Celebrate Your Profession!

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Join "boots on the ground" appraisers from around the country Nov. 1-3 in Las Vegas at Bally's Hotel and Casino. Appraisers interested in the future of the appraisal profession will be updated on legislative activities at the state and national level as well as the future of appraisal technology. Sessions will preview what appraisers must do to be competitive in the new environment and life after Dodd-Frank.

Summit primarily focuses on "boots on the ground appraisers" to promote their awareness and expertise. The main track will continue to address on this group, but we hope to continued to enhance development of managers through the appraisal management track. Once again, we will feature an appraisal management track. Based on the success of the last eight Summits, attendance is projected at 450+ mostly practicing appraisers, appraisal managers and lenders.

Who should attend?
• Appraisers, Regulators
• Appraisal Managers and staff
• Others interested in the future of appraisers and technology.

Pledge
The co-hosts ( The Columbia Institute and the National Association of Appraisers) are committed to providing the most informative, comprehensive appraisal conference of the year at a truly affordable cost.

Why Attend?
14 hrs CE (Plus 4 additional ACE courses available)
Cost effective: reception, luncheons and breaks included.
Network: meet peers, appraisal service providers, authors and political advisors.
Learn: how to maintain your competitiveness.

About the Summit Hosts:

The Columbia Institute (a division of CoreLogic Valuation Solutions Group) offers appraisal continuing education classes in more than thirty states. The Columbia Institute also publishes the online eVIP Appraisal News monthly.

National Association of Appraisers is a non-profit 501c(6) professional association that is dedicated to advocating for the interests of professional appraisers, providing timely accurate information and professional development. NAA publishes an on-line newsletter, Appraiser 4-1-1 and a quarterly magazine, Appraiser Focus.