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|Appraisal Process Report|
|9/13/2023 11:09 AM|
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|Ask an Appraiser Webinar|
|8/29/2023 6:12 PM|
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|NAR Responds to Proposed Rule on Automated Valuation Models|
|8/22/2023 5:22 PM|
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|6/2/2023 3:13 PM|
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|NAR Applauds White House Task Force for Changes to Address Appraisal Bias|
|6/1/2023 1:00 PM|
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|5/24/2023 9:52 AM|
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