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Appraiser Disciplines - 2003
 

Bloomingdale:

Anthony Iorii, 04/28/03
Consent Order: Reprimand, 15 Hr USPAP course & $3,000 fine
Violations: USPAP SR 1-1(b)(c), 1-4, 1-5, 2-1 Respondent violated the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice ("USPAP"), Standards Rule 1-1, by failing to be aware of, understand and correctly employ those recognized methods and techniques that are necessary to produce credible appraisals for six different properties in that he made numerous errors and omissions, namely that: Respondent failed to disclose the complete listing history of a subject property (USPAP 1-5, 2-1); omitted zoning information (USPAP SR 1-1); misstated room counts (USPAP SR 1-1); failed to address depreciation (USPAP SR 1-1); incorrectly reported the subject propertys' neighborhood boundaries (USPAP SR 1-1), misstated descriptions of the subject property and Comps, misstated the GLA, style and construction of Comps (USPAP SR 1-1) thereby rendering misleading reports in violation of USPAP SR 2-1.

Chicago:

Lamar Brown, 06/13/03
Order: Reprimand and $1,500 fine
Violations: USPAP SR 1-1, 1-5, 2-1
Respondent was reprimanded and assessed a $1,500 fine for preparing four appraisals in a careless and negligent manner. (USPAP SR 1-1 (b)) in that he: misstated the age of the subject property; failed to disclose a previous listing (USPAP SR 1-5); failed to state and analyze a prior sales contract (USPAP SR 1-5); misstated the applicable zoning; and failed to accurately describe the condition of the subject property (1-1,1-2).

Craig Chism, 07/25/03
Respondent was reprimanded and assessed a $1,000 fine for preparing an appraisal in a careless and negligent manner, in that he failed to analyze the current listing of the subject property; inflated the value of the subject property and of the single family housing price range; and misstated the distance of the comparable properties to the subject property, thereby rendering a misleading report.

Angela M. Di Rienzo-Ciolli, 05/5/03
Order: Reprimand and $300 fine
Violations: 225 ILCS 458/15-55 (2002) Pursuant to a Petition for Restoration regarding an Order of Intent to Deny her application, the real estate appraisal license was eligible to be restored upon the completion of certain conditions. Pursuant to a petition for Restoration regarding an Order of Revocation, the real estate appraisal license was eligible to be restored upon the completion of certain conditions.

Hubert Eddings, 01/8/03
Order: Revocation
Violations: 225 ILCS 457/90(a)(16)(1998)
Respondent failed to provide information in response to a written request by OBRE.

Khurshaid Husain, 06/13/03
Order: $1,500 fine, Reprimand, 15 Hr USPAP & 60-day suspension
Violations: USPAP SR 1-1(b)(c), 1-4, 1-5, 2-1 Respondent was reprimanded and assessed a $1,500 fine for preparing appraisals in a careless and negligent manner, in that he: misstated the condition of the subject property (USPAP SR 1-1, 2-1), failed to state that there was a commercial unit attached to the subject property, used inappropriate Comps (USPAP SR 1-4) and misstated the zoning thereby creating a misleading report.

Maya Jordan, 12/15/03
Order: Revocation
Respondents' license as a real estate appraiser was revoked and she is ineligible to apply for a license of any rank for a minimum of ten (10) years on the basis that she aided and abetted the unlicensed practice of appraisal by utilizing unlicensed individuals and by facilitating the preparation of reports which bore the name of and Illinois licensed appraiser and the forged signature of that appraisal to complete appraisal reports for the purpose of obtaining mortgage loans. Respondent also completed four appraisal reports which were completed in a careless and negligent manner.

Susan Mustari, 01/24/03
Consent Order: Reprimand & $1500 fine
Violations: USPAP 1-1, 1-4, 2-1
Respondent violated the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice ("USPAP"), Standards Rule 1-1, by failing to be aware of, understand and correctly employ those recognized methods and techniques that are necessary to produce a credible appraisals in that she made numerous errors and omissions, namely that: Respondent used an outdated form; misstated the square footage of all Comps (USPAP 1-4), and failed to make corresponding adjustments for amenities (USPAP SR 1-1, 2-1).

