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  • Ask an Instructor: Effective Dates in Light of COVID-19 Ask an Instructor: Effective Dates in Light of COVID-19 Monday, April 13, 2020 in Ask an Instructor ISA members are invited to send in their questions on all things appraising and education to ISA’s instructors. One of ISA’s instructors will share answers on the ISA Blog. View More
  • Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board New Website Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board New Website Monday, April 13, 2020 in News In March, CCPERB announced that its new website is now live. The Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board’s website provides new and updated information. View More
  • Tips for Appraisal Reports During COVID-19 Tips for Appraisal Reports During COVID-19 Thursday, April 2, 2020 in Education Because social distancing and stay-at-home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic are making it difficult for appraisers to complete reports as normal, we have provided the below information to include in your report to acknowledge the situation. View More
  • Offering You Free Access to Our Webinar Library Offering You Free Access to Our Webinar Library Tuesday, March 24, 2020 in News With many of us practicing social distancing and staying home due to COVID-19, we are offering you free access to ISA’s library of over 50 pre-recorded webinars now through April 30. We want to give back to you in this difficult time by making it easier to deepen your appraising knowledge and learn about new topics. View More
  • Statement Regarding Assets Cancellation Statement Regarding Assets Cancellation Tuesday, March 17, 2020 in News After spending the past few weeks monitoring the situation with COVID-19, the ISA board, Conference Committee, and I have made the difficult decision to cancel Assets 2020, which was scheduled to take place next month in Denver, Colorado. I appreciate your patience as we take the necessary steps as an organization to work through this cancellation. There is no action you need to take right now. View More
  • The Uncertain Chinese Art Market The Uncertain Chinese Art Market Tuesday, March 10, 2020 in Education An essential part of every appraisal report is the inclusion of current art market information explaining the factors, both local and global, which can affect an appraiser's valuations. Today, uncertainty surrounds the Chinese art market because Mainland Chinese buyers who are its driving force have been affected by two major challenges: the political unrest and protests in Hong Kong and the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). View More
  • Ask an Appraiser: Qualified Appraiser Statement and the Appraiser Declaration Ask an Appraiser: Qualified Appraiser Statement and the Appraiser Declaration Tuesday, March 10, 2020 in Ask an Instructor ISA members are invited to send in their questions on all things appraising and education to ISA's instructors. One of ISA's instructors will share answers on the ISA Blog. View More
  • Pre- and Post-Conference Courses at Assets 2020 Pre- and Post-Conference Courses at Assets 2020 Tuesday, February 25, 2020 in Conference Along with the fabulous presentations and panels that Assets 2020 will present, ISA is also hosting an additional three courses for appraisers to take advantage of while in Denver. View More
  • Perfection is Impossible: Understanding Competence Under USPAP Perfection is Impossible: Understanding Competence Under USPAP Tuesday, February 18, 2020 in Education When I teach ISA members on the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) in the 15 Hour and 7 Hour courses, I like to stress a key point of the Competency Rule: Perfection is impossible to attain, and competence does not require perfection. View More
  • Ask an Instructor: IRS Form 8283 Ask an Instructor: IRS Form 8283 Tuesday, February 18, 2020 in Ask an Instructor ISA members are invited to send in their questions on all things appraising and education to ISA's instructors. One of ISA's instructors will share answers on the ISA Blog. View More