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New NCAB member appointed, 2 reappointed.

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Henry Faircloth has been re-appointed to the NCAB for a term expiring 06/30/2005.


Bart Bryson has been re-appointed for a term expiring 06/30/2006.


A NEW MEMBER has been appointed to the NCAB. David Hoyle, Jr. of Gaston County (who trained under me), son of Senator David W. Hoyle, Sr. has been appointed for a term expiring 06/30/2002.
 

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Bob:

Congratulations?

You win some, you lose some?

At least the gov is getting the idea that folks are watching.

AND WE ARE :twisted: :twisted:
 

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WE got TWO new members! One is a female....which is longggggggggg
overdue!

Congratulations to these new board members.
 

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son of Senator David W. Hoyle, Sr. has been appointed for a term expiring 06/30/2002.

That says it all. What have I been telling you guys about that crowd down there? I tell you the state bureaucracy in NC is a family business and that is why the NCAB is sticking to their story against Tom Hilderbrandt. Tom is expendable but the family business has to be kept intact. Kapish? For those of you not familar with NC, Faircloth is a board member just reappointed. The former US Sentor's name was Faircloth. The Democratic Party is the boss of bosses that runs the syndicate. These people are so interbreed that they all have the same blood type. When they have a state bureaucratic picinic it doubles as a family reunion.
 
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Lots of late night politicking went on down in our capital!

It should be interesting to hear who was lobbying for who and how it all transpired! I would like to know more about who almost made it and why not, why those who got appointed were selected and why the governor and the legislator found it necessary to appoint two new members to new board positions. (For those who have not figured it out, we now have 9 board members rather than 7).

Since I get asked these questions all the time I thought I would spell out some of the characteristics of the board, at least what I believe them to be.

We now have have 8 men, seven of whom are appraisers. Two hold residential licenses, four hold general certifications (I do not know about Hoyles certification), There is one member who is a Realtor but who is not a member of the NCAR Appraisal Section. There is one member who is an MAI and is not a Realtor. There is one appraiser who holds the GAA designation and is a member of the NCAR Appraisal Section. There is a female attorney (the Political Action Officer for the NCAR, so I am told by Bob Ipock), and a male member (11 plus years as board member) who is a builder. One appraiser member is a former banker; I think he is affiliated with NAIFA but does not hold a designation but I do not know that for a fact. Five appraisers are not members of the Realtors organization. One appraiser member is legally blind.

I do not know anything about the type of work Hoyle does. Of the other appraisers, one appraiser member has an appraisal school in addition to appraising and running a fee shop. One appraiser member teaches occasionally and runs his own fee shop. I have been told that four appraisers on the board no longer actively solicit appraisal work but that they still ocassionally do fee work.

Lets hope the new appointees take the NCAB on a path of adherence to USPAP and full public disclosure on all matters, rather than the past trend towards ignoring USPAP, secrecy and back room politics. I also hope that they adopt the position that serving the public means serving appraisers as well as the public at large.

Tom Hildebrandt GAA
 
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