RICHMOND, VA - August 31, 2008 - (RealEstateRama) — The Virginia Real Estate Appraiser Board revoked the license of a residential appraiser at its most recent meeting on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. Below is a summary of the Board’s action.
Copies of file orders are available online at www.dpor.virginia.gov under “License Lookup.” Fines are deposited directly into the state Literary Fund, which is used solely for public education purposes such as school construction, renovation, and teacher retirement funding.
TRACY ANN FARRELL
File Number 2008-02236
VIOLATION – Farrell violated the Board’s regulations by virtue of her misdemeanor conviction for embezzlement. In addition, Farrell failed to notify the Board of the conviction.
BOARD ACTION – Revocation of License No. 4001008656.
About DPOR and the Real Estate Appraiser Board:
The Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR) administers and enforces laws regulating nearly 40 occupations and professions. The agency licenses or certifies more than 300,000 individuals and businesses ranging from architects and contractors to cosmetologists and professional wrestlers.
The nine-member Real Estate Appraiser Board – composed of six licensed real estate appraisers, a mortgage lender representative, and two citizen appointees – licenses nearly 4,300 Virginia businesses and individuals who estimate the value of real estate.
For more information, visit DPOR online at www.dpor.virginia.gov.
CONTACT: Mary Broz Vaughan
Director of Communications, Legislation & Consumer Education
(804) 367-9142 or Mary.Broz-Vaughan (at) dpor.virginia (dot) gov
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