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This Friday! Volunteer at Crisis Assistance Ministry

Join NCAI’s Metrolina Branch Chapter this Friday for a volunteer event with Crisis Assistance Ministry. Help give back to the Charlotte community by volunteering to help sort clothes and donated household items for families in need. Volunteers need to be age 11 and over. This event will require standing. Please wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes and dress appropriately for a warehouse environment.  

Send RSVPs to Ashley Cooper, MAI, MSRE, CPM.

Meet the Member: Hector Ingram

  • Where do you live and who do you work for?
    Wilmington, NC – Ingram & Company, Inc.
  • How long have you been appraising?
    30 years
  • Who was your supervisor as a Trainee and how did you meet them?
    John Hooton, MAI – I walked into his office and asked for a job.
  • What is the most unique property you’ve appraised?
    Bald Head Island Ferry Terminal
  • What is a fact about you, outside of work-life, that people would be surprised to know?
    I like to rebuild classic cars.

2022 Slate of Officers Elected

Elected 2022 Officers,
Directors & Regional Representatives

The below slate was presented by the North Carolina Chapter’s 2021 Nominating Committee comprised of Chris Johnson MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, ASA (Chair); Laura Gourlay; Carol Fortenberry, MAI; Rusty King, MAI; and Roger Webb, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS. 
 
It was approved by members at the end of June via an online election form.
 
Thank you and we look forward to a great 2022! 

 

2022 Slate of Officers

Officers


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Meet the Member: Brian Crowder

  • Where do you live and who do you work for?

High Point, North Carolina and I work for Hylton Crowder & Associates

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Recap: Q2 Chapter Business Meeting

On Thursday, June 10th, 40+ members gathered virtually to celebrate our newly designated member, Cindy M. Pickup, MAI, AI-GRS, who earned her MAI and AI-GRS designations, vote to dissolve the International Relations Committee, and hear committee updates about what the Chapter has done so far this year and what lies ahead for the summer and fall!

 

Welcome New NCAI Members

We’d like to welcome our newest members who joined in Spring 2021!

  • Kyle Leon Bynes
  • Andrew Cypcar
  • Candy Getz
  • C. Megan Gregory
  • Allen Peyson Hunt, III
  • Lori Mitchell
  • Alexis Nelson
  • Cindy M. Pickup, MAI, AI-GRS
  • Jessica P. Rouse
  • James Stotler
  • Jackson Tate!     

AI’s Lifetime Achievement Award Renamed In Honor Of The Late Scott Robinson MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, AI-RRS, MRICS

The Appraisal Institute renamed their Lifetime Achievement Award to the J. Scott Robinson Lifetime Achievement Award in honor of the late Scott Robinson MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, AI-RRS, MRICS, who unexpectedly passed away earlier this year.

The J. Scott Robinson Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to an AI Professional who best demonstrates high ethical standards; contributed to the Appraisal Institute at the chapter, regional, national, and/or international level(s); provided service to his or her community, and contributed to the appraisal profession. A minimum of 20 years of service is recommended to be eligible for this award.

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Welcome New NCAI Members

We’d like to welcome our newest members who joined in early 2021!

 

  • Richard Bryson 
  • David LaVigne          
  • Caitlin Timmons McCain      
  • Jay S. Navarro
  • Ryan Shively
  • Michael Sollitto
  • Jessica Williams      

Appraisal Institute Awards Education Scholarships to 14 Aspiring Appraisers

Appraisal Institute, Fannie Mae, National Urban League Award Scholarships to Strengthen Diversity in Profession

14 students receive $1,250 in scholarships for three qualifying education courses as part of the Appraiser Diversity Initiative.
CHICAGO (Feb. 18, 2021) – The Appraisal Institute in collaboration with Fannie Mae and the National Urban League today announced the first class of 2021 aspiring real estate appraisers receiving scholarships through the Appraiser Diversity Initiative. The scholarship recipients were Jamilah Abdur Rahman, Philadelphia; Angela Anderson, Portsmouth, Rhode Island; Heather Boyd, Waynesville, North Carolina; Vernon Davis, Jr, New Orleans; Devyn Gonzalez, Dallas; Akil Henderson, White Plains, Maryland; Theresa Kennedy, Atlantic City, New Jersey; Melinda Kitchens, Florence, Montana; Abby Reichner, Zephyrhills, Florida; Kristeen Reynolds, Port Arthur, Texas; Ophelia Robinson, Alexandria, Virginia; Heather Vallier, Jacksonville, Florida; Alea Walker, Columbus, Georgia; and April Zadow, Urbandale, Iowa. 
 
“Achieving equity in homeownership and building generational wealth is challenging when the gatekeepers don’t reflect who we are or see the value in where we live,” said Marc H. Morial, president and CEO of the National Urban League. “We’re proud to help build a pipeline of diverse appraisers through our Entrepreneurship Centers that empower Black homeowners and communities.”
 
