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Conference Presentations

2020 Fall Conference - Virtual


ASC Updates by Jim Park
TAF Updates by Dave Bunton
Virtual Learning-How Appraisers are Learning in a Virtual World by Mark Ratterman
          Missed the presentation? Click here for the zoom recording. 
Complaints & Enforcement in a Pandemic-Restrictions on Appraisals, Market Response, & Consumer Issues by Troy Beaulieu 
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2019 Fall Conference - Washington, D.C

TAF Recap by Jacqueline Olson
AMCs –Behind the Scene: Functions, Operations, & Quality Control Recap by Jacqueline Olson
AMC Background Checks
Supervisory Appraiser Progress Monitoring
Modernization of Title XI
AMC Operations and Quality Control
Background Checks - Kristen Worman
Evaluations Recap by Greg Stephens

2018 Spring Conference - Seattle, WA


 

Learning Communities 

  • Conferences
  • Advisory Councils
  • Committees 

Other Learning Opportunities

  • Regulator Training Courses: These courses are designed to expand the participant’s appraiser regulatory knowledge necessary for administration of a state appraiser and appraisal management company regulatory program in compliance with Title XI of the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989 (Title XI of FIRREA), as amended by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 (Dodd Frank), and the Appraisal Subcommittee’s (ASC) Policy Statements.
  • Case Studies for Investigators Courses: AARO’s Case Studies for Investigators (CSI) series is designed to hone the skills and technical knowledge of the investigators and staff involved in the appraiser regulatory investigation process by providing real world examples that follow the sequential steps from the intake of a complaint/allegation or new license request through the final disposition or adjudication. Participation in the CSI series will expand the participant’s proficiency in investigative techniques and USPAP compliance, including document collection, investigative due diligence, interviews, investigation reports and Standard 3/4 review reports, hearings, testifying, and interactions with witnesses, respondents, complainants, Board members, and administrative staff. New case studies are provided each year to allow for a continued expansion of the investigative expertise of the participants, as well as their familiarity with the Appraisal Subcommittee’s Policy Statement 7.
Interested in joining the AARO community or have ideas for speakers or programs? Please contact Brandy March, Executive Committee Member by email at: brandy.march@aaro.net or by a phone call to Diana Piechocki, President at: (501) 683-3775.
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