Albert Parker, 02/18/03
Order: Five Year (5) Minimum Suspension & $10,000 fine
Violations: USPAP SR 1-1, 1-4, 1-5, 2-1
Respondent violated the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice ("USPAP"), Standards Rule 1-1, by failing to be aware of, understand and correctly employ those recognized methods and techniques that are necessary to produce credible appraisals for five different properties in that he made numerous errors and omissions, namely that: Respondent used inappropriate comparable properties (USPAP 1-4, 2-1); utilized his own methodology in computing square footages (USPAP SR 1-1, 2-1); failed to report a prior sale of the subject property (USPAP SR 1-5); stated that the income approach was not applicable but then utilized it in his report (USPAP SR 1-1, 2-1); and then failed to utilize the correct methodology for applying the sales comparison approach. (USPAP SR 1-1, 1-4, 2-1)

Arthur Rosian, 06/13/03
Order: $1,500 fine , One (1) year suspension
Violations: USPAP SR 1-1, 1-4, 1-5, 2-1 Respondent was suspended for one (1) year and fined $1,500 for preparing an appraisal in a careless and negligent manner, in that Respondent: failed to state within the body of the report that the subject property was located immediately next to elevated train tracks (USPAP SR 1-1); incorrectly stated that the subject property was vinyl sided when in reality it only had vinyl siding on the front and back of the property (USPAP SR 1-1, 2-1); neglected to mention the vacant, boarded up buildings located in the immediate vicinity (USPAP SR 1-1, 2-1), and utilized inappropriate Comps (USPAP SR 1-4), thereby rendering a misleading appraisal.

Philip Schubert, 06/13/03
Order: 60-day suspension
Violations: USPAP SR 1-1, 1-5, 2-1 and the Ethics Rule Respondent was suspended for sixty (60) days for rendering an appraisal in a careless or negligent manner (USPAP SR 1-1) in that respondent failed to report a prior sale of the subject property (USPAP SR 1-5), and misstated the condition of the subject property (USPAP SR 1-1, 1-2) and omitted certain information, thereby creating a misleading report.

Raymond Sullivan, 04/28/03
Consent Order: Civil Penalty $2500
Violations: 225 ILCS 457/95(a)(b)(1998) Respondent engaged in the unauthorized and unlicensed practice of real estate appraisal by using the name and license number of a licensed appraiser when he prepared reports.

Daniel Villarreal, 2/17/03
Respondent's certified residential appraiser license was reprimanded and assessed a $2,500 fine for writing a misleading appraisal report with respect to zoning of the subject property, sales history of the subject property and for failing include information that the subject property was located in a Historical District and consequently omitting the impact that would have on the valuation.

Brian Robinson, 07/25/03
Respondent's license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois income tax liabilities.

Crystal Lake:

Sandra Bohnke, 06/13/03
Order: $5,000 fine, One (1) year suspension, 15 Hr & 30 Hr USPAP
Violations: USPAP SR 1-1(b)(c), 1-4, 1-5, 2-1 Respondent was suspended for one (1) year, required to take two courses, and fined $5,000 for completing six appraisals in a careless or negligent manner that violated USPAP SR 1-1, 1-4, 1-5 and 2-1 (a) as set forth in the complaint.

Eva Voss, 04/28/03
Consent Order: Reprimand & $750 fine
Violations: USPAP SR 1-1(b)(c), 1-5, 2-1 Respondent violated the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice ("USPAP"), Standards Rule 1-1, by failing to be aware of, understand and correctly employ those recognized methods and techniques that are necessary to produce a credible appraisal for the property in that she made numerous errors and omissions, namely that: Respondent utilized inappropriate Comps that were not representative of the subject property's value or neighborhood; utilized Comps that differed in style, design and appeal from the subject property; misstated the value range for the area (USPAP SR 1-1, 2-1); failed to state that each one of the Comparable Sales and the subject property had a sales history (USPAP SR 1-5); misstated the zoning information and misstated the applicable FEMA flood map (USPAP SR 1-1) thereby rendering a misleading report in violation of USPAP SR 2-1.

Dolton:

Knite Freeman, 11/19/03
Respondent was refused renewal, issuance or upgrade in licensure for having engaged in the unlicensed practice of real estate appraisal by practicing after his license expired and for misrepresenting himself as having an active real estate appraisal license.

Downers Grove:

Mark Tandaric, 07/25/03
Respondent's license was refused renewal for preparing an appraisal in which he failed to utilize the correct methodology necessary to produce a credible appraisal. Specifically, the respondent made a series of errors, in that he misstated the square footage of all Comparable Properties, failed to analyze/discuss consequences of the subject property being classified as a legal nonconforming use, failed to analyze sales history of subject property, and misstated the property values in the surrounding area, thereby rendering a misleading report.

Effingham:

Wilbert Schaefer, 10/24/03
The real estate appraiser license was reprimanded for an appraisal prepared in a careless and negligent manner in that respondent failed to identify the type of report created, list/analyze the sales history of the subject property, analyze the soil types/values, state the effective date of the appraisal and to provide the appropriate signed certification form with the report.

Elmwood Park:

Anastasia Pasquini a.k.a. Anastasia Mondo, 04/29/2003
Consent Order: Reprimand & $500 fine Pursuant to a Petition for Restoration regarding an Order of Revocation, the real estate appraisal license was eligible to be restored upon the completion of certain conditions.

