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at Atlantic Wharf, the Massachusetts and Rhode Island Chapter of the Appraisal Institute is pleased to welcome officials from the Massachusetts Gaming Commission as well as representatives
The Appraisal Institute (AI) is a global membership association of professional real estate appraisers with a membership of over 26,000 members and almost 80 chapters. Members of the AI benefit from an array
I have seen the form used by New Hampshire for registering as an Appraisal Management Company (AMC) and it is simple. Complete the form, pay the fee and be registered. This is similar to Maine, Rhode Island
We know that real estate markets are highly stratified, pretty illiquid and not overly transparent. There are not huge numbers of buyers, sellers, and transactions in a lot of asset classes.
Commercial real estate investment benefits generally from economic growth. Slicing and dicing the data and going deeper than the headlines and sound bites provides greater comfort for the commercial propertBoston, MA
The Massachusetts Board of Real Estate Appraisers (MBREA) is saddened to note the death of William Russell, RA, a former MBREA Trustee and Officer.
There has been a great deal of reporting on the federal funds rate, inflation, and the Consumer Price Index (CPI). In short, they are all related in that the mandate for the Federal Reserve Bank is to optimize employmentNew Haven, CT
According to Advisra Consulting, Marty O’Brien and Laurie Mentz Nichols, SRA, AI-RRS have joined John Leary, MAI, CRE and Al Franke, MAI, SRA in the firm’s valuation and advisory
Appraisal modernization? Is this the future of appraisal? Is this evolution, revolution, or regression? The March 2019 Fannie Mae Newsletter (https://www.fanniemae.com/content/news/current-appraiser-newsletter.pdf) raises some truly revolutionary (to some) points. See the following Q&As.
First quarter securities market has been resilient, albeit temperamental. The fixed income market has fluctuated if not gyrated with movements in treasuries sending mixed signals. Further, a partial and sporadic inverted yield curve on government securities has been recorded irregularly during the quarte