19th June 2012

Now Hiring Certified Staff Appraisers!

Now Hiring Certified Staff Appraisers!
Get a $500 Signing Bonus

Stop wondering when you will receive your next order and allow yourself the peace of mind of having stable work. Since 1987 we have provided quality valuation products throughout the United States. We offer the appraiser more than just a job; we provide an opportunity to prosper in a valuation career. Take shelter from the real estate industry storm and join our team! As our valued team member you will enjoy the following benefits:

90-day nonexclusive contract
Free CVR certification
$20/month cell phone credit
ACI software and 24/7 support team
Metro-West pays for Federal Insurance
Contributions Act (FICA) tax and Federal
Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) tax
Guaranteed biweekly paychecks
Errors & Omissions insurance
$15,000 life insurance policy paid for by
Free USPAP training
Medical insurance benefit program
Flexible spending account

Dental insurance
Access to tech support for home office PCs and all business software
Proactive and engaged marketing team developing new clients and creating new business
Vision insurance
401(k) retirement savings plan
Quality control appraisal advisors and status support available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. EST – 8 p.m. EST
Workers’ comp. insurance
Corporate partnership with DataMaster
Free USPAP training

Note: $500 signing bonus contingent upon the appraiser working in his or her new position at Metro-West for 90 days
after his or her first assignment.

For consideration please submit to careers@metrowestappr.com:

Two recent UAD sample appraisals (at least one 1004 w/MC form)
Coverage area

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19th June 2012

60 Minutes to investigate AMC issue

According to AppraiserNews.com, 60 minutes will be coming out with a report on two appraisal management companies in September, so keep your eyes peeled as more people become of the issues we appraisers face when dealing with Appraisal Management Companies.

In their investigative report they cover how and why they were created. Why appraisers dislike them and how the AMCs are eroding appraiser earnings and leading to inferior quality reports.

We look forward to this news piece to bring some light to the rest of the financial industry on how some AMCs are negatively influencing the profession.

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