Protect Your Appraisal Practice – Practice Professionally (Appraisal)
November 20 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm$10
While you as a professional appraiser cannot totally insulate your practice against someone filing an allegation of deficiency with a state appraiser regulatory agency, you can take steps to ensure that you have used due diligence and exercised care in developing and reporting credible appraisal assignments. Attendees of this course will receive information about the processing of regulatory complaints, investigations, hearings and decisions. Attendees will receive an outline of information to consider when answering appraiser agency complaints, and other information that might be instrumental in providing evidence of compliance with state law and USPAP. The course will also include the basic steps in the Appraisal Process, and present case examples for discussion that will focus on frequent issues that are the primary cause(s) of complaints being filed against appraisers, including the absolute need to exercise quality control review check of each appraisal assignment, hopefully reducing the risk of receiving sanctions that might impede, stop or embarrass an otherwise qualified and competent appraiser from continuing in the appraisal profession. Focus will key on the development and reporting of appraisal assignments, address the responsibility for complying with ethics, competency, the rules and standards rules of USPAP and compliance with state law.
Instructors: Larry Disney
Credit: 3 Appraisal CE
*All no shows/no cancels will be charged $20 fee*