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Governor Roy Cooper Appoints Lynn Carmichael, MAI, and Claire Aufrance, MAI, SRA, to the North Carolina Appraisal Board

The North Carolina Chapter of the Appraisal Institute would like to inform our members that Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Lynn Carmichael, MAI, and Claire Aufrance, MAI, SRA, to the North Carolina Appraisal Board. We congratulate both Lynn and Claire on their appointments and we thank them for their willingness to be leaders in the appraisal industry. We wish them all the best in their endeavor to promote the highest standards for real estate appraisal practice for the protection of the public trust. 

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In Memoriam: Ted Anglyn, MAI

It's with great sadness that we report the passing of Ted Anglyn, MAI. Ted's influence on the appraisal industry and specifically LDAC cannot be overstated. Ted used his own money and resources to make sure LDAC not only survived, but thrived. Our deepest sympathies go out to Ted's family, his appraiser family, and the North Carolina Chapter.

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Appraisers Provide a Wide Variety of Services, Appraisal Institute Says

Hiring a Designated Member of the Appraisal Institute can provide a broad range of benefits to commercial and residential clients, the president of the nation’s largest professional association of real estate appraisers said today.

“When hiring a valuation professional, clients should first understand the role of an appraiser,” said Appraisal Institute President Stephen S. Wagner, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS. “The appraiser’s role is to provide objective, impartial and unbiased opinions about the value of real property — helping those who own, manage, sell, invest in and lend money on the security of real estate.”

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New Passwords Required for ‘My Account’ Section of Appraisal Institute Website

The Appraisal Institute launched a new online association management system, or AMS, on Oct. 1. AI professionals and customers must change their passwords in order to access the My Account section of the AI website.
 
A short training video on AI’s YouTube channel shows users how to change their My Account passwords.
 
The new AMS online membership database and customer relationship management software platform is the foundation for almost every service and product that AI offers. It provides an intuitive, much-improved online experience with a more modern look and feel, allowing AI professionals, customers and staff to more easily access information.
 
Users will enjoy benefits such as:
  • Increased user accessibility to data;
  • Improved business processes and efficiencies;
  • Integrated web experience; and
  • Self-service capabilities that will make interactions with AI simpler and more convenient.
The My Account area of the AI website is completely new, including improvements to education search and registration, the online store, membership profiles, and Find An Appraiser profiles. AI professionals also will find improvements to self-service functions such as printing a transcript, paying dues and fees, candidate checklists, and volunteer information.

58 Members Received Designations from the Appraisal Institute in August & September

The Appraisal Institute designated 26 members in August, including one who received his MAI and SRA designations. Additionally, 17 received their MAI designation, four received their SRA designation and four received their AI-GRS designation. The Appraisal Institute designated 58 members in September, including; and 39 who received MAI designations; 6 who received SRA designations; 10 who received AI-GRS designations; 3 who received AI-RRS designations.

Special congratulations to NCAI members William M. Best, MAI; Stephen M. Worthy, AI-GRS; and John C. Palmer, MAI.

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30 Members Received Designations from the Appraisal Institute in July

The Appraisal Institute designated 30 members in July, including eight who received their MAI designations, six who received their SRA designations, 12 who received their AI-GRS designations and four who received their AI-RRS designations. A special congratulations to NCAI members Kyle Saylors, MAI, SRA; Lynn Carmichael, MAI, AI-GRS; and Terri Patton, MAI,  AI-GRS for being recognized.

In Memoriam

The Appraisal Institute regrets the passing of the following Designated Member, as reported to Appraiser News Online in July:
  • Ray E. Crawford, MAI, Charlotte, N.C.
This information is reported monthly in Appraiser News Online.

Call to Action: Please Support NCAI Members for NCAB

We have the opportunity to support two of our chapter members as they seek a position on the North Carolina Appraisal Board. There is no group more qualified to represent appraisers on the appraisal board than members from the North Carolina Chapter of the Appraisal Institute. Our organization has historically had members on the board. Please join in the effort to promote our organization on this vital regulatory board. Help promote our members who have volunteered to be nominated to the board; Lynn Carmichael, MAI, from the Asheville Area, and Claire Aufrance, MAI, SRA from the Greensboro Area. 

To support the chapter please click the button below to send the governor a supportive recommendation for these members.

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Appraisal Institute Designates 40 Members in April

The Appraisal Institute designated 40 members in April, including; and 20 who received MAI designations; 5 who received SRA designations; 10 who received AI-GRS designations; 5 who received AI-RRS designations. Special congratulations to NCAI members, David Ivey, AI-GRS and Thomas Lott, MAI, AI-GRS.

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Appraisal Institute Recognizes 15 Individuals as 'Volunteer of Distinction'

The Appraisal Institute on April 3 announced the recognition of 15 individuals as a "Volunteer of Distinction" for the first quarter.

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29 Members Received Designations from the Appraisal Institute in February

The Appraisal Institute designated 29 members in February, including; and 12 who received MAI designations; 7 who received SRA designations; 9 who received AI-GRS designations; 1 who received AI-RRS designations.

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