There’s a New Feather in Hosking Appraisal Group’s Cap

By Michael Hosking, Senior Appraiser

 

As a proud veteran of the US Navy, I’m honored and humbled to stand with veterans and current military personnel serving all branches of the US Armed Forces. The freedom we Americans enjoy – and often take for granted – has been bought and paid for by the blood, grueling commitment, and sacrifice of millions of American men and women.

So when the opportunity arose to apply for admission onto the VA Appraisal Panel (the most difficult appraisal committee to be accepted onto in property valuation), I was again honored to begin the process.

Residential Property Appraiser

In order to become a VA Fee Appraiser, Hosking Appraisal Group must be considered one of the highest quality residential real estate appraisers. An appraiser cannot simply request to be on the panel in order to gain access. It takes excellence in business. As senior appraiser and president of Hosking Appraisal Group, the buck stops with me. We’ve spent 15+ years submitting accurate, top-rate residential appraisals for every client. Appraisals are thoroughly analyzed by our team before they leave our office, and they’ve been delivered on-time every time.

US Navy Veteran logoThe certification/continuing education process for a California property appraiser is ongoing, even grueling at times. Hosking Appraisal Group is – and always has been – current with the latest certifications, modifications, and changing legalities in the appraisal process. Our goal is to be the highest quality residential property appraiser in the Inland Empire. We’re proud of our efforts. We won’t stop until we’re there. And we’re now one step closer …

As a member of the VA Appraisal Panel, I am once again honored and humbled to help my fellow veterans. This time it’s off the base and battlefield; it’s at home.

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