Exam for Interns

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John G. Hirschy & Associates, Inc.
“Why do I want to take this Exam?”
1.
There will be relatively few that will take the exam, putting you in a better position to be
hired.
2.
Only those who do well on the exam will be considered for the position.
The exam is a two-way screening tool – revealing some of your skills and talents, and
providing you with some feeling for what the job will require.
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3.
The firm is a commercial real estate firm with the following primary operations.
Operations
Property Tax Consulting
Real Estate Appraisals
Brokerage
Property Management & Other Sources
Approx. % of
Revenue
69%
26%
1%
4%
A significant portion of the property tax consulting work is with residential property. The position is
open for a summer intern assisting with the residential accounts for property tax work. During the
summer months the firm is composed of the business owner, five to six full-time associates, and two
contractors. The summer internship is a full-time temporary position within the firm. The firm is
currently 27 years old. The firm is located in Coppell, to the northeast of the DFW Airport, in the Dallas,
Texas area.
The summer intern position is a full-time (40+ hours per week) position. There will be periods when the
workload will require approximately 50 hours per week. The employment period is from May 1, 2013
until the second week of July or so (when the work dwindles to a very low level). The firm completes a
substantial amount of property tax consulting business during the months of May, June and July. No
vacations will be permitted during these months. The summer intern, as a part of her/his responsibilities,
will be screening residential property tax accounts for over-assessment, developing cases for
presentations, signing-up new accounts as owners/managers call for property tax help and assisting in all
aspects of office work. Additionally, if an associate is licensed, he or she will be negotiating values with
Central Appraisal District staff appraisers and making presentations before Appraisal Review Boards.
(This is exciting work!!!)
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If the above description of the firm and position is attractive to you, please take the following exam. The
exam has two parts: Math & Maps; and Ethics, Business Practices, and Computers. The two parts of the
exam are not timed, but the exam should take roughly one to two hours to complete. Please type the
narrative answers using a computer. Return the exam to [email protected] You can also
mail the exam to P.O. Box 2009, Coppell, TX 75019 or fax it to (972) 304-0811. Please include your
resume with the exam. Thank you for your interest in the position.
INFORMATIVE EXAM FOR POTENTIAL
SUMMER ASSOCIATES
& SUMMER INTERNS
Date
APPLICANT MUST HAVE A GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF MICROSOFT WORD & EXCEL. A
GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF MICROSOFT ACCESS IS A SIGNIFICANT PLUS FOR
EMPLOYMENT. THERE IS NO REASON TO APPLY FOR THE POSITION UNLESS YOU
HAVE A GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF WORD & EXCEL.
MATH & MAPS
The ability to do basic real estate math and the ability to use maps, architectural and engineering
drawings are essential skills for the summer intern position within this firm. A deficiency in any
one area will disqualify the applicant for the position. Passing the exam does not qualify the
applicant for the position. The exam is one screening tool in seeking a qualified applicant for the
position. Passing the first and second parts of the exam qualify the applicant for further
consideration. You will need a financial calculator or know financial math for parts of the math
portion of the exam.
1. Basic Real Estate Math
2. Map / Plat Skills
Minimum Passing Grade
80%
80%
I certify that I have not received assistance from anyone nor any reference material (other than a
financial calculator) in answering the questions in this exam. I certify that the answers in the
following exam are from my personal efforts alone.
Signature
Please provide your name, home address, and phone numbers in the space below so that we can
let you know the results of the exam. Please provide a copy of your resume with the exam.
Thank you again, and good luck.
Name
Street
City, State ZIP
Phone Number
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 1: Math & Maps
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Basic Real Estate Math
1. A lot measuring 130 feet by 200 feet recently sold for $71,500. What was the selling price per
square foot?
A) $2.75
B) $5.50
C) $275
D) $550
2. A house has a living area of 1,900 square feet. An attached garage has a total area of 420 square
feet. The building has an expected life of 50 years and an effective age of five years. The lot is
worth $15,000. If it costs $50/SF to reproduce the living area and $25/SF to reproduce the garage
on a square foot basis, what is the indicated value of the property?
A) $94,950
B) $105,500
C) $109,950
D) $120,500
3. A property sold for $145,000 with $30,000 down and the balance in the form of a purchase-money
mortgage (seller financing) at 8 percent for 15 years with monthly payments. Shortly after the sale
of the property, the seller sold the mortgage to an investor for $105,000. The price paid by the
investor for the mortgage was based on the current market rate for mortgages. What is the cash
equivalent selling price for the property?
