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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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New AI video: Appraisal Institute Plans for 2020

2020 Appraisal Institute President Jefferson L. Sherman, MAI, AI-GRS, outlines the organization’s priorities for the year in AI’s latest video.

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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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Pursuing an Appraisal Institute Designation

Four Appraisal Institute Designated Members shares why they think others should consider pursuing a designation in AI’s latest video.

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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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Appraisers Can Help Clients Navigate Natural Disasters, Appraisal Institute Says

In the aftermath of a natural disaster, such as a hurricane, appraisers can help their clients by providing expert market analysis, according to the nation’s largest professional association of real estate appraisers.

The Appraisal Institute’s “Guide Note 10: Development of an Opinion of Market Value in the Aftermath of a Disaster” addresses how real property markets in affected areas often exhibit instability, even chaos, and how analyzing data in such markets presents an array of challenges. The Guide Note, revised last year, also discusses how valuation professionals can develop credible opinions of market value in the aftermath of a disaster.

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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.

Appraisal Institute Board of Directors Approves 2020 Budget at Q3 Meeting in Denver

The Appraisal Institute Board of Directors at its July 25-26 meeting in Denver approved the organization’s 2020 budget and directed to 45-Day Notice proposed amendments to Regulations No. 7 and 8 regarding creation of state Government Relations Subcommittees under the current national Government Relations Committee.
 
In other business, the Board of Directors:
  • Approved the creation of a Women’s Initiative Committee.
  • Revised the organization’s policies for AI education instructors regarding waivers, conduct and evaluations;
  • Amended AI’s Statement of Investment Policy; and
  • Adopted the dues and fees schedule for 2020:
    • Deadline on dues/fees invoice payment: Jan. 1
    • Late fees assessed at 15%: April 1
    • Suspensions issued: June 1
    • Terminations issued: Sept. 1.
The Board also elected to two-year terms beginning Jan. 1:
  • Matthew S. Myers, MAI, of Leeds, England, as the international member on the AI Board of Directors;
  • Scott Robinson, MAI, SRA, AI-RRS, AI-GRS, as chair of the Strategic Planning Committee;
  • Claire M. Aufrance, MAI, SRA, to the Strategic Planning Committee; and
  • Michael J. Mignona, MAI, AI-GRS, and Craig Steinley, SRA, AI-RRS, to the Audit Committee.
Additionally, the Board elected Peter A. Vimini, MAI, to the Professional Liability Insurance Program Committee for a three-year term. He also was elected to fill a vacancy on PLIPC for a term ending Dec. 31.  
 
The Board’s next meeting is scheduled for Nov. 14-15 in Chicago.

Jody Bishop Elected 2020 Appraisal Institute Vice President

Pledger M. (Jody) Bishop III, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, was elected 2020 vice president of the nation’s largest professional association of real estate appraisers Thursday by its Board of Directors in Denver.

Bishop’s one-year term at the Appraisal Institute will begin Jan. 1, followed by one year each as president-elect, president and immediate past president. He will serve on AI’s Executive Committee and the policy-making Board of Directors all four years. He also will chair the Finance Committee in 2020 and the National Nominating Committee in 2023.

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Video: Reasons to Pursue a Valuation Career

 

Two Appraisal Institute Designated Members share why they think someone should consider being an appraiser in AI’s latest video.

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58 Members Received Designations from the Appraisal Institute in June

The Appraisal Institute designated 58 members in June, including; 1 who received MAI AND SRA designations; and 40 who received MAI designations; 3 who received SRA designations; 12 who received AI-GRS designations; 2 who received AI-RRS designations.

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