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Mike Kennedy

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61J1-7.003 Advertising.
(1) All appraisers registered, licensed or certified pursuant to Part II, Chapter 475, Florida Statutes, shall include the appropriate designation and number as required in Section 475.622, Florida Statutes, and Rule 61J1-7.001, Florida Administrative Code, in the following forms of advertising:

(a) Newspaper advertisement when displaying the services of the appraiser.
(b) A yellow page telephone advertisement when displaying the services of the appraiser. A white page listing need not contain the designation and number if a yellow page advertisement of the same publisher and locality contains the designation and number of the individual appraiser.
(c) Magazine advertisements when displaying the services of the appraiser.
(d) Controlled publications which display the services of the appraiser when the publication is printed or produced in the State of Florida.
(e) Business cards which display the services of the appraiser. An appraiser who is employed by a governmental entity need not display the designation or number on a business card when the appraiser is prohibited from engaging in an independent fee appraisal.
(f) Television and radio advertisements which display the services of the individual appraiser.
(g) Letterhead which contains the name(s) of one or more individual appraisers and the letter is being used for appraisal related activities.
(h) Any other type or form of advertising which purpose is to display the services of the appraiser.
(2) The following are not considered to be advertisement for purposes of this rule and Section 475.622(1), Florida Statutes:
(a) Invoices or billing statements.
(b) Checks or other type of negotiable instruments.
(c) Return address on an envelope.
(d) The use of a private trade association designation unless used to display the services of the appraiser.

AND >>> :icon_idea:

(3) All trainee advertising must include the following:
(a) The trainee’s name;
(b) The trainee’s designation as a “state-registered trainee real estate appraiser”, “registered trainee”, or “trainee”;
(c) The trainee’s license number; and
(d) The name and license number of the trainee’s supervisory appraiser.
Specific Authority 475.614 FS. Law Implemented 475.622 FS. History–New 10-15-91, Formerly 21VV-7.003, Amended 7-5-94, 7-23-97, Amended 1-8-06.
 

Eli Weiss

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Interesting, was this recently changed?
 

Claude From NY

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Sounds like a plan

I agree NY needs it and trainees advertising without the appropriate disclosures could be easily caught.
 

Mike Kennedy

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I agree NY needs it and trainees advertising without the appropriate disclosures could be easily caught.


as well as to easily confirm when ONE appraiser does a site inspection and is asked for identification (should be volunteered anyway), and a report is Reviewed by a client which indicates BOTH the appraiser assistant and the SUPERVISORY Appraisers "did" inspect. :icon_idea:
 

Michigan CG

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(3) All trainee advertising must include the following:
(a) The trainee’s name;
(b) The trainee’s designation as a “state-registered trainee real estate appraiser”, “registered trainee”, or “trainee”;
(c) The trainee’s license number; and
(d) The name and license number of the trainee’s supervisory appraiser.
Specific Authority 475.614 FS. Law Implemented 475.622 FS. History–New 10-15-91, Formerly 21VV-7.003, Amended 7-5-94, 7-23-97, Amended 1-8-06.

Where is Genteel?

LOOK....I have 2,000 posts! (I think I need a life, or a hobby)
 

Kevin Mc

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If we could enforce this.

as well as to easily confirm when ONE appraiser does a site inspection and is asked for identification (should be volunteered anyway), and a report is Reviewed by a client which indicates BOTH the appraiser assistant and the SUPERVISORY Appraisers "did" inspect. :icon_idea:

My guess is we will put 1000s out of business. As someone who humped around a couple of trainees for a few years (and clearly indicated did not inspect when I didn't) nothing p*sses me off more.
 

KenRossman

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Are any lenders still accepting appraisals with trainees signing?

What few lender appraisals I still get are generally indicating "no trainees period".

The most flagrant "mills" are likely sending out trainees to inspect and write the appraisal, then sending out the reports with only the licensed or certified appraiser signing and indicating they inspected.

How do you catch that?
 

David Wimpelberg

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How do you catch that?

It's not easy.

The best way I can see is for the person that meets the trainee at the property to sign some type of statement stating who was at the property. For the trainee's experience log, the state can randomly verify with the owner who was at the property. If it turns out the supervisor wasn't there, trainee doesn't get license and supervisor loses his.

Obviously there are issues with cases where nobody is at the property, which would have to be handled when writing regs.
 

KenRossman

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Photo license/certification IDs with a physical description of the appraiser (like a drivers license) might help, however there will be no easy way of reliably monitoring who actually went to the property...
 

JoTetherow

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and the only way we will get these changes is by changing the board members.

Many are "lame ducks" with their term expiring soon (2nd term actually, they can serve 2 consecutive 5 year terms)

now is the time to start courting your legislators to get appointed to the board. you NEED some politico type to push your name to the persons that are allowed to appoint board members.

we all can help. whomever is interested in being a board member could post here and then the rest of us could contact our representatives to help get the person appointed.

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