A) $105,000
B) $115,000
C) $145,000
D) $135,000
4. A commercial building leases for $3,000 per month. If the building's dimensions are 60 feet by 80
feet, what is the annual rent per square foot?
A) $0.63
B) $1.00
C) $7.50
D) $12.00
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 1: Math & Maps
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Basic Real Estate Math – Continued
5. A two-story office building leases for $16 per square foot per year. The first floor is 80 feet by 100
feet, and the second floor is 80 feet by 80 feet. What is the annual rent for the building?
A) $19,200
B) $128,000
C) $230,400
D) $256,000
6. A property has an assessed value of $45,000. If the assessment is 36% of market value, what is the
market value?
A) $45,000
B) $16,200
C) $125,000
D) None of the above
7. The annual property tax on a parcel of land is $756. The taxing authority assesses land at 60% of
its market value. If the tax rate is $1.80 per $100, what is the estimated market value of the land?
A) $42,000
B) $58,800
C) $70,000
D) $75,600
8. Which of the following is another word for average?
A) Mean
B) Median
C) Mode
D) Standard deviation
9. The mean of five house sales prices of $100,000, $75,000, $175,000, $200,000, and $150,000 is:
A) $140,000
B) $150,000
C) $700,000
D) $175,000
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 1: Math & Maps
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Basic Real Estate Math – Continued
10. The median of the house sales prices in question 9 is:
A) $140,000
B) $150,000
C) $700,000
D) $175,000
11. The aggregate of the house sales prices in question 9 is:
A) $140,000
B) $150,000
C) $700,000
D) $175,000
12. The difference between the highest and the lowest variants is the:
A) mean
B) mode
C) median
D) range
13. Ranking the variants from high to low, the center of all variants is the:
A) mean
B) mode
C) median
D) range
14. The most frequently occurring variant is the:
A) mean
B) mode
C) median
D) range
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 1: Math & Maps
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Basic Real Estate Math – Continued
The following drawing is for questions 14 through 16.
15. What is the square footage of the garage?
A) 96
B) 552
C) 648
D) 46
16. What is the square footage of the covered porch?
A) 72
B) 120
C) 192
D) 64
17. What is the square footage of the living area (whole building less garage and covered porch area)?
A) 3,107
B) 3,645
C) 3,525
D) 3,659
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 1: Math & Maps
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Basic Real Estate Math – Continued
18. What is the future value of $150 compounded annually at 15% in 15 years? (Round to the nearest
dollar.)
A) $1,221
B) $488
C) $7,137
D) $23
19. To determine the value in eight years of an investment of $10,000 at 10% interest compounded
annually, the applicable factor is:
A) 2.143589
B) 2.357948
C) 1.948717
D) 2.182875
20. Calculate the monthly payment required to amortize a loan of $270,000 at 9.5% interest for a term
of 40 years.
A) $218.72
B) $2,187.17
C) $221.43
D) $2,214
Bonus Question:
21. A property valued at $200,000 produces a net operating income of $24,000 per year. What
percentage of value (rate) does this property earn?
A) 10%
B) 12%
C) 15%
D) 8%
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 1: Math & Maps
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Map / Plat Skills
1. On a map, which direction is typically north?
A) Top of map
B) Bottom of map
C) Left side of map
D) Right side of map
E) None of the above
2. When traveling east on a road, and you want to turn south at a cross-street, which way would you
turn?
A) Left
B) Right
3. How would you rate your ability to use a street map, and to find your way around a community by
the use of a street map?
A) Excellent (Parachute me anyplace in the world, and I can find my way home by the use of maps
alone (no directions from the locals))
B) Good (Tell me the address, and the map will tell me how to get there)
C) Average (Tell me the address, outline the route to get there, and I can get there)
D) Fair (Tell me the address, outline the route to get there, tell me some landmarks along the way,
and I can get there)
E) Poor (Just tell me how to get there, maps are confusing)
On the following page is a map. Plot the following locations on the map, placing the Plot Number on
the map with a pencil mark or other marker. Some of the locations have street addresses and others do
not (such as land tracts).
