Certified Appraiser Dave Maloney Releases Series of YouTube Training Videos for Appraisers This free series of YouTube how-to videos addresses often-misunderstood issues relating to USPAP and the practice of personal property appraising.
News-Antique.com - Dec 02,2011 - With over 30 years experience as an appraiser, appraisal book author and appraisal course designer and instructor, certified appraiser Dave Maloney has launched a series of free YouTube training videos for the personal property appraiser. This growing number of videos coincides with the publication of the 5th edition of Maloney's award-winning book, "Appraising Personal Property: Principles & Methodology." (http://www.appraislcourseassociates.com/bookstore.htm)
"Over the years I've come to recognize several areas of USPAP or the appraisal practice about which there are misunderstandings or there is confusion," said Maloney. "My series of videos currently addresses the Appraisal Process, Problem Identification, how to disclose Scope of Work in the appraisal report, and even a seventeen-minute description of if, when and how the appraiser complies with USPAP," he continued.
To view the videos visit http://www.youtube.com/asktheappraiser.
About the Author: David Maloney is a Certified personal property appraiser with over thirty years of experience. A veteran appraisal course writer and instructor, he is the recipient of numerous honors including the International Society of Appraisers' (ISA) Lifetime Achievement Award. Maloney has served as President of the Association of Online Appraisers, as Vice President of the ISA, on the Board of Directors of the Claims Prevention and Procedure Council, and as Chairman of the Emerging Issues Committee of The Appraisal Foundation Advisory Council. In addition, for fourteen years he authored "Maloney's Antiques & Collectibles Resource Directory" (now online at MaloneysDirectory.com), hailed as a "Best Reference" by the Library Journal. Most recently he authored the online courses "How to Write Appraisal Reports" and "The Complete Online Course to Personal Property Appraising (Featuring USPAP)". He was also instrumental in writing and designing Appraisal Course Associates' "Online USPAP Update Courses." Learn more about the book as well as these ground-breaking online courses for the personal property appraiser at AppraisalCourseAssociates.com.