MAI Appraisers - Dallas, Fort Worth, Texas
Mark Lowery currently holds the
MAI Designation and is in compliance with all continuing education requirements.
The MAI membership designation is held by appraisers who are experienced in the
valuation and evaluation of commercial, industrial, residential and other types
of properties, and who advise clients on real estate investment decisions.
The MAI is a registered trademark of the Appraisal Institute. The
Appraisal Institute is an international membership association of professional
real estate appraisers, with more than 18,000 members and 99 chapters throughout
the United States, Canada and abroad. Its mission is to support and advance its
members as the choice for real estate solutions and uphold professional credentials,
standards of professional practice and ethics consistent with the public good.
The MAI designation, its most prestigious, is held by appraisers who are experienced
in the valuation of commercial, industrial, residential, and other types of property
and who advise clients on real estate investment decisions. To maintain the MAI
designation, 100 hours of continuing real estate educaton is required every 5 years.
Because of its rigorous requirements and commitment to providing valuable information,
continuing education and the valuable resources to its members, you can be confident
and appraiser with an MAI designation will provide you with the very highest quality
service on virtually any appraisal assignment, even the most complex commercial
The current requirements for the MAI designation are:
- Pass rigorous education requirements
- Pass a final comprehensive examination
- Submit specialized experience which must meet strict criteria
- Receive credit for a demonstration appraisal report
- Conduct his or her professional activities in accordance with the Appraisal Institute’s
Code of Professional Ethics and are subject to a peer review process, which enforces
the Code of Professional Ethics
- Appraisal Institute MAI members are required to adhere to strict continuing education
requirements to ensure they are up-to-date with the evolving real estate field.