Vol. 10 Nbr. 3, June 2005
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- The basic tenets of professionalism.
- Covering your (client) bases: getting to know the market niches.
- Appraiser to appraiser: developing and marketing products for the profession.
- Starting over in a new state: appraisers on the move dig deep for resources.
- "Who's your data?".
- Helping you meet the challenge of connecting with your clients.
- AI, MISMO unite to develop common data standards for valuation, mortgage industries.
- Al Board charts course for 2006 at Summer meeting.
- HUD holds first roundtables on RESPA.
- AI joins Open Standards Consortium to aid in setting international guidelines.
- Disciplinary actions.
- IRS refutes '10 to 15 percent' easement valuations.
- Economic indicators.
- National market indicators.
- Seattle Summer Conference offers education, networking opportunities.
- Supreme Court approves taking of private property for economic development.
- Sorting out ambiguities of new Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac forms.
- Atlanta area chapter holds yearly market trends conference.
- FIRREA: a study in compliance.
- Mold: what appraisers should know.
- Appraisal Institute Director of Screening provides members ethical advice, support.
- 25 quick tips for getting organized.
- Lum Library update: how to do a catalog search; The Y.T. and Louise Lee Lum Library is underwritten by the Appraisal Institute Education Trust.
- Public company filings yield surplus of free transaction data on the Internet.