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As the Appraisal Institute continues to monitor guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, AI is taking seriously the health, safety and well-being of its professionals, customers and staff during the coronavirus pandemic.
In this fluid environment, the Appraisal Institute encourages its professionals to remain aware of developments and resources offered by health professionals and public health organizations and to respond accordingly.
Please Click Here to see the Appraisal Institute's latest updates and documents concerning COVID-19.

Welcome to the Ohio Chapter of the Appraisal Institute.  We are a professional organization which now includes just under 500 leading practitioners of real estate appraisal and consulting serving the Buckeye State.  Please take a look at our educational offerings and "find an appraiser" links.  Our Chapter is home to some of the finest instructors in the industry, and our quarterly Chapter meetings offer timely and engaging mini-seminars on a wide range of real estate appraisal topics.

The Ohio Chapter is proud to be a part of the Appraisal Institute.  Our chapter professionals are committed to the highest standard of professional appraisal practice and have been tested and trained to the highest levels of educational standards in the business.  Confident in our rigorous standards of appraisal practice, we are dedicated to maintaining the highest level of professionalism and quality through a commitment to life-long learning.  We encourage you to consider the benefits of the Appraisal Institute if you are looking for an appraiser or an appraisal career.     

Note from the 2020 Ohio Chapter President

Shannon Weaver, President

Hi all!

I'm honored to serve as chapter president this year. As always, we have a great board and volunteers serving and I look forward to an exciting 2020.

In 2020, the chapter will continue with many of the successful policies of years past. This will include the “no cancelation” policy for our educational offerings as well as continued efforts to reach out to membership with networking opportunities. The Residential Roundtables have been well attended by both members and non-members and have been a great addition to our Chapter Developed Offerings. Immediate Past President Megan Glosser’s efforts last year working with state and educational institutions in streamlining some qualifying education for undergraduates in the real estate departments has been well received and hopefully we can continue that momentum this year.

Education was well attended in 2019 and we hope that continues in 2020, with the first handful of courses so far having strong attendance, which we hope will continue.

So far, we have held two chapter business meetings/socials in conjunction with the USPAP offerings in 2020. Both were well attended. The next chapter meeting will be in Maumee on March 6, 2020 during the lunch break for the USPAP course. We plan to have a business meeting in Columbus in the fourth quarter.

A goal of mine for the year is to find additional ways, as a chapter, to give back. Last year we held a food drive at the Economic Seminar for a local food pantry and it went well for it being the first time. I would like to continue that attitude of generosity within our group and community, whether it be holding another food drive or helping a fellow member who may be going through a hardship. I look forward to exploring opportunities for us to give back and hearing your ideas on how you would like to see us do so.

If you are interested in getting more involved in the chapter or would like more information about events or education, please email me at shannon@laynereappraisals.com.

Respectfully Submitted,

Shannon L. Weaver, MAI
Ohio Chapter, AI

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