Liability Headaches Real estate practice, both valuation and brokerage, are professions that are open season for law suits. Let’s face it, consumers can be very litigious in many situations. Reducing liability is something we should all try to do in our professional work. But outside of decreasing liability, what agents do, as well as appraisers, […]
Originally posted at : http://appraisersblogs.com/experienced-n-new-appraiserfest-review Experienced and New: A Review of Appraiserfest 2018 By Tom Horn, SRA and Woody Fincham, SRA, AI-RRS, RAA Member of RAC A Newbie Conference Attendee’s Take on Appraiserfest 2018 Tom Horn, SRA I just got back from the first ever Appraiserfest conference, held in San Antonio, Texas, and while it is fresh […]
I have seen several folks on social media asking what it takes to pick up stakes and move to a new market. I am surprised at the advice and lack of GSE and FHA/USDA understanding out there regarding such a thing. While Fannie Mae, Freddie MAC, FHA and USDA do not prohibit an appraiser […]
July 6, 2018 Sandra K. Adomatis, SRA, LEED Green Associate, NAR GREEN Designee has been a meaningful member of the valuation profession for many years. I first met Sandy when I was taking the last class and demonstration alternative for my SRA designation. Sandy was the facilitator for that week. I was immediately impressed […]
An Instructor’s Log: I learn from You June 20, 2018 At this juncture of my career, I am going on my 18th year of practice. I have held my SRA designation with the Appraisal Institute since 2011.I also hold my AI-RRS designation as well, and I am a member of RAC (Relocation Appraisers and Consultants). […]
This is the first entry to my new blog, Valuation Nation. My hopes with this blog is to update stakeholders in the real estate valuation sector. While I will cover almost anything valuation oriented, the impetus will be residential issues. I am hopeful to attract other bloggers to guest blog occasionally, to cover relevant and […]
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