Andy Behlis, 10/13/04
The certified residential real estate appraiser license was reprimanded and a $2,500 fine assessed for submitting to a client an altered appraisal report in that he placed his name on a report prepared by another.
Lorraine Karraker, 12/20/04
Karraker was assessed a civil penalty in the amount of $1,000 for preparing appraisal reports which bore the number of her expired appraisal license and otherwise indicated that she held licensure in Illinois when she did not.
James W. Heiland, 10/13/04
The certified general real estate appraiser license was reprimanded and a $2,500 fine assessed preparing a misleading appraisal report of a Chicago property.
Dennis Gilbert, 11/13/04
The certified general real estate appraisal license was reprimanded and a $5,000 fine was assessed for developing and preparing seven appraisal reports, as the supervisor of other appraisers, which contained a series of errors, which affected the credibility of the appraisals.
Carol Cordes, 06/18/04
Order entered denying any application for licensure based on a failure to produce information upon the request of OBRE.
Gary Jones, 01/12/04
Order issued denying any application for an associate, certified residential, or certified residential real estate appraisal license submitted by respondent.
Vlad Ostromogilsky, 11/30/04
Associate appraiser license indefinitely suspended for failing to respond to written requests for information pertaining to appraisal services rendered by him.
Albert Parker, 02/18/04
Order issued denying application for upgrade in licensure rank.
Albert Parker, 11/30/04
A associate appraiser license revoked for engaging in unlicensed practice and acting outside the scope of his license by providing appraisal services without required supervision on four Chicago properties between September, 2003 and January, 2004.
Edward Lang, 04/14/04
The certified general real estate appraiser license was reprimanded and fined $1,000 for misstating the zoning and condition of the subject property and for failing to disclose and or analyze the warehouse located on the subject property and its relationship to the subject property.
William Minnihan, 02/19/04
Order issued prohibiting respondent from obtaining an appraisal license of any kind for a period of two (2) years and to denying any application for licensure received during that time period.
Dwight Beck, 05/18/04
Certified residential appraiser was reprimanded, ordered to complete education, and fined $500 for rendering an appraisal in a careless or negligent manner namely that respondent: misstated the zoning for the subject property, valued the property as a single family home although the three listing sheets, photos and zoning describe the subject property as a two unit rental, and failed to utilize the income approach for this income producing property.
William Baker, 04/14/04
The certified residential real estate appraiser license was reprimanded, reduced in rank to an associate appraiser and required obtain verified additional experience prior to any subsequent application to upgrade his license for falsifying his appraisal log in support of an application to OBRE.
Kevin T. Olszewski, 11/30/04
Certified residential appraiser licensed indefinitely suspended for failing to respond to written requests for information pertaining to appraisal services rendered by him.
Joseph Vega, 06/18/04
Certified residential appraiser was reprimanded, ordered to complete education and fined $1,000 for rendering four (4) appraisals in a careless or negligent manner by committing certain errors of omissions in that respondent failed to: provide any adjustments for the subject properties or comparable sales, failed to provide any analysis or support for the valuation reached based on the sales comparison approach, failed to provide the sales history of the subject properties, and failed to maintain a written summary of an oral report.
Sheri K Castro, 07/28/04
The certified residential license was reprimanded and assessed a $1,000 fine for rendering appraisal services in February and September of 2003 in a careless and negligent manner when holding the rank of licensed appraiser.
Michelle Mangeler, 04/22/04
The associate real estate appraiser license was reprimanded, fined $500 and required to complete continuing education for preparing two appraisals in a careless and negligent manner by utilizing inappropriate Comparable Sales, failing to disclose and analyze certain data and failing to disclose an individual who made a significant contribution to the report, thereby creating misleading reports.
Kevin L. Wilson, 11/30/04
Licensed appraiser license refused renewal and denial of associate or upgrade in rank for failing to employ correct methodology so as to have failed to produce a credible appraisal report for an appraisal performed on a Chicago property in December 2000.
Elefteria Latka, 06/18/04
Certified residential real estate appraiser was reprimanded, fined $2,500 and restricted from appraising 2-4 unit small income properties until she successfully completes additional education. Respondent rendered two (2) appraisals in a careless or negligent manner by committing certain errors of omissions in that respondent: misstated the zoning, failed to include the income approach for an income producing property, and failed to disclose/analyze the sales history of five Comps.
Donald Williams, 06/17/04
Order entered revoking respondents' certified residential real estate appraisal license for a minimum period of ten (10) years and that if he should reapply for licensure, he shall provide proof that all conditions of the sentence are satisfied.
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Charles Klohr, 04/14/04
The certified residential real estate appraiser license was reprimanded, fined $1,500 and required to complete additional education for preparing an appraisal in a careless and negligent manner by failing to have the report co-signed by a certified residential or certified general real estate appraiser, failing to include a certification within the body of the report, utilizing only the Sales approach and failing to invoke the Departure Rule or to utilize the cost or income approach or to provide an explanation as why the two approaches were not utilized, thereby creating a misleading report.
Burnette Hughes, 01/16/04
Order was assessing a fine of respondent $1,000, suspending his license for 90 days and requiring successful completion of a pre-license residential report writing course during the suspension period.