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VaCAP First Annual Conference

Discussion in 'Virginia' started by Don Clark, Apr 26, 2012.

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  1. Don Clark

    Don Clark Elite Member

    Jan 17, 2002
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    he Virginia Coalition of Appraiser Professionals announces the first annual VaCAP General Conference, to be held May 4th and 5th, 2012 at the Westin Hotel and Conference Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia. The conference will celebrate the achievements of VaCAP's inaugural year and begin development of our plans and goals for the upcoming year. We invite and encourage all current VaCAP members to attend this important first annual conference. The conference is also open to non-member appraisers, realtors, builders, lenders, or individuals interested in learning more about VaCAP, legislation, and the appraisal profession in today's environment. Please forward the attached registration flyer to other appraisers or real estate professionals in your area who may be interested in attending. Keep in mind that the registration fee for the conference also includes the law seminar that qualifies for three hours of appraiser continuing education credit AND the full annual VaCAP dues for existing members or those who wish to join at the conference.

    VaCAP Mission StatementVaCAP works to promote the appraisal profession and its image to elected and appointed public officials in the Commonwealth of Virginia, the users of appraisal services, and the general public. VaCAP initiates discussion and analysis of issues affecting professional appraisers and monitors the actions of State governmental bodies with the intent to influence legislation, regulation and public opinion favorable to the appraisal profession and in the best interest of the public.

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