Welcome to VaCAP VaCAP works to promote the appraisal profession and its image to elected and appointed public officials in the Commonwealth of Virginia, the users of appraisal services, and the general public. VaCAP initiates discussion and analysis of issues affecting professional appraisers and monitors the actions of State governmental bodies with the intent to… Read More »
Last week we shared with you Maxine Waters and Sherrod Brown sent an inquiry to the Appraisal Subcommittee inquiring on the parameters used to determine the North Dakota Appraiser Waiver approval. We encouraged each of you to take advantage of the attention on our profession and contact your representatives.. VaCAP has sent letters to both… Read More »
We are sure you have heard the old saying what goes around comes around, right. Well, here we are again; The FTC vs Louisiana Real Estate Appraisal Board case has been brought back into the spot-light. As you may recall, the LREAB filed a civil case against the FTC in attempt to stop the case… Read More »
Late Friday afternoon, VaCAP learned the Financial Services Committee Chairwomen. Maxine Waters and Senator Sherrod Brown, Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Banking Housing and Urban Affairs, sent a letter to the Appraisal Subcommittee Chairman Arthur Lindo inquiring around the circumstances of the North Dakota Appraisal Waiver that was granted a few months back.… Read More »
Working RE Magazine is conducting a survey on bifurcated appraisals. VaCAP encourages each of you to complete the survey and express your opinion. The survey is 11 questions and will only take a few minutes to complete. Take the survey here. Click Here to Start the Survey.
Congresswomen Maxine Waters and Senator Sherrod Brown are questioning the Appraisal Waiver granted to North Dakota. See the Press Release below and the entire letter sent here. For Immediate Release September 27, 2019 Waters and Brown Call on Appraisal Subcommittee to Provide Answers on Unprecedented Appraisal Waiver WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA), Chairwoman… Read More »
VaCAP has come a very long way over the past few years and we are now viewed as a nationally recognized leader of our profession. Our leaders have had phone conversations with international investors who have read our articles warning of now defunct Clarocity Corporations’ financial problems. It is truly mind blowing that VaCAP has… Read More »
According to a CNN Business article this morning, The New York Federal Reserve spent $53 billion to rescue the overnight lending market. This happened once before… in 2008. “It’s unprecedented, at least in the post-crisis era,” said Mark Cabana, rates strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. On Tuesday morning the New York Federal Reserve… Read More »
Got a low credit score and can’t get a loan? Don’t fret over it, just subscribe to a magazine. Sounds absurd doesn’t it? According an article on MSN, banks are using other means to determine your credit worthiness. We all understand alternative credit, such as phone and power bills, but companies are now considering consumer… Read More »
VaCAP is sadden to hear the passing of fellow appraiser, John Chinn on September 9th. He was a friend to many. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. Read about John’s life here.