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Articles from Valuation Magazine (March 22, 2011)

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'Great pause' AI expresses concern over valuation standards. 208
A scan of few words: a worthy companion for appraisers on the go. 171 displays your data in easily usable map form. Cirincione, John 394
Beyond reach? 265
Dead in the water: state bills to prohibit distressed comps defeated. 218
Disciplinary action: AI enforces rules against two members. 106
FHFA's Uniform Appraisal Dataset takes effect Sept. 1. 163
Friend of the court: telling the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth can help appraisers diversify their practices. That's especially important in a real estate market that's still struggling to recover. McDowell, Morgan 1859
Getting back together: AI's annual meeting returns this summer in Las Vegas. Magdziarz, Joseph C. 603
Going rental: demand for rental properties remains strong as the dream of home ownership fades for many Americans. What does it all mean for appraisers? Motley, Apryl 2085
Halfway there: 25 U.S. states now have enacted laws to regulate AMCs. 179
In search of a green world: AI calls for industry collaboration. 211
Luxury suite: specializing in valuation of high-end homes, this Atlanta area appraiser has seen it all for nearly 30 years. Sobiesczyck, James 1127
Moving on up: AI designates 87 members. 212
My card, sir: the CardMunch app scans your business card and organizes the information. 163
Pocket hotspot: Sprint's HTC Evo 4G is creating buzz with its speedy mobile hotspot functionality. 146
Rep missteps: developing sound business relationships is the secret to successful marketing. Helbig, Diane 996
Running from the numbers: how to keep up with numerous home price indices and reconcile their seemingly contradictory data. Phillips, Robin L. 1881
Seeing green: the six elements of green building and tips for supporting appraisals. Adomatis, Sandra K. 1228
Sky high: investors seeking quality assets spur resurgence in cross-border investment. 1465
Smart shopping: a primer for appraisers on purchasing E&O insurance coverage. Coombs, Steven A. 1136
SugarSync is one sweet solution for meeting appraiser's storage/folder synchronization needs. Pugh, R. Wayne 752
Taking charge: keep your devices charged by tapping an unlikely power source: you. 196
The dog that wouldn't bite: 'customary and reasonable' misinterpreted, falls flat. 243
Timely tribute: AI honors more than 40 members in recognition program's first year. 198
Tip top: AI serves as an industry leader. Chitester, Ken 564

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