Working with a community of other appraisers as a virtual network not only improves service quality and turn times in the industry, but also helps you grow your business. Join Anow, the leading software for real estate appraisal offices, for a free webinar on April 16th where you'll learn the answer to these questions and more...
What is an Appraiser Service Network and how are they constructed?
How do you grow your business to service lenders, realtors and commercial clients?
What are the biggest barriers to implementing service networks and how do you overcome them?
COO of Anow
Keith Ellis has been an executive in the technology industry for over 30 years, whose career started with the industry trend-watcher International Data Corporation. More recently he has held roles as CEO, COO, board member, investor, theA100.org member, or mentor to various technology companies. He sits on the board of the global certification body International Institute of Business Analysis, holds an undergraduate business degree from Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada and MSc in Computer Science from Lancaster University in the UK.
SRA, ASA, IFA
TJ McCarthy, SRA, ASA, IFA is president and owner of Accurity T. J. McCarthy & Associates, Ltd.
He began his appraisal career in 1977 and holds the SRA designation with the Appraisal Institute and the ASA and IFA designations with the American Society of Appraisers. In 1991, TJ became the first appraiser in the State of Illinois to pass the real estate appraiser exam and receive his license.
In 2004, TJ worked with the Fannie/Freddie appraisal forms development team, which rewrote all of the national appraisal forms used by lenders for Fannie/Freddie/HUD/VA appraisal assignments. In 2002 he was appointed by the State of Illinois to the Illinois Real Estate Appraisal Licensing Board with the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. TJ is an approved instructor for the Appraisal Institute and the American Society of Appraisers. He has written numerous appraisal courses, as well as industry articles for trade magazines and local newspapers on appraisal related topics.