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Newsletter For January 2017

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JTip

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As always, great newsletter from Illinois. We haven't had one of those since 2008 in PA.

Don't worry about the degree requirement, there are many youth out there with four years (or five) under their hemp belt......
 

Terrel L. Shields

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Donno, suspect Brian or Lee wrote it, agree on degrees. When we get actual appraisal degrees, degrees that recognize that there is a wider universe of appraisal outside of lending, then perhaps I would support degrees for appraisers. Such degrees would necessarily be wide based and flexible to cover the entire industry and not simply F/F and banks. Perhaps it would be better as a secondary minor with a degree in art, construction, architecture, etc. according to a favored niche.
 
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