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Leadership Resource Registry

Indicate your areas of interest and expertise in the Appraisal Institute Leadership Resource Registry, and volunteer to serve at the Chapter, Regional, or National level by clicking on the link below.  Submissions for 2020 National committee service are due no later than end of day August 1, 2019.


AI Candidate Advisor Program!

Become an AI Candidate Advisor! The Appraisal Institute is seeking Designated members to serve as AI Advisors for Candidates for Designation. To become an Advisor, you need merely take a short (less than one hour) online orientation. You can choose how many Candidates you'd like to advise. Each Candidate will require a minimum of just four phone calls, emails or visits per year.

By encouraging AI Candidates for Designation and monitoring their progress as needed -- encouraging Candidates to manage their own learning and guiding them to appropriate resources -- you will help secure the future of the Appraisal Institute and will help elevate the professionalism of other appraisers.

You could earn up to 125 points of AI CE credit!


Appraisal Institute Education and Relief Foundation

The Appraisal Institute Education and Relief Foundation (AIERF) was born out of the 2018 union of the AI Education Trust and AI Relief Foundation in order to most effectively and efficiently serve real estate appraisal professionals now and into the future.

For more than 50 years, the Appraisal Institute Education Trust (AIET) fostered the advancement of the real estate appraisal profession and played a critical role in supporting valuation education. AIET supported a vast range of initiatives, from world-renowned resources such as the Y.T. and Louise Lee Lum Library, to programs that will help secure the future of the valuation industry, including research grants and scholarships.

Since the formation of the Appraisal Institute Relief Foundation (AIRF) following the 2005 Gulf Coast hurricanes, more than $300,000 in emergency financial assistance has been provided to appraisers and other individuals in need.

Looking to the future, the AI Education and Relief Foundation will continue to seek opportunities to support and promote the profession of real estate valuation and the individuals who comprise the profession.



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