We are very happy to announce that Ben Rumsey, MAI has received his Right of Way certification from IRWA. This will help Pacific Appraisers to continue its expansion into non lender appraisal markets.
Pacific Appraisers is looking to hire two staff residential appraisers. The positions would be located in the Central Valley (Fresno, Visalia, Bakersfield) and the Monterey Bay Area. Interested candidates please email firstname.lastname@example.org . To learn more about Pacific Appraisers visit our website at – www.pacificappraisers.com
Ryan Whitelaw MAI and Ben Rumsey MAI from Pacific Appraisers have joined IRWA (International Right Away Association). IRWA has served professionals who acquire, manage and transfer the land rights needed for building and maintaining energy and transportation infrastructure. Click her for more information.
The Pacific Appraisers Team will be attending the 2018 Northern California Appraisal Institute Annual Fall Conference.
2018 marks the 68th consecutive year that the Northern California Chapter has presented its award-winning Annual Fall Conference.
Fall Conference is the real estate appraisal profession’s longest-running and highest-rated one-day continuing education & networking event on the West Coast. Our conference consistently draws over 250 participants and features the real estate profession’s “most in-the-know” presenters. Our topics will keep you informed of the latest developments that affect your profession, your profitability, your business – your future.
Approved for 6-hours of BREA, Appraisal Institute and SBE training credit; applications for credit from the States of Washington and Oregon have been submitted. Typically ASA, ASFMRA and IRWA offer reciprocal credit for AI approved offerings.
Our 2018 venue offers onsite FREE parking and complimentary shuttle service from BART and Caltrain. Watch for more details when the registration materials become available.
State lawmakers are now making moves to alleviate California’s soaring rents and home prices. The bills being deliberated cover permanent housing for the homeless, new zoning rules to allow apartments on BART parking lots, and workarounds for the $10,000 federal cap on state and local tax deductions.
Assembly Bill 2162 would fast-track housing developments for the homeless and disabled that can be delayed or derailed by local politics. The bill would also allow for affordable leases on apartments.
Assembly Bill 2923 aims to allow housing development on BART’s parking lots. David Chiu, who leads the Assembly’s housing committee, states that “Given the twin housing and congestion crises, building housing next to major transit is simply common sense.” However, this bill faces stiff opposition from many of the affected cities.
Senate Bill 227 seeks to create a workaround the on $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions that came about as a result of the federal overhaul of the tax code earlier this year. The bill would allow for Californians to make contributions to school districts, charter schools, and community colleges in exchange for state tax credits, which could be fully deducted from their federal taxes.
The most anticipated new housing community in the Sacramento region goes “vertical” next week south of Highway 50 in Folsom with the construction of model homes, followed by homes for sale.
The project site is massive at 3,300 acres, just south of the freeway and north of White Rock Road, between Prairie City Road and the El Dorado County line. It will contain nearly 11,000 homes and apartments, three public schools, two fire stations, a police station and 82 acres of office and commercial buildings.
The community ultimately will house 25,000 residents, enlarging the city of Folsom by one-third. It will bring new home-buying opportunities, but also growth pains.