer properties become available for rent or sale, the price
owners can charge will increase.
The current monthly GRM in a neighborhood is 200, and the annual income is
$24,000. What is the estimated value of a property in this neighborhood?
A)
$200,000
B)
$240,000
C)
$400,000
D)
$4,800,000
C)
The answer is $400,000. Monthly GRM × monthly income = value. 200 × 2,000
($24,000 ÷ 12) = $400,000.
The subject property has two baths and one fireplace. The property across the
street sold for $181,000 and has two baths and two fireplaces. The property behind
the subject sold for $175,000 and has two baths and no fireplace. In the area, baths
are worth $5,000 and fireplaces are worth $3,000. What is the subject property
worth?
A)
$175,000
B)
$177,000
C)
$178,000
D)
$180,000
The answer is $178,000
Subject Property Comp 1 $181,000 Comp 2 $175,000
2 baths 2 baths no adjustment 2 baths no adjustment
1 fireplace 2 fireplaces - $3,000 No fireplace + $3,000
Adjusted price $178,000 Adjusted price $178,000
According to federal government lending regulations, a buyer purchasing a home
must have an appraisal for all the following types of financing EXCEPT
A)
FHA.
B)
VA.
C)
loan sold to FNMA.
D)
seller carry.
D)
The answer is seller carry. All government loans and any sold on the secondary
market require an appraisal. A seller-carry loan, or seller financing, may or may
not require an appraisal.
A buyer chooses a loan with an LTV ratio of 90%, which requires the purchase of
PMI, instead of a loan with an 80% LTV, which would not require the insurance.
The buyer MOST likely made this choice because
A)
if the buyer defaults, PMI will protect the buyer by paying off the full loan.
B)
the buyer will make a larger down payment but have smaller monthly payments,
including PMI.
C)
paying PMI will mean that all mortgage payments and homeowners association
fees are deferred in case of default.
D)
the buyer wants a smaller down payment, even though the buyer will have to pay
PMI.
D)
The answer is the buyer wants a smaller down payment, even though the buyer will
have to pay PMI. Buyers are willing to pay PMI (private mortgage insurance) in
order to bring a smaller down payment to closing, which will mean a higher
monthly payment. PMI protects lenders in case of default.
A buyer is getting a new mortgage with a 95% loan-to-value ratio. The final loan
amount the lender will lend the buyer is determined by the

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