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Working RE Magazine is the #1 source of real estate appraiser information and appraisal news. We are committed to reporting relevant and timely appraisal news for real estate appraisers nationwide. Working RE is the only appraiser magazine that is delivered to the majority of the industry in print and is published quarterly. We pride ourselves in providing real estate appraisers up-to-date information and news about what is happening in the appraisal industry.

Working RE – Real Estate Appraiser Magazine – Appraiser News

Working RE Magazine is the most widely distributed real estate appraiser magazine and the premier source of appraisal news and information in the country. Publishing honest and timely information for real estate appraisers is our goal. Now in our 14th year, Working RE Magazine is published to help appraisers build their businesses, reduce their risk of liability and stay informed on important appraisal technology and industry issues.

Current Issue

The Current Issue of Working RE was published in January 2017 and covers the latest news for Appraisers. Stories Include:
Fees Rising
Busy? Stop Turning Away Work
Training Success Stories
Diversifying Your Appraisal Business
Making Case for an Appraiser’s Judgment
Physical Characteristics Not Assignment Results
Preparing for Your Deposition
Appraiser Shortage: Numbers Don’t Lie
Professional Marketplace
Industry News

Fall 2016
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The Fall 2016 Issue of Working RE includes timely appraiser news and valuable information about the industry.Stories Include:
Training the Next Generation
Dispelling Myth of Appraiser Shortage
Just Trust Your Opinion?
Are Granny Flats Undervalued?
Do Your Fee Math (and Raise Your Fees)
Insurance IQ
Five Steps to Growing an Appraisal Firm
Disciplinary Process – How It Works
Professional Marketplace
Industry News

Appraisal News

Working RE also publishes a bi-monthly appraisal newsletter covering the latest real estate appraiser news and providing valuable information on latest changes in the appraisal industry.

Appraisal News:
(Click below for valuable real estate appraiser information)

