Welcome to the new website for the American Guild of Appraisers. With our new look we are very excited to have the opportunity to continue expanding our abilities to offer better communication and new services to our members who are the professional appraisers throughout the United States.
Please take a look at the articles, information and links that will provide you with the best, most current data from our changing marketplace.As our motto indicates, not only do we value our members but, “We Value America’s Future”.
Affiliation The American Guild of Appraisers is Guild number 44 of the Office and Professional Employees International Union, one of the 56 unions of AFL-CIO.
Regions Local expertise, local issues, local action. AGA activities and memberships are organized regionally. Connect with a chapter or concern near you.
Events & Gatherings Local chapter activities, up-coming meetings and events of interest.
Membership Benefits AGA membership is available to licensed and certified appraisers. Many state coalitions are choosing to affiliate with the AGA to increase their lobbying power and to bring additional benefits to their members.
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Pete Vidi, President of the AGA speaks at the 26th Convention of the OPEIU about AGA's objectives to help the Appraisers and Appraiser Industry
New York, NY (January 15, 2014) -- After a fight that lasted more than fifteen months, involving Chase Manhattan Bank, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), American Guild of Appraisers (AGA) member John Dingeman was vindicated when Chase agreed to reinstate him to be eligible for appraisal assignments. AGA is an affiliate of the Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU), AFL-CIO.
Editor's Note: Nearly two years have passed since Working RE first reported the story of John Dingeman, an appraiser who faced the difficult choice of either violating USPAP's Confidentiality Section or suffering the wrath of JP Morgan Chase by refusing. Finally, this holiday season, there is some good news to share. Positive Resolution to Chase Blacklisting Saga by Isaac Peck, Associate Editor
AGA Member Spot-light Interview, August 5, 2013Interview between Lori Noble, West Virgina Appraiser, and President of West Virgina Council of Appraiser Professionalsand Leo Regensburger, AGA National Member Coordinator