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Recap: NCAI Connect - Update from AI Leadership

Last week, NCAI was joined by Appraisal Institute President Jefferson L. Sherman, MAI, AI-GRS, and Chief Executive Officer Jim Amorin, CAE, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS who spoke with members about the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on the Appraisal Institute, individual appraisers, and the valuation profession, how AI is facing these issues, and projected what the future of the industry looks like. Click here or on the image below to view the recording.

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NCAI Member Cal Morgan Appointed to NCAB

The North Carolina Chapter of the Appraisal Institute (NCAI) has been informed that Jack C. (Cal) Morgan III, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, has been appointed to the North Carolina Appraisal Board (NCAB) by Tim Moore, NC House Speaker. We congratulate Cal on his appointment, and we thank him for his willingness to be a leader in the appraisal industry. We wish you well in this endeavor, and we know you will continue to promote the highest standards for real estate appraisal practice in the protection of the public trust. 

Cal is a graduate of the College of Charleston, in Charleston, SC. He has over 20 years of experience in real estate appraisal, construction, and investment analysis. He is the owner of JC Morgan Company in Wilmington, NC, which provides appraisal services as well as consulting and litigation support services. Cal is also a NC licensed general contractor and NC real estate broker. He served on the NC Property Tax Commission from 2013 to 2017 and currently serves as the Chairman of the Wilmington Zoning Board of Adjustment. Cal lives in Wilmington with his wife Seanna and their three children.

Congratulations Cal!

North Carolina Phase 2 Extended Three Weeks; Statewide Requirement for Face Coverings Added

Governor Roy Cooper announced yesterday that as trends move in the wrong direction, North Carolina will remain in Phase 2 for three more weeks. Executive Order 147 also requires face coverings in public and at various business settings where individuals cannot maintain a physical distance of six feet from others.

Construction sites are specifically included:

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2021 Slate of Officers Elected

The below slate was presented by the North Carolina Chapter’s 2020 Nominating Committee comprised of: Sheri Colvin, MAI (Chair); Joel Tate, SRA; Don Read, MAI; Chesney Baker, MAI, AI-GRS; and David Pope, MAI, SRA.

It was approved as per regulation at the 2nd Quarter 2020 Chapter Business Meeting held on June 11, 2020. 

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Don't Miss the Q2 Chapter Business Meeting on Thursday!

Join us Thursday to elect the 2021 Slate of Nominees for Officers, Directors, Regional Representative, & Alternate Regional Representatives, hear updates about what the Chapter has been doing, and congratulate our newly designated members!

Please make sure to register prior to joining the meeting in order to receive the 2 AI credits.

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In Memoriam: George Harrison Keeling

It's with great sadness that we report the passing of George Harrison Keeling, father-in-law of NCAI member and 2016 AI President, Scott Robinson, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, AI-RRS, of Salisbury, NC. Our deepest sympathies go out to Scott and George's family. 

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NC Auditor’s Report on NCDOT

Click here to view the audit report prepared by the NC State Auditor of NCDOT.

Mecklenburg County Transitions to State Order as Local Stay at Home Restrictions Time Out

Mecklenburg County, the City of Charlotte and the six county towns, have agreed to follow the State of North Carolina’s Stay at Home Order starting April 30.

Mecklenburg County Manager Dena R. Diorio announced the agreement to the Board of County Commissioners at its public policy meeting Tuesday afternoon, one day before the county’s current order was set to expire.

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Governor Extends Stay At Home Order Through May 8, Plans Three Phase Lifting of Restrictions Based on Virus Trends

See information slides from the April 23 Briefing.

Governor Roy Cooper issued Executive Order No. 135  extending North Carolina’s Stay At Home order through May 8. The orders extending closure of restaurants for dine-in service and bars and closure of other close-contact businesses are also extended through May 8.

