November 1, 2023
RSDS Appraisal Diversity, a national real estate appraisal firm, is proud of Chief Appraiser Robbie Wilson, who participated in the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council’s (FFIEC) third Appraisal Subcommittee hearing on November 1, 2023. The event was hosted at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Headquarters in Washington, DC.
The FFIEC’s Appraisal Subcommittee hearing is a significant gathering of industry experts, regulators, and stakeholders to discuss crucial issues related to real estate appraisals. This event is a platform for sharing insights, addressing challenges, and promoting transparency and accountability in appraisal practice.
As the Chief Appraiser at RSDS Appraisal Diversity, Robbie brings a wealth of experience and expertise. With a deep understanding of the real estate industry and a commitment to promoting diversity and fairness in appraisals, Robbie contributed valuable insights to the discussions.
“We were thrilled to have Robbie representing RSDS Appraisal Diversity at the FFIEC’s Appraisal Subcommittee hearing,” said Randy Flowers, President of Operations at RSDS Appraisal Diversity. “Our representation in the hearing underscores our commitment to driving positive change in the appraisal industry and ensuring fair and accurate valuations for all. Robbie’s commitment to promoting access and breaking down barriers to entry are critical to Robbie and the RSDS mission.”
During the hearing, Robbie actively engaged in discussions on appraisal standards, regulatory compliance, and the impact of technology on the appraisal practice. Discussions also focused on rural and tribal land appraisals and the barriers to entry for potential future appraisers. By sharing Robbie’s professional expertise and perspectives, the committee aims to contribute to developing effective strategies and policies that benefit the industry as a whole.
Recording of the hearing can be found below.