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About This Webinar
We’ve heard a lot of questions being asked about ProxyPics and how this service can specifically help appraisers. During this webinar, we will answer these questions and why Luke Tomaszewski, an appraiser himself and founder of ProxyPics developed this service. We will also have industry expert attorney, Craig Capilla on the webinar to answer any USPAP questions that relate to the ProxyPics. We look forward to hearing your suggestions and feedback on the service.
Webinar ID
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Presenters
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    Craig Capilla
    Attorney
    Craig Capilla is a trial defense lawyer who draws his experience from leading almost 1,000 appraiser-related cases. Starting in real estate law, he transitioned to Illinois’ professional regulation agency as a real estate prosecutor in 2008, resolving hundreds of appraiser cases and bringing over 60 to trial. Craig is part of the prestigious professional liability focused, Franklin Law Group.
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    Luke Tomaszewski
    CEO of ProxyPics
    Luke Tomaszewski is CEO and founder of ProxyPics, Inc a new tech company located in Chicago, IL and CEO of eValuation ZONE, Inc. An appraiser in his own right, Luke has years of real-world experience and knows exactly what is needed to make each transaction as efficient as possible. ProxyPics, is a new app designed to make region specific photography available to all, utilizing his second US patent. Luke aims to change the way homes are photographed for mortgage needs in the digital age. Luke started in the appraisal industry 15 years ago and has always been excited about developing new and exciting things that will change the industry for the better. His first hybrid appraisal form was developed over 4 years ago and one of the first companies to Beta test ACI Sky with a custom BPO form. Luke is always pushing the industry forward while presenting over the last two years as a guest speaker at the AARO Conference (Association of Appraiser Regulatory Officials) on the future education for appraisers and most recently on the technology with Virtual Reality Inspections.