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The East Coast Valuation Expo started and finished with a room full of appraisers and other industry professionals networking and growing their businesses. ValExpo started on Sunday, March 18th with a 7-hour USPAP course sponsored by the Appraisal Institute (AI) and instructed by Stephen Wagner. AI and Mr. Wagner played a significant role in assuring the course was informative and engaging.
Monday, March 19th, kicked off with Lenders Live. The 45-minute sessions allowed appraisers to meet face-to-face with Lenders [url=http://www.officialpenguinsshop.com/riley-sheahan-jersey-c-1_33.html]http://www.officialpenguinsshop.com/riley-sheahan-jersey-c-1_33.html
and discuss what they are looking for in appraisals.

Lenders represented were: Bank of America, Annie Mac, US Bank, Wells Fargo, Iberia Bank, SunTrust Bank, and Finance of America Commercial. We received an overwhelming response from the Lenders and attendees who enjoyed the open interaction and the chance to meet directly.

The Tradeshow Opening Reception allowed the attendees to meet and greet with each other and vendors over food and drink. Live demos from many of the vendors led for an exciting evening.

The CE courses began on Tuesday, March 20th with the Keynote Session. Steve Cannon from Constantine Cannon, LLP discussed his representation with the Louisiana Real Estate Appraiser Board in its litigation with the Federal Trade Commission. Jim Park with Appraisal Subcommittee touched based on current regulations and an update Patrick Kerney Authentic Jersey on AMC Rules. John Brenan of The Appraisal Foundation provided us with the answers to many core questions relating to USPAP and alternative valuations. Avery Bradley Authentic Jersey This session ended with Brendon Hulcombe of Herron Todd White who shared how the appraisal process has been modernized in “The Land Down Under”.

We proudly honored Charles Tapper Jersey the 2018 Valuation Visionary, Ernest W. Durbin, II, Chief Valuation Officer at Clarocity. The Valuation Visionary is presented by the Collateral Risk Network. It is someone who they feel continues to better the industry and those around them.

Tuesdays afternoon CE focused on Modernizing the Appraisal Process. Paul Chandler from Property Sciences tackled Appraiser Independence while Jeff Bradford from Bradford Technologies, discussed what technologies are available today to make appraisers better but not to replace them. Ernie Durbin discussed the future of the industry. Lee Trice with Valucentric shared a plan the Collateral Risk Network sponsored related to regulatory overhaul.

CE continued on Wednesday, March, 21st covering Appraisal Policy and Procedures. The panel featured experts from VA, TALCB and USDA for a closer look into the agencies. Thank you to John Bell III with VA, Doug Oldmixon from http://www.authenticvikingssales.com/pat-elflein-jersey-c-1_3.html Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board and Michael Schnetzler with USDA Rural Housing for their wonderful presentations. We featured a special guest, William Black from the University of Missouri Kansas City where he discussed fraud and what we should have learned from the last mortgage crisis.

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