Appraisal Institute’s Review Case Studies-General Course

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Appraisal Institute’s Review Case Studies-General Course

Valuation Management Group’s Vice President of Commercial Quality Control, Shannon Reyome, recently attended the Appraisal Institute’s Review Case Studies-General course in Atlanta, Georgia.

This class is required as a part of the Appraisal Institute’s AI-GRS designation program. The AI-GRS designation represents advanced appraisal review knowledge and stands for years of proven, real-life real estate appraisal review experience.  Appraisal Institute designations signify a commitment to strict professional ethics and standards.  According to the Appraisal Institute’s course description, Review Case Studies-General is designed to “practice applying the review process and preparing written review reports in three different case studies.  These case studies are designed to present the types of challenges reviewers face in various review assignments.  Included are an appraisal report involving an apartment property; an appraisal report involving a commercial subdivision; and a case of two appraisal reports and two review reports involving one property.”

Participation in Appraisal Institute courses and meetings is just one way Valuation Management Group stays abreast of changes and education within the appraisal industry. Our commercial review staff includes an Appraisal Institute designated MAI and Appraisal Institute Candidates and Affiliate Members.  We value the various forms of education that the Appraisal Institute courses provide, while at the same time allowing an opportunity to meet industry experts and share information, ideas and experiences.

Valuation Management Group is a national, full service appraisal management service company that manages the appraisal process for financial institutions, banks, mortgage bankers, and credit unions. We offer the full array of commercial and residential appraisal products and services. We take the appraisal process from ordinary to extraordinary.

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