Plot Number
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Address/Location
SWC Pearl Street & McKinney Avenue
East Corner Randall Street & Bookhout Street
SE/S McKinney Ave, 72’ NE of N St Paul Street
1900 St Paul Street
NE/S Boll Street, 171’ SE of Thomas Avenue
2816 Thomas Avenue
900 Broom Street
Mapsco Coordinate
45-F
45-F
45-F
45-K
45-G
45-G
45-J
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
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Map / Plat Skills - Continued
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 1: Math & Maps
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Map / Plat Skills - Continued
Answer the following questions based on the plat on the following page.
11.
Which of the following most accurately is on the north side (corner) of the drawing?
A. Top of page
B. Bottom of page
C. Right side
D. Left side
E. Top/Right
F. Right/Bottom
G. Left/Bottom
H. Top/Left
12.
Which of the following dimension(s) is (are) on the Houston Street road frontage?
A. 194.88 feet
B. 166.78 feet
C. 4.75 feet
D. 92.46 feet
E. All of the above
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 1: Math & Maps
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Map / Plat Skills - Continued
Top of Page
Left Side
Right Side
Bottom of Page
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 1: Math & Maps
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Map / Plat Skills - Continued
13. How would you rate your skills using a MAPSCO? (This is the local DFW book map.)
A) Excellent (Thoroughly skilled with MAPSCO and use them daily)
B) Good (Skilled with using MAPSCO, such as planning a trip)
C) Average (Somewhat skilled with maps in general and have used a MAPSCO)
D) Fair (Have never used MAPSCO, but can follow a map without getting lost)
E) Poor (Do not like using any maps, and generally find my way by asking for directions)
14. Please briefly describe the shortest route from Point A to Point B using only directional
descriptions. (Such as, turn north, or continue east two blocks, etc.)
Point B
Point A
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 1: Math & Maps
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Map / Plat Skills – Continued
15. Determine the approximate straight distance (as the crow flies) from Point A to Point B, using the
above map. Use the scale on the map, and the edge of paper or ruler to measure the distance.
A) 2.5 miles
B) 1.575 miles
C) 3.125 miles
D) 1.875 miles
E) 1.275 miles
16. What page and grid is the following address located in a MAPSCO?
1254 W. 3rd Street, Irving, Texas
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
Page 31B Grid Y
Page 256 Grid P
Page 31B Grid X
Page 31B Grid W
Page 31A Grid Z
Using the plat map and flood plain map on the following two pages, please answer the following
questions. The plat map overlays the flood plan map.
17. Is the lot identified as Point A in a flood plain?
A) Yes
B) No
18. Is Point B in a flood plain or a flood way?
A) Flood plain
B) Flood way
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 1: Math & Maps
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Point A
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
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Point B
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 1: Math & Maps
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Map / Plat Skills – Continued
Please answer the following questions using the topography map below.
19. Which elevation is the highest?
A) Point A
B) Point B
C) Point C
D) Point D
20. Which elevation is lowest?
A) Point A
B) Point B
C) Point C
D) Point D
Point C
Point A
Point B
Point D
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 2: Ethics, Business Practices & Computers
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Ethics, Business Practices & Computers
The grading of this part of the exam is subjective. Be honest in your answers. Use a computer to type
the narrative answers.
Ethics & Business Practices
1. It is acceptable to make personal calls regularly while working at the computer.
A) True
B) False
C) Sometimes
2. It is not "wrong" to mistakenly take a pen home, and then use that pen for personal purposes.
A) True
B) False
C) Sometimes
3. Would you find it degrading, irritating, or disturbing to change light bulbs, take out the trash, clean
windows, vacuum, dust or do other basic office cleaning and maintenance tasks as a part of your
position as an associate?
A) Yes
B) No
4. Are you o.k. about doing things the “company way” instead of the way you personally would do it?
A) Yes
B) No
5. On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your abilities to work with details, where 10 is extremely
high and 1 would be extremely low? ______________
6. On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your abilities to work in a multi-tasking environment
(with periods of constant distractions) with a pleasant disposition, where 10 is extremely high and
1 would be extremely low? ______________________
7. Do you use a calendar effectively?
A) Yes
B) No
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
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Ethics & Business Practices
8. Do you take written notes of things to be done, prioritize, and follow-through?
A) Yes
B) No
9. Do you remain pleasant while working on tedious, boring tasks until the task is completed?
A) Always
B) Usually
C) Sometimes
D) Never
10. Do you have a pleasant phone voice?
A) Yes
B) No
11. Would you find it degrading, irritating or disturbing to find and use coupons for the purchase of
company office supplies?
