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James Micozzi

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How's this for improving the profession?

I found this posted on the Appraisal Institute job board.

ALL STATES my bold
Intern Appraiser Appraisal Opportunity
Seeking Interns who desire their own business. You must have your own clients and work. I will train new interns if you can maintain 25+ residential appraisals per month. My goal is to get you to 50+ reports per month. The starting split is 50%, as I will train you in every aspect of the business. Once you are proficient, producing timely, reliable reports, the split will increase to 70%. Once you become a licensed appraiser, you own the business 100% with no obligation to me. I will review the appraisals for accuracy and quality and help you any questions and problems that may occur. Internships begin with a non-obligation probation period. Please contact @hotmail.com
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Listing posted: 11/29

You have got to be kidding me!!!!:Eyecrazy:
 
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Kevin Mc

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ALL STATES

Intern Appraiser
Appraisal Opportunity

Seeking Interns who desire their own business. You must have your own clients and work. I will train new interns if you can maintain 25+ residential appraisals per month. My goal is to get you to 50+ reports per month. The starting split is 50%, as I will train you in every aspect of the business. Once you are proficient, producing timely, reliable reports, the split will increase to 70%. Once you become a licensed appraiser, you own the business 100% with no obligation to me. I will review the appraisals for accuracy and quality and help you any questions and problems that may occur. Internships begin with a non-obligation probation period. Please contact [email protected]
 
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Ken B

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There has been at least one scam involving the unmonitored AI job board. This could be another one. I wonder how much you have to put up front for the "probation period?"
 
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Don Clark

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ALL STATES

Intern Appraiser
Appraisal Opportunity

Seeking Interns who desire their own business. You must have your own clients and work. I will train new interns if you can maintain 25+ residential appraisals per month. My goal is to get you to 50+ reports per month. The starting split is 50%, as I will train you in every aspect of the business. Once you are proficient, producing timely, reliable reports, the split will increase to 70%. Once you become a licensed appraiser, you own the business 100% with no obligation to me. I will review the appraisals for accuracy and quality and help you any questions and problems that may occur. Internships begin with a non-obligation probation period. Please contact [email protected]

Gonna be hard to do on 1-1-2008 when the limit of trainees to any certified appraiser will be 3.:rof:
 
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Ken B

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Must be slow in NY when two people from the same outfit are making separate posts on the same topic!
 

Kevin Mc

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Nah.

Must be slow in NY when two people from the same outfit are making separate posts on the same topic!

We both got the same e-mail from Claude from NY. We aren't from the same outfit, although I'm good friends with the outfit Jim works for and have worked with Claude for many years in the past. As for it being slow, you betcha.
 

Karl

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PLEASE!! Forward that to Mr Cuomo, I can not believe anyone in NY would be posting something like that in todays Web of Mortgage woes.
 

Ken B

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We both got the same e-mail from Claude from NY. We aren't from the same outfit, although I'm good friends with the outfit Jim works for and have worked with Claude for many years in the past. As for it being slow, you betcha.

Ah, my bad. I thought you guys were part of the same "Gang."

Slow, yeah. But historically it gets busy two weeks before Christmas and everyone wants the job done yesterday.

Wonder how many appraisers are going to throw in the towel between January and April?
 

Indiana Jones

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Gonna be hard to do on 1-1-2008 when the limit of trainees to any certified appraiser will be 3.:rof:

In Indiana it's 2.

Also, the Super has to physically inspect the first 50 WITH the trainee and anything over 50 miles from the trainees office.

But I'm sure that won't be a problem for him.
 

Claude From NY

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More fun

You think that's something? Check out the local craigslist. I don't know about anywhere else but some of the postings in the NY area are real bottom of the barrel garbage.
 
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