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Articles from Valuation Magazine (September 22, 2018)

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AI encourages FHA to strengthen reverse mortgage appraisal program. 138
AI leads 17 groups opposing National Credit Union Administration proposal. 307
AI strongly rejects proposed residential threshold increase. 153
AI, Land Trust Alliance support conservation easement legislation. 101
Appraisal Institute opposes bills raising thresholds for SBA loans. 169
ASC extends deadline for 26 states to meet AMC compliance. 114
Bigger Challenges, Bigger Opportunities: 2019 officers talk about major issues affecting the valuation profession and Al's efforts to address them. Schneider, Jay W. 2645
Business practices. 1391
California eases intended user restrictions for some types of appraisals. 179
Contributions for a cause: How Al professionals and others can help their colleagues. Murrett, James L. 515
FHA to require second appraisal for some reverse mortgage applications. 117
Finding fault: Why are disciplinary complaints filed against appraisers, who files them--and who wins? Christensen, Peter T. 751
Form with Function: Launch your valuation firm with the right business entity form to minimize liability and tax costs. Christensen, Peter T. 1589
GATHERING STORM: What's behind the proposed appraisal threshold increases and waiver requests, and what's AI doing about them? Garber, Bill; Rodgers, Brian 1924
Google Clips camera takes the 'point' out of point-and-shoot. 104
Green for good: An appraiser becomes mayor to help steer his Maryland town toward sustainability. Briggs, Donald N. 871
How Michael Glue spots value in real estate--and NFL players on the field. Interview 531
Massachusetts Supreme Court rules on applicability of appraiser bias. 130
Real estate industry leaders convene at AI President's Council. 131
The ABBYY FineScanner app lets appraisers make, edit and save scans in the field or in the office. Pugh, Wayne 524
With just three words, 3WordPhoto lets appraisers identify the location of the subject of any photo. Cirincione, John 324

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