A) Yes
B) No
12. Are you able and willing (when necessary) to pick-up and move a box of paper (10 reams of
paper)?
A) Yes
B) No
13. Are you able to comfortably work alone for long periods?
A) Yes
B) No
14. In 100 to 600 words tell me what you do with your waking hours away from work (hobbies or other
interests). Include day-to-day, weekly and special activities. Feel free to add details and examples.
Attach your type written response.
15. In 100 to 600 words tell me about your reading habits: types of literature, number of books (and
periodicals) read per year, interest and reasons for reading. Feel free to add details and examples.
Attach your type written response.
16. Tell me about your real estate experience. Feel free to elaborate, but do not write more than 600
words. Include real estate classes and real estate related classes, such as drafting, architecture,
finance, urban land use, sociology, marketing, and other related classes. Also included actual
experience, such as home buying, lending, property management, maintenance, home decorating,
landscaping, investing, marketing, and other experiences. Attach your type written response.
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
Exam Part 2: Ethics, Business Practices & Computers
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Ethics & Business Practices
Computer Skills
The following questions provide me with a feeling for your aptitude for computers and software used
by this office.
1. How familiar are you with MS Word software?
A) Excellent (Thoroughly skilled with all functions and capacities of the software)
B) Good (Skilled with many of the functions and capacities of the software, such as merges with
other software; use of frames, grids, imports, outlines, macros, and modifying the options for
personal use; etc.)
C) Average (Skilled with the basics, such as styles, formats, pitches, spell check, previews,
margins, paragraphs, indents, outlining, etc.)
D) Fair (Have used the software and can figure out what needs to be done)
E) Poor (Have not used MS Word)
2. How familiar are you with MS Excel software?
A) Excellent (Thoroughly skilled with all functions and capacities of the software)
B) Good (Skilled with many of the functions and capacities of the software)
C) Average (Skilled with the basics)
D) Fair (Have used the software and can figure out what needs to be done)
E) Poor (Have not used MS Excel)
3. How familiar are you with MS Access software?
A) Excellent (Thoroughly skilled with all functions and capacities of the software)
B) Good (Skilled with many of the functions and capacities of the software, such as making
reports, queries, forms, and some programming)
C) Average (Skilled at using forms and reports, and in making some types of queries)
D) Fair (Have used the software and can figure out what needs to be done, usually)
E) Poor (Have not used MS Access)
Informative Exam for Potential Associates – Continued
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Computer Skills
4. How would you rate your skill at using the internet as a research tool?
A) Excellent (I have had great success in doing research on the internet)
B) Good (I have had good success in doing research on the internet)
C) Average (I use a search engine often to do research on the internet)
D) Fair (I have toyed with using the internet for research)
E) Poor (I have not used the internet for doing research)
5. How would you rate your abilities to solve computer software problems, generally speaking?
A) Expert
B) Above Average
C) Average
D) Fair
E) Poor
6. How would you rate your abilities to solve computer hardware problems, generally speaking?
A) Expert
B) Above Average
C) Average
D) Fair
E) Poor
7. How do you feel about solving computer software and hardware problems, generally speaking?
A) Eager
B) Good
C) So so
D) Rather not
E) Not even going to try
8. Tell me about your computer experience. Feel free to elaborate, but do not include more than 600
words. Include computer classes taken and how you have used the computer in business and at
home. Tell me what you like and do not like about computers. Attach your response.
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QUALIFICATIONS
Name:
Address:
John Gideon Hirschy, MAI, CCIM
1421 E. Sandy Lake Road, Suite 130
Post Office Box 2009
Coppell, Texas 75019-8009
Phone:
Fax:
E-Mail:
Tax ID No.
(972) 304-0909 Extension 106
(972) 304-0811
[email protected]
20-3274372
Professional Services Offered:
Appraisal Reviews
Arbitration in Real Estate Valuation Disputes
Commercial Real Estate Brokerage
Expert Witness in Real Estate Valuation
Employment:
8/85 to Present
Lease Brokerage/Tenant Representation
Litigation Support
Property Tax Consulting
Valuation Appraisals
John G. Hirschy & Associates of Dallas.
