Thirteen Appraiser Organizations Join a la mode’s Community Partnerships Program

The dominant national appraisal technology provider, a la mode (http://www.alamode.com), welcomes three more appraiser organizations today, to make a total of 13 Community Partners in its Community Partnerships Program. The new Community Partners include: Portland / Rose City Chapter of NAIFA (IFANW), Mississippi Coalition of Appraisers (MSCAPP), and Northern Colorado Association of Real Estate Appraisers (NCAREA).

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Naples, FL (PRWEB) August 27, 2014

The dominant national appraisal technology provider, a la mode (http://www.alamode.com), welcomes three more appraiser organizations today, to make a total of 13 Community Partners in its Community Partnerships Program. The new Community Partners include:

  •     Portland / Rose City Chapter of NAIFA (IFANW)
  •     Mississippi Coalition of Appraisers (MSCAPP)
  •     Northern Colorado Association of Real Estate Appraisers (NCAREA)

Organizations that a la mode already supports as Community Partners are:

  •     North Carolina Real Estate Appraiser Association (NCREAA)
  •     Association of Texas Appraisers (ATA)
  •     National Association of Appraisers (NAA)
  •     South Carolina Professional Appraisers Coalition (SCPAC)
  •     Colorado Association of Real Estate Appraisers (CAREA)
  •     Ohio Coalition of Appraisal Professionals (OCAP)
  •     WV Council of Appraiser Professionals (WVCAP)
  •     United Appraisers of Utah (UAU)
  •     Real Estate Appraisers Association (REAA)
  •     Coalition of Appraisers in Nevada (CAN)

The Community Partnerships Program gives real estate appraiser organizations tools to grow their ranks, reduce member and operating costs, and increase visibility. This is done through a la mode discounts for members, affinity partnerships that donate a portion of member purchases back to the organization, partnered education courses, sponsorship of organization events, and more. Through this program, a la mode provides help to appraisers that is unmatched.

“The Community Partnerships Program builds on our history of advocating for and supporting real estate appraisers and their organizations in ways that other appraisal software vendors haven’t,” said Jay Shafer, CEO of a la mode. “Having strong groups pushing appraiser-centric agendas at the local level, where it’s far more effective, is extremely important to the industry as a whole. These three new organizations, and the other 10 that have already joined, can count on our substantial financial and logistical support in taking the fight regarding appraisal issues to the state legislatures and business communities.”

Organizations interested in participating in the program can learn more and apply at http://www.alamode.com/community.

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Celebrating 29 years as a mission-critical workflow technology leader in the real estate and mortgage industries, a la mode's products are used by hundreds of thousands of appraisers, salespeople, inspectors, and lending professionals to power more than 50% of all residential real estate transactions in the US each year. a la mode's flagship product for the lending industry is its Mercury Network, the nation's premiere valuation Vender Management Platform with over 20,000 transactions a day. In the appraisal sector, its TOTAL desktop software line is dominant, used by more appraisers than all other brands combined. And in the agent market, a la mode's Broker Reciprocity and Analytics products enjoy top-tier direct access to MLS listings and sales data via integration contracts with local boards serving more than 500,000 licenses salespeople nationwide.

a la mode is headquartered in Naples, FL, with additional offices and approximately 200 employees located in Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, and Washington, DC. For more information about the company, visit http://www.alamode.com.

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