|November 6, 2012|
Matthew A. Smith, MAI
Are you interested in helping to grow the ranks of designated members? If so, you can help Candidates for Designation by becoming an Advisor for Candidates. Key roles and responsibilities for Advisors are as follows:
For more information, go to the advisor information section of the Candidate for Designation portion of our website at this link.
A statistically significant higher proportion of designated members earn more than $100,000 per year compared to associate members and nonmember appraisers. Click here for a salary comparison.
Real Estate Update:
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 * 3:30pm – 8:00 pm
Sheraton National Hotel
Join the DC Metro Area Chapter of the Appraisal Institute for an update on the economic outlook for real estate in the Metro DC area. Attendees will receive an overall economic review as well as individual reports for commercial finance, retail and office segments of the real estate market. Presenters will address current inventory, projected supply and demand and investment dynamics for each market segment.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to hear from these key players, meet appraisal professionals from all around the region and enjoy a great meal!
Registration Fee (includes dinner):
Click here for additional details and registration.
The Wall Street Journal reached out to AIDC member, Dennis Duffy, CEO of RCDH & Co., to estimate how much would it cost a candidate to buy his way into the White House...if it were for sale! Click here to read the full story.
Congratulations to our Candidates for Designation to date!
Darrell R. Adams
Darrell R. Adams
Take advantage of this great opportunity to increase your market value. Click here and follow the link titled "Sign Up".
When January 1st hits, AI's database will automatically begin differentiating between Designated members, Candidates, Practicing Affiliates, and Affiliates. If you have ANY interest in pursuing designated membership, we ask that you complete the Candidate election form now. Enrolling early helps everyone. Even if you are on track for becoming designated by the end of the year, please go ahead and fill out the form. FYI... The December 2012 Comp Exam will NOT be graded until January 4th, 2013, so don't fall between the cracks.
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