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New Appraisal Organization being started for North Carolina

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You are hereby cordially invited to join the North Carolina Professional Appraisers Coalition (NCPAC). This is your organization, run by you, and others like you. This coalition will work for the betterment of all North Carolina appraisers and the appraisal profession.



NCPAC will promote professional appraisal practices, by being a proactive voice concerning issues that affect North Carolina Appraisers, and by keeping the appraisal community up to date on changes implemented within the profession. In addition, by educating the appraisers and the public, NCPAC will promote the professional standing of its members in their communities.



NCPAC is an organization that promotes communication:



between North Carolina Appraisers,

between North Carolina Appraisers and state and federal oversight agencies,

and between North Carolina Appraisers and the public.



The NCPAC is not a reactionary group. Instead, it will express and promote the mutual opinions of North Carolina Appraisers regarding the numerous issues concerning all North Carolina Appraisers.



The NCPAC is not in competition with any national or international appraisal organization. It will not confer designations upon its members, or distinguish any member as having greater standing than any other member. Instead, the NCPAC Committee of 100, representing each county, will be a loud and relevant voice speaking for all North Carolina Appraisers.



To be successful in meeting these goals and objectives, the NCPAC needs your help. Please join the NCPAC, make suggestions, and volunteer to be a part of the committee that most interests you: USPAP, Public Relations, Ethics, Website, or Peer Review. Join this team, and encourage others to join you. You and your appraisal associates together can make a difference.



Join today. Make a difference. Go to our website: www.ncpac.org.



Respectfully submitted,



Curtis West

Doug Winner


I am not an organizer of this group but have already joined. This is passed along as information to othe North Carolina appraisers.


Bob Ipock


 

Farm Gal

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Hurrah! Congratulations NC Appraisers on your proactive move!

It is my opinion that such organizations NEED to be started in all 50 states.

Sincere regards,

Lee Ann in KS
 

Don Clark

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Bob,

Count me in. Although my primary business is in Virginia I do work in Currituck, Camden & Gates Counties as well. I am also a member of the Albamarle Area Association of Realtors.

Don
 

David C. Johnson

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<span style='color:darkblue'>Bob,

I got this email today also. Sounds interesting, otherwise I know pretty little about it.

I found there is a "." (i.e., a "period") inadvertently inserted after the "org" part of the URL in your hyperlink above.

People can erase it in the address line or click below.

www.ncpac.org

dcj</span>
 

bradellis

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Bob,

Please get in touch with NAIFA members in your state- Don can help.

NAIFA has supported every state organization of this type- via its chapters in the state- and I believe these chapters will encourage such participation.

Good luck to all NC appraisers.

Brad Ellis, IFA, RAA
 
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