All Residential, All Day: The Latest on Laws, Liability, Forms and Fraud
April 16, 2010
Do you know what is happening with appraiser issues in our region? Listen and ask questions as an all-star lineup converges at the Seattle Chapter's All Day--All Residential seminar! Seven great speakers will present on appraisal issues impacting our profession.
It’s a fast paced and changing marketplace. Learn about emerging trends from these professionals at the front line.
Jim Park – Executive Director of the Appraisal Subcommittee from Washington, DC will brief us on current regulation at the national level.
Stan Sidor – President of ACOW will discuss recent legislative issues affecting appraisers; he works to enact or quell Washington legislation for the benefit of all appraisers.
Hillary Sallee – Special Agent with the Seattle Field Office of the FBI will discuss fraud in the local mortgage industry.
Cheri Kelley Farivar - The Immediate Past Chair of the Real Estate Appraiser Commission will discuss REAC functions, licensing enforcement in Washington State and possible effects of The Appraisal Foundation's new Consistent Enforcement matrix.
Peter Christensen – General Counsel for Liability Insurance Administrators (LIA) from Southern California will discuss E&O issues, including fraud, and how appraisers can protect themselves.
David Huey – Assistant Attorney General in Washington State's Attorney's General office will discuss enforcement against mortgage fraud and ridding the system of “bad actors”. He will update us on their efforts and emerging trends.
Bill King – Director of Valuation Initiatives, Veros Corporation, will address the new data standard required for all Fannie Mae appraisals beginning in July 2010. You will need to comply with these new standards if you work in the secondary mortgage arena. Veros has been awarded the FNMA contract to develop this new standard.
The complete flyer is here: http://www.ai-seattle.org/education_classes/Education-20100416.html