M. Lance Coyle, MAI, SRA, of Dallas was nominated for 2013 Appraisal Institute vice president by the AI National Nominating Committee at its May 6 meeting in Chicago.
National Nominating Committee Chair Joseph C. Magdziarz, MAI, SRA, announced the committee’s decision to the Board of Directors at its May 7-8 meeting in Chicago. Board members may file petitions for additional nominees until mid-June.
The Appraisal Institute Bylaws , Article X Part C, say, in part: “(A)dditional nomination(s) for Vice President or any other vacant Officer position(s) not filled by automatic succession may be received from the Board of Directors, provided a written petition signed by at least twenty percent (20%) of the Directors is delivered in writing to the Chief Executive Officer no later than forty-five (45) days after the Nominating Committee’s submission of its nomination(s) to the Board.”
The AI Board of Directors will elect the 2013 Appraisal Institute vice president at its Aug. 4-5 meeting in San Diego.
Coyle is principal of Coyle Realty Advisors, a Dallas-based real estate services firm engaged in fee-based investment property valuation, analysis, research, expert witness testimony and counseling. He has been engaged in valuation and counseling of investment real estate since 1985. He currently concentrates on providing support in real estate litigation cases, and has been a guest lecturer and author for several eminent domain conferences.
Coyle served as president of the North Texas Chapter of the Appraisal Institute (2000)and was a member of the Region VIII Committee for multiple years. He was a member of the national Board of Directors (2003-05) and served as chair of Region VIII (2005). He teaches AI qualifying and advanced education courses, and is certified by the Appraiser Qualifications Board of The Appraisal Foundation to teach the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.
Coyle served as chair of the Appraisal Institute’s Education Committee (2009-10) and currently serves as chair of AI’s Strategic Planning Committee. He was a reviewer of two Appraisal Institute books – Market Analysis for Real Estate and Real Estate Damages — and was part of the development team for the Advanced Concepts course. He received the Appraisal Institute’s regional “Volunteer of Distinction” monthly award in 2010.
Coyle is a 1974 graduate of Texas Christian University. He has held the MAI designation from the Appraisal Institute since 1990 and is a member of the CCIM Institute, holding that organization’s CCIM designation since 1997. Coyle is a Texas certified general real estate appraiser and has a Texas real estate broker's license.