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New NCAI COVID-19 Resources Webpage

The North Carolina Chapter of the Appraisal Institute (NCAI) continues to monitor developments regarding the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. The health and safety of our members and event participants is of the highest importance and we are taking this outbreak very seriously.  

In an effort for us all to stay informed, NCAI has created a COVID-19 Resources Webpage that provides the latest news regarding the COVID-19 situation at the state, national, and industry levels. 

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NEW DATE & FORMAT: Q1 Chapter Business Meeting now on March 25

Join us for our Q1 Chapter Business Meeting (CBM) via Zoom Meeting on Wednesday, March 25 at 2pm!

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AI Issues Coronavirus-related Direction for Appraisers

The Appraisal Institute issued guidance cultivated from its Professional Practice staff on March 16 to help AI professionals and other real estate valuers serve their clients during the rapidly evolving global coronavirus pandemic.

“Appraisers should take care not to put themselves in harm’s way while completing their assignments,” the guidance said, which directed appraisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s current risk assessment.

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Call to Service for NCAI's 2021 Leadership Team

Are you interested in serving the NC Chapter (NCAI) as part of the leadership team for 2021?

The North Carolina Chapter Appraisal Institute's Nominating Committee will meet soon to nominate qualified chapter members for 2021 elected positions. Committee experience is a plus but not necessary.

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NCAI has a new LinkedIn page! Be sure to follow us here to stay up-to-date with local, industry, and member news!

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AI Honors Sheri Colvin, MAI with Volunteer of Distinction Award

On January 8, 2020, the Appraisal Institute honored Sheri Colvin, MAI, with the Volunteer of Distinction Award. The Appraisal Institute’s recognition program honors volunteers for their service to the Appraisal Institute, to the real estate valuation profession and to their local communities.

Sheri Colvin, MAI, has been appraising since 1994, and was the 2019 president of the North Carolina Chapter of the Appraisal Institute. She is a founder and principal with Colvin, Sutton, Winters and has been with the company since its inception in 2006. She is a graduate of the University of N.C. at Greensboro, holds an N.C. State Certified General appraiser license, an NC Real Estate Broker license, and the MAI designation from the Appraisal Institute. For the North Carolina chapter of the Appraisal Institute, she currently serves on the Executive Board as well as chairing and participating in various committees. Other associations include being a guest speaker for the 2013 annual CCIM Triad Market Forecast, former board member of the local chapter of CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women), former LDAC participant/chapter representative through the Appraisal Institute (Leadership Development and Advisory Council), and current member of TREBIC (Triad Real Estate & Building Industry Coalition).

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Farewell Letter from Sheri Colvin, MAI, 2019 NCAI President

Farewell Letter from Sheri Colvin, MAI, 2019 NCAI President

Dear NCAI –

Happy New Year!

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2020 Kick-Off Letter from Chris Johnson, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, ASA, 2020 NCAI President

2020 Kick-Off Letter from Chris Johnson, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, ASA, 2020 NCAI President

Dear members,

I’m both honored and excited to lead our chapter for the coming year. I take very seriously the immense responsibility and trust that’s being extended to me. It is my belief that the role of each new president is not only to sustain the things the chapter is already doing well, but also to bring a fresh viewpoint to the table and execute new ideas that will set the stage for the ongoing success of the chapter for years to come.

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Recap: The last Chapter Business Meeting of 2019!

This past December, over 110 members & guests attended the 2019 Q4 Chapter Business Meeting and Installation Banquet at the Myers Park Country Club in Charlotte. Last month’s program was packed full with 6 newly designated members receiving their certificates, a thrilling PAC raffle, committee updates on how we ended the year, a special presentation honoring the late Ted Anglin, MAI, Sheri Colvin, MAI gave her final address as the 2019 President, and the 2020 officers were installed, including 2020 President, Chris Johnson, MAI, SRA, ASA. Check out photos of the event below (more coming soon!) and read Sheri’s farewell and Chris’ kickoff letters. 

 

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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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