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Appraisal Blog USPAP 2020 Changes

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djd09

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"30 days after implementation of the last changes, ASB/TAF is already admitting they think the current USPAP is inadequate and requires substantial change."

They’re ALREADY Doing It Again!

On January 30, 2018 the Appraisal Standards Board announced the release of their Discussion Draft for the 2020-2021 USPAP based in part on a survey from 2017 & prior draft comments.

I’m confused. Didn’t we just have the 2018-2019 become effective 30 days ago? Should all those that have not yet purchased 2018-2019 just save their money and wait for the significantly revised 2020-2021 revisions? Rely on word of mouth and online excerpts in the meantime?"

http://appraisersblogs.com/TAF-ASB-challenge-USPAP-57-flavors

Great blog.
 

TRESinc

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once again you love to display your lack of understanding of USPAP and related issues. this is nothing new, it happens every time. do you think they just sit around until the end of the 2 year term and do nothing? every change to USPAP is opened to the public for commentary at least 3-4 times before any decisions are made. if you put half as much effort into learning about USPAP as you do searching for decade-old article you would severely improve yourself as an appraiser. unfortunately that will never happen since it's much easier to sit in your basement and post drivel that you can't comprehend.
 

Mr Rex

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That particular article is one of the most baseless, error-filled diatribes I have ever read related to appraisal practice - and that is quite a high bar :)
 

djd09

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There is Tressy again, always changing the subject about the poster. Cannot debate the merits. No surprise.

Then there is the TAF, who always needs to change to stay relevant. It must be boring job.
 

timd354

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That particular article is one of the most baseless, error-filled diatribes I have ever read related to appraisal practice - and that is quite a high bar :)
Consider the source of the blog
 
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