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Arizona Seminars

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Jo Ann Meyer Stratton

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Certified Residential Appraiser
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The Phoenix NAIFA chapter will have a seminar June 3, 2003. The chapter is sponsoring a four hour seminar to be presented by Liability Insurance Administrators on Loss Prevention, presenters will be Robert Allen Wiley, Senior Underwriter for LIA and Claudia Gaglione, partner in a law firm that specializes in defense of professional malpractice claims.

Course has been approved by the Arizona Board of Appraisal for 4 hours of continuing education.

Time: 1:30 - 5:30 PM, Tuesday, June 3, 2003
Cost is $55 for the seminar or $65 for the seminar, buffet dinner and NAIFA chapter meeting.

Contact me and I will email you the info.

Another gathering of Appraiser Forum posters?????

Also, mark your calendars for July 10, 11 and 12. Six seminars of four hours each (appraisers can pick and choose which ones they want) will be held on Thursday and Friday. A seven hour USPAP class will be held on Saturday. Seminars will qualify for Arizona Board of Appraisal continuing education and the USPAP will be presented by a USPAP certified instructor. Soon as the topics are finalized, I will post the info.

Another chance for a gathering of Appraiser Forum posters, room rates are cheaper in July--with refrigeration the dry heat is comfortable--and the motel where the seminars are being held will offer discounted rates--and a pool! The dry heat in July in Phoenix is much more bearable than the high humidity heat of the midwest!!!!
 
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