Start Date: 12/15/2020 8:30 AM EST
End Date: 12/15/2020 12:30 PM EST
Venue Name: Live-Streaming on Zoom
Scheduling: The 2020 New England Appraisers Expo 4-Hour Residential Program will take place on December 15, 2020 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Attendance: We are required to track each participants attendance which will be done through poll questions which will launch periodically during the program. We will not be able to award CE credit to participants who fail to answer all the poll questions.
Members: (AI and MBREA): $50
All Others: $50
December 15, 2020
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The Practical Aspects of How Attorneys and Appraisers Interact - I
Appraisers have opportunities to work on a assignments other than for lenders, but their unfamiliarity with the expectations of attorneys and private assignments is a frequent stumbling block.
Eugene Nigro, an established probate and divorce attorney, will help demystify the process of appraisers working with attorneys in the engagement and completion of assignments. He will discuss when expert testimony may be required, provide a trial outline used for preparation, and describe the qualifications and experience attorneys look for when engaging an appraiser.
Eugene Nigro, Esq., Nigro, Pettepit & Lucas, LLP
The Practical Aspects of How Attorneys and Appraisers Interact -- II
Feeling burned out with lender work? Then attend this session and learn how to expand your licensed scope of practice to include other users of appraisal services seeking professional competency and expertise. Anthony N Federico, RA and Shaun Fitzgerald, RA will share their experiences involving various types of attorney engagements and provide practical advice for you to incorporate into your appraisal practice. Topics addressed in this session will be preliminary discussions, problem identification, formal engagement of service, assignment conditions and elements and how they affect the scope of work, applying ethical conduct obligations, avoiding advocacy risk, effective reporting, attorney consultation and preparation for expert witness testimony if called upon and more.
Anthony N. Federico, RA, Residential Appraisal Services
Shaun Fitzgerald, RA, Fitzgerald Appraisals
Appraising in a COVID Driven Market
The demand for housing outside urban cores is driving prices through the stratosphere as buyers compete with each other in pursuit of a house that brings space for remote working and amenities for families.
Appraising in a COVID Driven Market will explore appraisal issues emerging as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The panelists will delve into buyer and seller motivations, the valuation challenges of a market short in supply and high in demand, whether there is a new way to look at adjustments, and what lenders think about your reports.
Jonathan Asker, MRA, Moderator, North Atlantic Appraisal & Consulting
Deborah Carlson, VP, Needham Bank
Richard Goulet, MRA, The Appraisers Group
Jamie Moore, Jamie Moore Appraisal Services
Credit Information: Applications have been submitted to CT, MA, NH, RI, and VT for up to four-hours of continuing education credit for the Residential Program. Actual number of hours of continuing education credit is at the discretion of each state.