- Jul 24, 2003
- Professional Status
- Certified Residential Appraiser
If you find yourself in the Orlando area on Feb 15 you might want to consider attending. Audience participation is encouraged and should get to be VERY interesting!!
Friday, February 15, 2008 is the next quarterly meeting for the Florida Quality Council. Please Register Now!
We will be meeting at the Holiday Inn – Altamonte Springs (Orlando). You can find directions here.
Please register as soon as possible and FORWARD THIS ANNOUNCEMENT to your industry colleagues.
Check-in & Coffee: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Meeting: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Registration fee is $45.00. Lunch is included and parking is free.
We invite you to join us for the meeting which will include:
+ Rich Heyn, ACI: Beware the Imposter: Appraiser Identity Theft and Appraisal Report Tampering (see attached)
+ Roundtable Discussion - Industry Trends in a Declining Market
Make sure to register in advance by completing a Registration Form and return to Chris McLain via email ([email protected]).
Link to Meeting Announcement
Link to Printable Registration Form
Link to Florida Quality Council Website
If you have any questions, please contact me at (904) 807-8107.
On behalf of the Florida Quality Council—
Director, Strategic Accounts
The Florida Quality Council is pleased to announce that Rich Heyn from ACI will be joining us at the February 15, 2008 Quarterly meeting for a 3-hour presentation titled:
Beware the Imposter:Appraiser Identity Theft and Appraisal Report Tampering
This workshop provides vital information that will enable participants recognize and protect themselves from the growing problems of illegal use of the appraiser’s identity and alteration of appraisal reports by third parties.
The objectives of this workshop are to help participants:
The workshop also contains material that will assist appraiser participants in maintaining control of the appraiser’s signature file and in complying with USPAP and State Board signature requirements.
- Appreciate the liability and danger to appraisers and lenders alike that currently exists from appraiser identity theft and alteration of appraisal reports by third parties.
- Understand how relationships between the appraiser, mortgage broker and funding source create client pressure on appraisers and foster an environment that can encourage appraisal report tampering and appraiser identity theft.
- Realize how easy it is for a third party to maliciously alter an appraisal report in PDF format.
- Discover and employ new technology that can combat appraiser identity theft and appraisal report tampering.
About the Instructor
Richard Heyn, SRA holds the Senior Residential Appraiser designation from the Appraisal Institute and has over 30 years experience in the appraisal of Real Estate. He is a pioneer in the development of residential appraisal software and currently serves as Director of Compliance for ACI software in PalmCoast. A long-time seminar developer and industry educator, Rich teaches between 50 and 100 continuing education seminars per year for the Appraisal Institute and other organizations. He is a certified instructor of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice and his seminars have been attended by literally tens of thousands of appraisers all over the United States.