Evanston:

Roxie Monroe, 06/13/03
Order: Indefinite suspension for three (3) years
Violations: USPAP SR 1-1, 1-4, 2-1, Competency, Conduct Respondent was suspended indefinitely for three (3) years for preparing three appraisals in a careless or negligent manner in that she violated USPAP SR 1-1, 1-4, 2-1, competency, and the conduct provisions as set forth in the complaint.

Lawrence Starkman, 10/24/03
The real estate appraiser license was reprimanded, fined $1,000 and required to complete a Non-Residential Report Writing class as a result of respondent having supervised an appraisal that was completed in a careless and negligent manner. The appraiser failed to establish the type of ownership of each Comparable (fee simple v. leasehold), failed to reconcile the difference between a chain restaurant and an independently owned restaurant, and failed to value the leaseholds of the Comparables.

Flora:

Richard Glaspy, 07/25/03
Order: Revoked for 25 years Violations: 225 ILCS 457/90(a)(5)(9) and 457/15(a)(b)(1998)
Respondent's license was revoked for a minimum period of 25 years for having engaged in the unlicensed practice of real estate appraisal.

Glenview:

Mikhail Kossover, 11/19/03
Application for an associate appraiser license denied for cheating on the associate appraiser licensing exam.

Hillside:

Carmen Speziale, 02/18/03
Order: Refused Renewal
Violations: 225 ILCS 458/15-40
Respondent failed to rectify his tax deficiency with the State of Illinois.

Lemont:

Paul Parise, 12/16/03
Application for a certified residential appraiser license denied for having submitted an application and supporting documents which contained misrepresentations and inaccuracies. Respondent is eligible to apply an associate license., which, if issued, is to be suspended for 30 days and thereafter respondent may only practice appraisal under the direct supervision of an Office of Banks and Real Estate approved supervisor.

Mattoon and Sullivan:

Brian S. Switzer, 07/25/03
Respondent's license was suspended for two (2) years for failing to provide documentation upon written request.

Norridge:

Jerome Serzsen 12/17/03
Respondent was assessed a $10,000 civil penalty for engaging in the unlicensed practice of real estate appraisal.

Northlake:

Della Gallan, 06/13/03
Order: $300 fine
Violations: 225 ILCS 458/15-55 (2002) Pursuant to a Petition for Restoration regarding an Order of Intent to Deny her application, the real estate appraisal license was eligible to be restored upon the completion of certain conditions.

Pekin:

Lorri Brown, 11/19/03
Respondent's appraiser license was revoked was for a minimum of five (5) years due to Respondent's conviction of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, mail and wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering.

Roselle:

Joseph Dalessandro, 01/24/03
Consent Order: Reprimand & $1,000 fine
Violations: USPAP SR 1-1, 1-4, 1-5, 2-1
With regard to 2 appraisals performed in 1998, respondent violated the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice ("USPAP"), Standards Rule 1-1, by failing to be aware of, understand and correctly employ those recognized methods and techniques that are necessary to produce credible appraisals for three different properties in that he made numerous errors and omissions, namely that: Respondent used Comparable ("Comp") Sales that were not representative of the subject property's value or neighborhood; failed to report the sales history for the Comps and the subject property (USPAP SR 1-5); and misstated the quantity of bedrooms and the square footage of Comps (USPAP SR 1-4, 2-1).

Springfield:

Jeffrey Perkins, 1/24/03
Order: Civil Penalty $7500
Respondent engaged in the unlicensed practice of real estate appraisal by preparing appraisal reports on federally related transactions.

Judith Williams, 04/28/03
Consent Order: Reprimand & $500 fine
Violations: USPAP 1-1(b)(c), 2-1 Respondent violated the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice ("USPAP"), Standards Rule 1-1, by failing to be aware of, understand and correctly employ those recognized methods and techniques that are necessary to produce a credible appraisal for two properties in that she made numerous errors and omissions, namely that: Respondent failed to state that the appraisal was made subject to completion of work which would have reduced the number of apartments of the subject property from seven to four (USPAP SR 1-1) and failed to state that the property may have had a lead based paint hazard thereby rendering a misleading report in violation of USPAP SR 2-1. For the second property, Respondent utilized inappropriate comparable properties in that they were located away from the external obsolescence of the active railroad yard, and failed to discuss what, if any adverse effect it would have on the value (USPAP SR 1-1, 2-1) thereby rendering a misleading report in violation of USPAP SR 2-1.

University Park:

Melyva Wynn, 11/19/03
Respondent's appraiser license was revoked for a minimum of ten (10) years due to her conviction of mail fraud.

Westchester:

Brian Robinson, 07/25/03
Respondent's license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois income tax liabilities.

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