February 15: Express Yourself
February 1: Fees Rising! (New Fee Survey asks how much)
January 18: Appraiser Shortage or Just Fed Up?
January 4: Training Success Stories
December 28: Customary and Reasonable: Measuring the New Normal
December 14: Common Appraisal Errors
December 7: Insurance IQ: Driving to Work
November 30: Sharpening Skills: Are Granny Flats Undervalued?
November 16: Drones for Appraisal Use
November 9: What’s Your (Appraisal) Problem?
October 26: Latest AQB Proposal on College Degree, Experience Requirements
October 12: Disciplinary Process – How It Works, Your Rights & Likely Outcomes
September 28: Too Busy? Turning Away Work? Get Help!
September 21: Do Your Math (and Raise Your Fees)
September 14: Training the Next Generation
September 7: Five Steps to Growing an Appraisal Firm
August 31: Dispelling Myth of Appraiser Shortage
August 24: Making Case for an Appraiser’s Judgment
August 17: How Do you Tell an Appraiser from an Agent?
August 3: Insurance IQ
July 27: A Little Marketing Here and There
July 20: Extraordinary Assumption or Hypothetical Condition?
July 6: Real Estate Fraud – What’s an Appraiser to Do?
June 22: Time Adjustments
June 15: TAF Considers Skipping Experience Requirement
June 8: Time Has Come Today
June 1: True Cost of Low Appraisal Fees
May 19: AQB Proposes Alternative to College Degree Requirement
May 11: Repurchase Demands and Unacceptable Appraisal Practices – Part 2
April 27: Words That Matter
April 13: Future of Appraisers Survey
March 30: College Degree Requirement Misguided
March 16: Wash. AMC Fails, Leaves Appraisers Unpaid
March 11: Repurchase Demands and Unacceptable Appraisal Practices – Part 1
March 2: Late Appraisal: USPAP Violation?
February 17: The Decline of Appraisers
February 10: Legal Doom
February 3: Appraisers Win $36 Million Class Action
January 27: Getting Neighborhood Description Right
January 22: AMC Fined Over C&R Fees
January 20: Working Well with AMCs
January 6: USPAP: Shifting (Quick) Sand for Appraisers
December 21: Wildfires and Appraisers
December 8: Search Parameters and the Best Comparables
November 24: Mapping for Success with Google
November 23: Giving Thanks (and Giving Back) to Our Veterans
November 13: Incorrect Reporting of Sales & Listing Data in Appraisal Reports
November 10: Contributory Market Value Riddle
November 4: What the Appraisal Foundation Thinks
October 30: Appraiser/Whistleblower Wins $85 Million
October 28: Understanding USPAP – Part Three: SR-2
October 14: Claims, Complaints and E&O Insurance
September 30: Future of Valuation
September 25: Observe, Analyze and Report- In that Order
September 16: What Appraisers Keep Getting Wrong
September 9: TRID: What’s It Mean for Appraisers?
September 2: Why Your Words Matter (in your appraisal)
August 26: Appraiser Landmark $36 Million Settlement with BoA
August 19: Appraising Lake Property
August 10: Facing License Denial, Coester Sues Virginia Board
August 5: How Much Are You Worth?
July 29: What if it Can’t be Supported? Your Value as a Local Expert
July 22: Understanding USPAP Part 2: SR – 1
July 1: Road to Supporting Value: Ranking & Reconciliation
June 17: Are You a Tier 1 or Tier 2 Appraiser?
June 8: First Enforcement of C&R Fee Provision: Louisiana Makes History
June 3: Bank’s Letter to Appraiser Started Off With…
May 20: Appraisers Entitled to Overtime, Court Holds
May 11: Blacklisting Lawsuit Continues
May 6: Supporting Market Conditions Adjustments
April 27: Lies, Damn Lies… and FMNA ‘statistics’
April 22: Appraising with Regression
April 8: AMC’s – Bridge Too Far?
March 25: Understanding USPAP – The Preamble
March 11: Extracting an Adjustment – One Way To Measure
February 25: Appraiser Efficiency in the New World of CU
February 11: Life After the New CU System
February 3: Collateral Underwriter: First Feedback
January 27: Taking Success Into My Own Hands
January 20: Collateral Underwriter – Too Much Too Soon
January 14: Fannie Mae Warning Letters on the Rise
December 17: Oregon Board Sanctions AMC
December 3: USPAP, Retrospective Appraisals and the Titanic
November 19: Troubling Times at Fannie Mae
November 5: Case Closed: Appeal Dropped in ESA/Chase Bankruptcy
October 29: Appraisers, AMCs & Building Bridges
October 22: Complaints: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You
October 8: Adjustments: Your Opinion Doesn’t Count
September 24: Review Appraisal Liability
September 17: HUD Blacklisting: Guilty Until Proven Innocent
September 10: Appraisal Board Sanctions AMC for Late Payment
August 27: Highest and Best Use Analysis
August 20: Board Complaints: You Can’t Fight City Hall…Or Can You?
August 13: Blacklisted for Refusing Low Fees
July 31: 12,346 Appraisal Failures Every Week
July 22: Green Building – How Can We Know Value?
July 16: Court Certifies Class and Approves Nationwide Class Settlement for Review Appraisers
July 2: Overseas AMC Staff: Could I Speak to “Villiam?”
June 18: So You Want to Increase Business…
June 4: Trainees, Employees and How to Build a Business
May 28: State Board Moves to Curb Frivolous Complaints
May 21: Training the Future
April 30: We Need to Do What? Verifying AMC Licensing
April 23: Smoking Gun Allows Appraiser to Sue over Blacklisting
April 9: New Pressure: Agents Filing Complaints
March 26: Importance of Good Scope of Work
March 21: “Paperless” Appraising
March 12: Fannie Mae’s “Do Not Use” List
February 26: Top 5 Questions Asked of Appraisers and How to Answer
February 13: You Only Have to Make 700+/- Decisions in the Next Six Hours
February 5: Fighting Appraisal Board Complaints
January 26: Victory for Customary and Reasonable Fees in Louisiana
January 16: OCC: Lenders Responsible for AMCs
January 1, 2014: Beware of Consent Decrees
December 27, 2013: Positive Resolution to Chase Blacklisting Saga
December 18, 2013: “Low Bid” Appraisal – AMC Rebuttal
December 4, 2013: “Low Bid” Appraisal Ordering and Its Effect on Quality
November 27, 2013: Conversation with Fannie Mae
November 19, 2013: Feds to Reconsider Customary and Reasonable Fees – Maybe

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