Certified General Appraiser

Certified General Appraiser

An appraiser qualified to appraise any type of property,under rules adopted by the Appraisal Foundation (www.appraisalfoundation.org).

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A state certified general appraiser, Raymond Meligan, had been in the private appraisal business for almost twenty years.
If you will not be ready to complete the Certified General Appraiser classification until after December 31, 2007, and do not want to wait until the new courses are released, you may take courses in the following package:
He is also a Certified General Appraiser in New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.
John Lifflander, ASA, is a Certified General Appraiser who owns Covenant Consultants, Inc.
A maximum increase of 120 additional education hours (on top of the existing 80 hours) were added to help professionals reach the highest Certified General Appraiser level, bringing the new total up to 300 total required hours of education.
Eric is a member of the Appraisal Institute (MAI), the Royal Institute of the Chartered Surveyors (RICS), and is licensed as a Certified General Appraiser in multiple states.
Reviewed by Sue Hoell, Certified General Appraiser, Helena, Montana)
Agnese is a certified general appraiser in the State of New York and State of Connecticut.
Paulus, a graduate of Arizona State University's accounting program, is MAI designated through the Appraisal Institute, and an Arizona State Certified General Appraiser.
Those interested in applying for assignment must be a state certified general appraiser in good standing; have experience in appraising agricultural properties with and without conservation easements; have taken appraisal education courses in eminent domain or conservation easements and in Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land Acquisitions ("Yellow Book"); and have completed a minimum of 40 hours classroom training on conducting technical appraisal reviews.
Cross is an Appraisal Institute Candidate for Designation and Candidate for Review Designation and a certified general appraiser.
Again, in my view, because of concerns from lending clients and from regulators that there would not be enough appraisers, under FIRREA the education qualifications for state licensed and certified appraisers were established-back in 1991--at relatively low levels: 120 hours to be a state certified residential appraiser and 180 hours for a state certified general appraiser.
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