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The Appraisal Foundation Seeks Candidates for Vacancies

From the Appraisal Foundation:

The Appraisal Foundation is conducting its annual search for qualified candidates to serve on the Appraisal Practices Board and the Board of Trustees. The deadline for completed applications is fast approaching on April 2, 2013.

Details for each are outlined below. Please note, however, that an individual may submit an application for the Appraisal Practices Board or the Board of Trustees, but not both boards at this time.

Appraisal Practices Board

There are four vacancies on the Appraisal Practices Board (APB). The APB is charged with the responsibility of issuing voluntary guidance on recognized valuation methods and techniques, which may apply to all disciplines within the appraisal profession. The APB meets periodically through WebEx meetings and conference calls. In addition to these calls, there may be one to two in-person meetings each year. Individuals serving on the board are compensated for their time and reimbursed for travel expenses. Those selected for APB positions will serve a one-, two-, or three-year term commencing on July 1, 2013.

Application packages and additional details for the Appraisal Practices Board vacancies are available here.

Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees of The Appraisal Foundation is charged with funding the work of and appointing members to the APB, AQB and ASB, as well as providing oversight of these three Boards. The Board of Trustees meets twice a year, in the spring and fall. Trustees are reimbursed for travel expenses and are not compensated for their time. The individuals selected for positions on the Board of Trustees will serve three-year terms commencing January 1, 2014.

Application packages and additional details for the At-Large Trustee vacancies are available here.

Questions? Please contact Arika Cole, councils administrator, at arika@appraisalfoundation.org.

Comments
  1. Sarah,

    Thanks for the information!

    We will be forwarding this informaiton to a few potential candidates in Maryland. The Appraisal Practices Board and Board of Trustees are critical to the continued growth and progress of our industry.

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