With alternative valuation products gaining ground in the industry, it can be difficult for an appraiser to reconcile appraisal values when presented with several different valuation forms. How can you work with these products and maintain USPAP compliance? What do you look for when reconciling value across several different valuations? Got an opinion about the role of alternative valuations in the market place? Let’s chat!
It’s time for another installment of #VRChat live on Twitter with Valuation Review (@ValuationReview) Editor Jason Morgan and Veros Real Estate Solutions (@Verosres) Director of Valuation Services Bill King. Join the conversation focusing on the reconciliation of value on May 24, 1 p.m. EST / 10 a.m. PST.
How does it work?
1. Simply log into your Twitter account, or create an account if you don’t have one, at www.twitter.com.
2. Be sure to follow @ValuationReview and @Verosres
3. In the control panel header, click “# Discover,” and then enter #VRChat in the search box to the right in the control panel.
4. You’ll be connected to the conversation. To sound off, simply click “reply” to a tweet or click the blue quill icon in the top right corner. Be sure to put the hashtag #VRChat in your tweet so that it shows up in the conversation.
Bill King and Jason Morgan will be on-hand to field comments related to how appraisers conduct themselves professionally in all aspects of the appraisal process. It’s sure to be a lively discussion, so be sure to have your Twitter account ready. We’re encouraging all to join the conversation and get involved.
For an in-depth look at how Twitter chats work, check out Valuation Review’s Guide to Tweeting with the Appraisal Industry.