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HUD Handbook 4000.1 and Appraisal Report and Data Delivery Guide

APB Valuation Advisories

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Association of Texas Appraisers ... Join Now!

Founded in 2006, The Association of Texas Appraisers was formed to provide reasonably priced, convenient continuing education and professional networking opportunities for real estate appraisers and other interested parties within the State of Texas; to establish and maintain minimum requirements for membership; to confer membership designations to properly qualified appraisers; and to serve the needs of its members.

Recent New Members          

    • Robert Blaine, Waxahachie
    • Brandon Brunson, Sugar Land
    • Angela Cromwell, Arlington
    • Cynthia Dennen, Round Rock
    • Brandi Dunagan, San Antonio
    • Michael Gentilini, Mesquite
    • Jim Hatchett, Jr., Abilene
    • David Jones, Austin
    • Humberto Martinez, Hebbronville
    • George May, Sweetwater
    • Austin Pretiger
    • Cliff Reeves, Bartonville
    • Dustin Riggs, Austin
    • Dequan Song, Missouri City
    • Taylor Sturgis, Abilene
    • Johnny Tate, Stephenville
    • Ron Turner, Tomball
    • Russell Tucker, El Lago
    • Sherry York, Whitney

ATA Awards

Congratulations to ATA Award Winners:

Andy Arledge, ATA-R
2017 Appraiser of the Year & West Texas Area

Robert Partin, ATA-R
2017 Houston Area

Chris Davis
2017 Central Texas Area

Click here to download the ATA Awards guidelines and application.

Pospisil Scholarship Fund

Click here to download the Pospisil Scholarship guidelines and application.

Meeting Schedule

Date Type/Location
November 18 Appraising After a Natural Disaster
January 19, 2018 Rio Grande Valley Meeting, Pharr
February 16-17, 2018 12th Mid-Year Meeting, New Braunfels
TBD, 2018 Houston Area
TBD, 2018 - 13th Annual Meeting Dallas Area

Integrity and Professionalism

Curt Myrick, ATA-R (Austin), President

    The Association of Texas Appraisers (ATA) promotes a higher standard of integrity and professionalism in the appraisal industry and serves as an industry wide clearinghouse and provides an opportunity to share appraisal industry practices as well as build a network of associates with expertise throughout the state.


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