Lenders, vendors, regulators and other valuation professionals from across the country are gathering for the bi-annual Valuations Expo in Orlando, Florida. The conference, which takes place March 18-20, is the country’s largest gathering of real estate appraisers.
As repeat exhibitors, TSI Appraisal will welcome visitors to its booth with popular giveaways and even a sweepstakes featuring a brand-name smart watch. They will also capture the occasion to show appreciation to its staff appraisers and fee panel appraisers with an invitation-only meet and greet cocktail event with more special gifts. The evening will provide an opportunity for guests to network and socialize.
“The appreciation event is a reflection of our culture,” said TSI Appraisal Team Leader Raul Soto. “It’s important to us to connect with and thank the people who help us provide the best client experience possible.”
At the Expo, the sweepstakes and giveaways hope to create a lively buzz around the showroom booth. At past events, current staff and panel stopped by to offer positive feedback on how TSI Appraisal makes doing a great job easier for them with the use of such proprietary tools as the My Appraisals App and the My Appraisal Connection order management platform.
“The conference is an exciting way to interact with current and prospective staff and fee panel appraisers,” Soto said. “The event is always a great way to make new relationships and strengthen current ones.”
About TSI Appraisal℠
Based in Detroit, TSI Appraisal℠ (www.tsiappraisal.com), a division of Title Source (www.titlesource.com), is a leading Appraisal Management Company (AMC) that provides a variety of valuation products and services nationwide. TSI Appraisal facilitates over 500,000 appraisals annually, making us one of the country’s largest AMCs. We utilize industry “best practices,” advanced data analytic tools and employ an unparalleled commitment to customer service. All appraisals are audited to guarantee compliance with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), the Financial Institutions Reform Recovery and Enforcement Act guidelines (FIRREA) and Dodd-Frank regulations.