November 3, 2015 – I attended the 4th annual AEI/CRN conference last week. Instead of me trying to summarize what all of the great speakers said, you can go to the link below to see the presentations.
The speakers and people in attendance are major players in the residential real estate industry. They recognize the appraisal process is broken and the current appraisal report is basically useless. Major change is needed and I believe it will be these people who make it occur.
I encourage you to take the time to listen to the presenters and read their presentations.
The email below is from the AEI:
Thank you for your interest and participation in AEI’s recent event “Fourth annual international conference on housing risk: New risk measures and their applications.” We wanted to share the event summary and video with you; please feel free to share these with friends or colleagues.You can also view all of the presentations from the conference.
Learn more about the Wealth Building Home Loan, Edward Pinto and Stephen Oliner’s revolutionary approach to low-income home finance, which has received rave reviews in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Reuters, among other outlets.
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