DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY FOR REAA MEMBERS
“Residential Appraising For Banks – What Chief Appraisers Want”
ALL-DAY / 7 HRS BREA CE CREDIT SEMINAR
WITH SPECIAL CHIEF APPRAISER LAST DAY 10-20% DISCOUNT (SEE LINK ABOVE)
* DISCOUNT GOOD UNTIL MIDNIGHT FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2015
* MORE ABOUT THE SCA - VISIT OUR WEBSITE: WWW.SOCIETYOFCHIEFAPPRAISERS.ORG
* ONLY FOR REAA MEMBERS CONTACTED BY VICKY KEELER
OAKLAND SEMINAR, NOV 21, 2015, 8 AM - 5 PM
v DON'T MISS THIS RARE CHANCE TO LEARN FACE-TO-FACE FROM & QUESTION, THE VERY PEOPLE WHOSE OPINIONS ON YOUR APPRAISAL REPORTS CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SUCCESS, AND FAILURE, AS A BANK FEE APPRAISER.
Many Northern California and Central California Appraisers asked if we could bring our So-Cal Chief Appraiser Taught Seminar held last April in Santa Ana to their region, and we have answered their call.
AT THE OAKLAND SEMINAR THIS SAT, NOV 21
OUR BANK CHIEF APPRAISER INSTRUCTORS:
§ Lead Instructor - Alex Gilbert - Major Bank Residential Chief Appraiser from Cal Bank & Trust
§ Co-Lead Instructor - Rob Melfe - Chief Residential Appraiser of Rabobank - USA
They have also assembled an amazing team of other co-instructors that reads like a "networkers dream of insider knowledge & personal connections", including:
1 The Director of BREA Appraiser Complaint Investigations Elizabeth Seaters, on how to stay out of trouble with the Calif BREA.
2 New software by Jeff Bradford in person to overcome Collateral Underwriter's maze of explainable adjustments.
3 Russ Salmon Senior Bank Reviewer from one of the biggest residential lenders will be participating with his reviewer experiences from Bank of the West.
4 Appraiser friendly AMC Chief Appraiser Tim Edwards of Pacific Appraisers explaining what his bank clients require.
5 Note: Russ Peterson from Luther Burbank can't make it as planned but we have asked him to send a residential reviewer in his stead to send him the attendee names.
As the current co-director the Society of Chief Appraisers, and a former national residential chief appraiser myself, I can personally assure you that this seminar can be a game changer for your professional practice. You will have what is for most, a once in a career opportunity to get the inside story about how to make your appraisals fly through the system, directly from the Chief Appraisers & reviewers of the very banks responsible for approving the quality of your reports (from accuracy, FNMA & regulator-wise, etc.) This is the chance to learn what you, as their fee appraiser, must know to be chosen repeatedly for future assignments. Every question you have ever wanted to know can be asked and answered.
We urge you to act now while there are still a handful of seats available.
The goal of the Society of Chief Appraisers is to improve the integrity and quality of the appraisal field in every aspect. One of which is through connecting the fee appraiser with the Bank Chief Appraiser in a direct-training/personal situation, in order to make all of our lives and careers as appraisers more fruitful and more satisfying. We also strive to teach more bank underwriters how to review residential appraisals effectively, which raises efficiency and quality, and in turn creates higher demand and revenue for fee appraisals.