President/Owner. Fee real estate appraising. Commercial real estate brokerage, mortgage
lending, and property tax consulting.
12/84 to 8/85
Cushman & Wakefield Appraisal Division.
Employed as a senior real estate appraiser of commercial properties.
12/80 to 12/84
Bill C. Dotson & Associates, Inc.
Employed as an associate appraiser of residential and commercial real estate.
10/80 to 12/80
Independent fee appraiser for Phil Eklof, MAI, and Charles Mullinax, MAI, of Dallas,
Texas
Professional Affiliation: MAI, SRA in the Appraisal Institute (Since June 1985; Certificate No. 7156)
Past President (Year 2004) of the North Texas Chapter (460 Members)
Member of the International Right-of-Way Association
Past President (Year 2001) of the North Texas Chapter 36 (202 Members)
CCIM in the CCIM Institute (Since November 1999)
Designated Realtor with the North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors
Certification/License: Texas State Certified General Real Estate Appraiser, Certificate No. TX-1320470-G
Texas Real Estate Broker, License No. 0285839
Texas Senior Property Tax Consultant, Registration No. 00002797
Experience:
Appraisal of major mixed-use developments, skyscrapers, offices, office/tech,
office/warehouses, medical offices, mini-warehouses, parking garage, hotels-motels,
restaurants, small and large shopping centers, shopping mall, service stations, day care
centers, apartments, condominium complexes, single-family subdivisions, townhouse
subdivision, large and small urban land tracts, small farm, and single-family residential
property. Evaluation and feasibility analysis on condominium, apartment, and urban land
use. Expert valuation witness in Texas Courts at Law. Special Commissioner (valuation
arbitrator) in Texas Courts at Law. Property tax consulting experience. Commercial
brokerage experience. Mortgage lending experience.
Geographic Territory: Appraisals and appraisal reviews have been completed in Texas, Tennessee, Oklahoma,
Louisiana, Arkansas, Kansas, New Mexico, Mississippi and California. In Texas, most
appraisals have been completed in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, but appraisals have also been
completed in Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Midland, Odessa, Wichita Falls, Conroe,
Longview, Greenville, Port Arthur, Waco, Borger, McAllen and elsewhere.
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QUALIFICATIONS - Page 2
Name:
John Gideon Hirschy, MAI, CCIM
Computer Literacy:
The appraiser is skilled in the use of the following software programs. They are used in his
every day appraisal and consulting practice.
Microsoft Word, Word Processing
Microsoft Excel, Spread Sheet Analysis
Argus, Lease by Lease Analysis
Microsoft Access, Database System
FIOS Cable Internet Access
Education:
Net Deed Plotter, Metes & Bound Plotter
Apex Medina, Architectural Drawing Program
QuickBooks Pro 2011, Accounting Program
Various utility programs, Vista Ultimate
Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
Degree: B.S. in Business Management (April 1979)
Graduate: Utah Graduate Realtors Institute
Graduate: Lumbleau's Real Estate School
Teaching Experience: Past speaker and appraisal instructor at two local educational institutions.
Personal Items:
Married Sharon Elizabeth Thompson in 1978. We have four daughters: Rachel, Eden,
Laura, and Emma.
Served The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as a full time missionary in the State
of Washington from February 1974 to February 1976. Currently serving as an ordinance
worker in the Dallas Texas Temple.
Mentioned as a research contributor to David L. Habegger's 1994 publication of THE
HIRSCHY GENEALOGY, The Descendants of Philip Hirschy (1787-1831) and Julianna
Frey (1795-1839) [527 pages, roughly 15,000 names].
Hobbies include: jogging, reading, family and church activities.
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QUALIFICATIONS - Page 3
Name:
John Gideon Hirschy, MAI, CCIM
Articles Published:
October 2009; Letter to the Editor in REAMUG Journal (Real Estate Analyst
Microcomputer User Group).
September/October 2009; Letters: Why not mandate disclosure? in the TEXAS REALTOR,
page 6, by the Texas Association of REALTORS.
