Tag Archives: Education

Appraisal Organizations Step Up

Over the past week or so, Presidential Candidate Joe Biden publicly called for more regulation and oversight over appraisers to combat racial bias.  He specifically cited the Brookings Institute Study ” The Devaluation of Assets in Black Neighborhoods, The Case of Residential Property”  If you are unfamiliar with this study, in a nutshell, the findings… Read More »

Hybrids and the State Appraisal Board

Some are for and some are opposed. It is a business decision on which types of assignments you choose to accept.  If you choose to complete a hybrid or bifurcated appraisal, you need to pay attention and ask yourself a few questions.  Is the fee I am receiving for completing this assignment reasonable for the … Read More »

USPAP Class Registration Extended

VaCAP has extended the registration for our USPAP Classes in February until 6:00 PM Sunday January 26th Lunch is provided by VaCAP in Virginia Beach  and First Bank is providing lunch in Abingdon We can not guarantee you seat if you miss the deadline, so register now.  This is an AQB approved required course taught… Read More »

Breaking News: Warning to Appraisers

Your Personal Information is Being Sent to Multiple Unknown Companies by Amrock! VaCAP has learned this morning Amrock, a nationwide appraisal management company, has sent the personal and financial information of their appraisal panel to a third party to issue 1099’s. Sadly, this company in turn has sent your personal and financial information to another… Read More »

What Are We?

2019 is winding down with just a few days remaining.  As we reflect on the past, the changes we have seen and the growth we have endured, our hearts are warmed with the accomplishments we have obtained. Appraisers are no longer sitting back and letting others dictate our future. Have we won every battle, no;… Read More »