I am starting a new series for Valuation Nation, called The Valuer’s Dozen. It is a spotlight piece on individual appraisers that are of note to the profession. I am excited that our very first spotlight will be an appraiser out the Atlanta, Georgia MSA. Mark Skapinetz. Mark has become quite the celebrity within theContinue reading “Valuer’s Dozen, The Skapinetz”
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Bracketing Unadjusted Sales Price, What’s the Deal?
June 20, 2018 Bracketing Unadjusted Sales Price, What’s the Deal? I see posts every day on social media about bracketing. It seems that many AMC reviewers and lenders have grabbed hold of bracketing to prove adjustments as the most important thing to do. The posts are normally scathing and just short of wanting to tarContinue reading “Bracketing Unadjusted Sales Price, What’s the Deal?”
A Valuer’s Personal Journey Entry 1
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).Continue reading “A Valuer’s Personal Journey Entry 1”
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 andContinue reading “Valuation Nation”