I kicked a hornet’s nest earlier in the week. I knew that it was not only possible but very likely that someone (maybe even a few people) would have a serious issue with my posting the Appraisal Foundation (TAF) tax paperwork showing their president’s salary, David Bunton, from 2017. I do not begrudge anyone makingContinue reading “Clarification on TAF President Compensation”
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Why should a seller get a home appraisal prior to settling on a listing price?
Written by Woody Fincham, SRA, AI-RRS, RAA, RAC This blog originally was written for and posted over at https://www.consumerhomevalue.com/ . Gynell Vestal authors and posts lots of great items over on her site. Many real estate appraisers provide pre-listing appraisal reports for sellers. Having an appraisal done is an investment that can help save you from overpricingContinue reading “Why should a seller get a home appraisal prior to settling on a listing price?”
Pat Turner, the Man with a Plan Valuer’s Dozen
by Woody Fincham, SRA, AI-RRS, RAA Member of RAC I have known Pat Turner for many years. My first introduction to him was from attending a Virginia State Board meeting. I had attended to give public commentary about the problems I saw with regulatory oversight in the commonwealth. Pat and I struck up aContinue reading “Pat Turner, the Man with a Plan Valuer’s Dozen”
Is Smartexchange resulting in USPAP Non-Compliance?
Written by Woody Fincham, SRA, AI-RRS, RAA This blog is likely going to stir up controversy. It is likely going to have a few folks calling me a loyalist to a la mode, or other similar things. Am I a loyalist? I do not see myself as such, but a la mode has been the onlyContinue reading “Is Smartexchange resulting in USPAP Non-Compliance?”