I recently started working with a real estate agent friend of mine who needed an assistant. I am in the process of getting my real estate license and thought a little experience working with him would be good. One of my duties is to create CMA's for his clients to advise on list prices and offering prices. When I do this I am not wearing my appraisal hat, but I saw an email he sent to his client with the CMA attached stating that his assistant/licensed appraiser put together the CMA for them. I don't want people to think the CMA is an appraisal. I understand he said this to give the buyer/seller more confidence in the suggested value but I can see how this would backfire on me. Any suggestions on what can be done so there is no confusion besides not revealing my appraisal position. Maybe a statement in the CMA?