January, April, May, July, September, November, & December 2004 newsletters;
President’s Message in The Professional Appraiser by the Appraisal Institute, North Texas
Chapter
September 2002; Free FEMA Maps Online in The Professional Appraiser by the North
Texas Chapter of the Appraisal Institute
January, February, March, April, May, September, October, & November 2001 newsletters;
President’s Message in the North Texas News by the International Right-of-Way
Association North Texas Chapter 36
October 1997; An Atlas of American Real Estate Appraisers in The Professional Appraiser
by the North Texas Chapter of the Appraisal Institute
April 1996; The Consumer Price Index Versus Real Estate Investment Surveys in The
Appraisal Journal, page 221, by the Appraisal Institute
April 1996; Interim Use Valuation in The Appraisal Journal, page 233, by the Appraisal
Institute
January 1996; SB-390 and the Restricted Appraisal Report in The Professional Appraiser
by the North Texas Chapter of the Appraisal Institute
Spring 1995; Monarch, Extracting Data From Text Files in The Quarterly Byte by the
Appraisal Institute
Summer 1994; Calendar Creator Plus 2.0 for Windows in The Quarterly Byte by the
Appraisal Institute
Winter 1994; The Move Toward Database Management Systems: Microsoft's Access 1.1
Can Help in The Quarterly Byte by the Appraisal Institute
December 1993; Is Your Federal Institution Ordering the Appraisal? in The Professional
Appraiser by the North Texas Chapter of the Appraisal Institute
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CORPORATE, INSTITUTIONAL AND INDIVIDUAL CLIENTELE LIST
BEGINNING AUGUST 1985 THROUGH THE PRESENT
BANKS/SAVINGS/INSURANCE/CREDIT/MORTGAGE INSTITUTIONS
Bank Dallas North
Bank Jersey United
Bank of America
Bank of the West
Bank One Mortgage
Bluebonnet Savings Bank FSB
Central Life Assurance Company
Central Savings and Loan, Texas
Consolidated Federal Bank, FSB
Corsicana National Bank
Farmers Savings - Davis, California
First Bank of Coppell
First Bank of Carrollton
First City Bank
First Consolidated Bank - Pleasant Run, NA
First Gibralter Savings Bank
First National Bank of Richardson
Lincoln National Bank
NationsBank
NationsBank Trust Department
Navy Federal Credit Union
Prudential Insurance Company
Prudential Home Mortgage
Savings United
Southwest Federal Savings Association
Standard Federal Savings and Loan
State Bank & Trust
Stockton Savings Association
Sunbelt Federal Savings Association
Team Bank
Wilshire Credit Corporation
GOVERNMENT AND FEDERAL AGENCIES
City of Arlington
City of Bedford
City of Dallas
City of DeSoto
City of Duncanville
City of Flower Mound
City of Grand Prairie
City of Lewisville
Federal Asset Disposition Association
Federal Asset Management Company
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
Federal National Mortgage Association
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.
Able Mortgage Company
Aegon USA Realty Advisors, Incorporated
Alliance Mortgage Company
Amerifirst Company
AMRESCO Management, Incorporated
Asset Technology
BEI/RITZ Real Estate Services
Carl I. Brown and Company
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Champion Mortgage
Cliff Management Corporation
Collins Concrete Company
Condominium Associates
Dallas Area Rapid Transit System
Dauley & Associates
David A. Dean & Associates, P.C.
Farmers Branch Church of Christ
Del-Mar Development Corporation
Empire Relocation, Inc., Chicago, Ill.
First Cambridge Mortgage Corporation
Greater Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
Greyhound Company
Holliday Fenoglio Dockerty & Gibson
Housing Relocators, Incorporated
J.E. Roberts Company
Ken Davis Holding Company
General Service Administration
Resolution Trust Corporation
Texas Department of Transportation
United States Department of the Navy
United States Postal Service
FIRMS/ORGANIZATIONS
Mortgage Western
New Church
NorthCorp Realty Advisors
ONYX Management
Pillar Real Estate Services
Schmidtz Carpet Care, Incorporated
Subsidiary Consultants
Texas Stock Tab Corporation
Tierra Properties
TU Services
Varelco Corporation, Michigan
Vita Juice Products, Incorporated
Woodsmen of the World
ATTORNEYS/INVESTORS/DEVELOPERS/INDIVIDUALS
Mr. Steve Anderson
Mr. Joe Bailey
Mr. Mark Beck
Mr. Jerome Bertrand
Mr. W. C. Bevers
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