Wednesday, March 27, 2019

April 1st Edition of the Florida Real Estate Appraisal Board

Have you wondered what goes on during a meeting of an appraiser state regulatory board meeting? Is it worth your time to attend? Will anything be learned? Only you can decide, but it will be worth your time to tune into the LIVE STREAM of the April Fool’s Day Edition of the Florida Real Estate Appraisal Board.

The disciplinary cases are always informative. The Respondents sometimes illustrate HOW NOT to act and respond to the complaint, and answer questions posed by FREAB members. The FIRST case on the Legal Docket, the special Teleconference Agenda, Legal Agenda-A, may be entertaining, informative, and fulfill your expectations for April Fool’s Day.

The Division of Administrative Hearings has relinquished jurisdiction to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation. An informal hearing on the case is scheduled for 8:30 A.M. on Monday, April 1, 2019. 

HERE is a copy of the Administrative Complaint. The Division of Administrative Hearings DOCKET for the case has links to documents relevant to the case. One example of the appraiser’s responses to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Division of Real Estate, can be found at this LINK.

If you are near a computer on April 1, 2019, tune in to the LIVE STREAM at 8:30 A.M. It should make your day.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

So, and....? It looks like he won! I see no discipline on his license. Why are you highlighting this? You have something against this appraiser?This looks extremely biased and unprofessional on your part. Why?

Frank Gregoire said...

just reporting the news. Florida has issued a final order for the case. It has not yet been reflected on the DBPR site. Other states have also issued final orders. Michigan and New York have revoked the license. Pennsylvania has suspended the license. https://www.asc.gov/Pages/AppraiserDetail.aspx?key=yqJhDpm-6nMNBTXpHFV4IRH-eefTCu5KocDTbxpMMZ3Y-yd4nNSltC5hcKTKoKQ9Vw1WVlQKwMdBC2itMcOAog**