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Bylaws This document contains the bylaws for Delaware Association of Appraisers. It contains the objectives, membership rules, officer and board of director obligations, and further details of the organization.
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DAA EARNS 1% from your purchases with a la mode USE DAA AFFINITY CODE: AFFDAA ---- The DAA received $509.19 in 2015 from the a la mode Community Partnership Program! Affinity partners - Get real cash to fund your organization (on top of sponsorships). We fully expect to give hundreds of thousands of dollars to appraisal organizations through this system. What's more is that we want to. When you become an Affinity Partner, proceeds from your members' a la mode purchases go straight to your organization. It doesn't matter if they are new purchases or renewals (even early renewals count). It's a simple way for you to earn much-needed funding from software purchases your members already make each year. How it works: 1. We'll give you a "Give Back" code that's branded to your organization. 2. Share it with all of your members. 3. Every time one of your members - or any appraiser for that matter - uses your code when they place an order, your organization gets a percentage of the purchase. These aren't credits either. They're quarterly cash back rewards that you'll see deposited in an account of your organization's choosing. It's real cash for you to use however your organization sees fit.
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Network of State Appraiser Organizations DAA is part of the NSAO which started in 2014 and consists of 22 independent state professional organizations. The group, which functions as a network rather than a formal organization, focuses on identifying appraisal issues to improve and elevate the appraisal profession. Beverly Wilson, President of the DAA, attended the latest meeting the NSAO in Washington, DC on October 16, 2015. Attached is information from that meeting. The DAA invites its members to voice their opinions and identify appraisal profession issues to
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Appraisal Subcommittee The Appraisal Subcommittee's (ASC) Mission is to: (1) oversee the appraiser regulatory programs established by the States, Territories and the District of Columbia (States); (2) monitor the requirements addressing appraisal standards for federal financial institutions; (3) maintain the National Registry of State certified and licensed appraisers; and (4) monitor and review operations of the Appraisal Foundation.

Delaware Council on Real Estate Appraisers The Division of Professional Regulation provides administrative and investigative support for 35 boards and commissions that regulate 53 professions, trades, and events. This website provides comprehensive information about licensure for each profession, trade and event that the Division regulates. This information includes requirements, forms, fees, license law, Rules and Regulations, meetings, and frequently asked questions (FAQs).

FANNIE MAE Fannie Mae's Single-Family mortgage business works with a nationwide network of lenders, servicers, and other industry participants. Together, they help serve the need for liquidity, stability, and affordability in the U.S. mortgage finance market. See a list of available Single-Family sections of content on the Business Portal, including technology applications, Selling and Servicing Guide resources, and training.

HUD/FHA Check out the website of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development if you're looking to Buy a Home, Avoid Foreclosure, Search for an Affordable Apartment, Find Rental Assistance, Access the Real Estate Assessment Center (REAC) System, Talk to a Housing Counselor, Apply for a Grant, File a Fair Housing Discrimination Complaint, Access the Limited Denials of Participation List, or Find My Local Public Housing Agency (PHA).

Appraisal Foundation The Appraisal Foundation is dedicated to promoting professionalism and ensuring public trust in the valuation profession. This is accomplished through the promulgation of standards, appraiser qualifications, and guidance regarding valuation methods and techniques.

Sussex County Association of Realtors The Sussex County Association of REALTORS® is one of four professional REALTOR® trade associations in Delaware for individuals involved in the real estate industry, allied industries, and firms. It is composed of a REALTOR® membership which averages between 1180 and 1240 REALTORS® which practice in one of the over 100 real estate offices in Sussex County and surrounding areas.

Kent County Association of Realtors The Kent County Association of REALTORs®, established in 1945, is the central source of real estate information and services in the county. It is a trade association of the individuals engaged in various aspects of the real estate business with primary membership being licensed REALTORS® who: Provide expertise and professional services to the general public in the purchase, sale and/or lease of all types of real property, as well as services to KCAR members. Work cooperatively with lawmakers and the Local, State and National Associations of REALTORS® to preserve private property rights-the right to own, transfer and use real property.

New Castle County Board of Realtors The New Castle County Board of REALTORS® is a trade association representing over 1,900 REALTOR® and Affiliate members, the best and brightest within New Castle County. NCCBOR is affiliated with the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) and the Delaware Association of REALTORS® (DAR).

Dodd-Frank The Dodd-Frank Act has broad and deep implications that will touch every corner of financial services and multiple other industries. This site, developed and maintained by attorneys at Leonard, Street and Deinard, is dedicated to making sense of this complex legislation and helping businesses understand how it will affect them specifically.