Homeowners associations should carefully consider all available methods for maintaining value in golf course communities, according to an article from the Spring 2020 issue of The Appraisal Journal.[Read more…]
Appraisers come to the valuation profession for a whole host of reasons. In the Appraisal Institute’s latest video, Michael Tankersley, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, AI-RRS; Bonnie Roerig, MAI, AI-GRS; and Robert Elliott, Jr. MAI, SRA, share the perks of their jobs.
Tankersley cited the ability to solve complex assignments, to choose his own clients and the ability to control his schedule. Roerig enjoys the variety of assignments she is able to complete and the ability to coordinate with other appraisers to share best practices. Elliott stated that the valuation profession is perfect for natural problem solvers and gives him the ability to work on his own schedule and spend time with his family.
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Appraisers involved in the valuation of easement-encumbered properties have a new resource at their fingertips with the release of the Appraisal Institute’s latest book.[Read more…]
The Appraisal Institute’s designations help set valuation professionals apart from the competition, according to the latest video from the Appraisal Institute. In the video, Designated Members Ron DeVries, MAI, SRA, Jean Moss, MAI, and Benjamin Sellers, MAI, share their advice for someone who might be considering pursuing a designation.[Read more…]
The Appraisal Institute and its professionals were mentioned in more than 1,500 news stories in the last six months of 2019, with an audience of nearly 2 billion. The Appraisal Institute’s latest video outlines that coverage.[Read more…]
2020 Appraisal Institute President Jefferson L. Sherman, MAI, AI-GRS, outlines the organization’s priorities for the year in AI’s latest video.
As the global valuation profession’s thought leader, the Appraisal Institute continues to advocate on behalf of appraisers who are facing some of the most pressing issues in the valuation profession today.
This year, the Appraisal Institute will focus on the following priorities:
- continuing to be highly effective in advocacy on behalf of all appraisers;
- seeking to increase diversity and inclusion in the organization and throughout the valuation profession; and
- expanding the Appraisal Institute’s world-renowned body of knowledge.
Watch the video to learn more about what’s in store for the Appraisal Institute in the coming year.
The Appraisal Institute will host its Annual Conference Aug. 3-5, 2020, in Orlando, Florida. This event promises to be a fantastic opportunity for valuation professionals to learn, network and have fun. Watch the Appraisal Institute’s latest video to learn more about the valuation profession’s biggest event of the year.[Read more…]
The Appraisal Institute is looking to expand the role of women in the real estate valuation profession, and created an important new committee to lead that effort. That’s the topic of the On Point column in Valuation magazine’s third quarter 2019 issue.[Read more…]
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Learn more about today’s events, including locations and other information, on the app by downloading the EventMobi app and entering the code AIConf19. [Read more…]
As the Appraisal Institute continues to serve as the global valuation profession’s thought leader, the organization remains at the forefront of the most pressing issues facing appraisers today. [Read more…]