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Appraiser Disciplines - 2005
 

Belleville:

Dennis M Wiese, Jr. May 9, 2005
The certified residential real estate appraiser license was revoked for a minimum period of 10 years based upon allegations of violations of the Ethics Rule and Standards Rules 1-1, 2-1, 2-2 and 2-2 of USPAP as set forth in the 12 Count Amended Complaint.


Buffalo Grove:

Dennis M. Gilbert March 18, 2005
Certified residential real estate appraiser license indefinitely suspended for a minimum of 2 years for performing appraisal services that substantially fail to conform to USPAP by violating the Conduct Section of the Ethics Rule, and Standard 2 while acting as a supervisory appraiser.

Carol Stream:

Rajiv K. Ramgopal
January 19, 2005
The associate appraisal license was revoked for a minimum period of five years for numerous violations of Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.

Chicago:

Andrew C. Baker July 18, 2005
The residential appraiser license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

George Bougas October 26, 2005
The certified residential real estate appraisal license was refused renewal for falsifying between 50 -100 appraisal reports by signing the name of another certified residential real estate appraiser.

Brandon Bradford November 29, 2005
The Associate Appraiser license was refused renewal of license for falsifying over 30 appraisal reports by placing license numbers belonging to others and signing the names of two certified residential real estate appraisers who were not aware of this and in 20 of the appraisals, respondent grossly overstated the value of the appraisals in collusion w/ individuals who were flipping real estate properties and engaging in mortgage fraud.

Harry M. Fishman March 18, 2005
Certified general real estate appraiser license suspended for 3 months and assessed a $20,000 fine for USPAP violations of SR 1-1, 1-2, 1-3 and 2-1 with respect to several appraisals performed between January of 2000 and August 2003 on two separate properties.

Denny Gasteier March 1, 2005
Associate real estate appraiser license suspended for 6 months, followed by 2 years supervised experience and assessed a $7500.00 fine for engaging in unlicensed practice and misrepresentation.

Denny Gasteier June 28, 2005
The associate appraisal license was revoked for failure to pay an assessed fine issued in March 2005 as part of a disciplinary order.

Jeanne M. Helmold August 12, 2005
The appraisal application was denied for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Shondra D. Hopkins November 30, 2005
The associate appraiser license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Alan Kaplan February 24, 2005
Certified residential real estate appraiser license reprimanded and assessed a $2000 fine for violations of USPAP SR 1-1(a)(b)(c), SR 1-4 and SR 1-5 and the Ethics and Competency Rules for independently and while acting as a supervisor for an associate appraiser with regard to real estate appraisals for a property located in Chicago, IL on January 6, 2004 and February 6, 2004.

Felicia S. Mathews November 29, 2005
The Associate Appraiser license was refused renewal for violating the Ethics Rule of the USPAP by entering into unethical conduct.

Albert D. Prudeaux October 19, 2005
The associate appraiser license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy deficiency in child support payments.

Joe Shover October 6, 2005
The associate appraiser license was refused renewal for failing to submit to the Division quarterly reports (logs) of all appraisal assignments completed. As such, Mr. Shover failed to comply with the conditions set forth in the Consent to Administrative Supervision entered into by this Division regarding his real estate appraisers' license application.

Kimberley Wright October 19, 2005
The Certified Residential Appraiser license was indefinitely suspended for failing to produce documents requested and failing to appear to any conferences or hearings.

Country Club Hills:

Darrell K. Milsap October 19, 2005
The Associate Appraiser license was indefinitely suspended for failing to appear to any conferences or hearings and produce any documents requested regarding his fraudulent appraisal reports.

Crestwood:

John H. Sullivan October 12, 2005
Respondent was refused a license as a certified residential appraiser because he used a false license number on over 40 appraisal reports he made and engaged in 40 more appraisal reports without required supervision.

Crete:

Britt Pierre November 30, 2005
The Certified Residential Appraiser license was fined $1,000 and placed under 6 months of supervision for misstating numerous figures and statistics on an appraisal report.

Dolton:

Larry Burks May 9, 2005
The certified residential real estate appraiser license was suspended for 40 months and assessed a $5000 fine for USPAP violations as set forth in the 6 Count Complaint.

East Holland:

William Whittenburg October 19, 2005
The Certified Residential Appraiser license was indefinitely suspended for failing to appear to any conferences or hearings and produce any documents requested regarding his fraudulent appraisal reports.

Geneva:

Robert E. Garcia June 27, 2005
The associate appraisal license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Glen Ellyn:

Letitia Diandrea April 12, 2005
The certified residential real estate appraiser license was placed on Probation for a minimum of 1 year and the appraiser is required to complete certain education, submit monthly 5 appraisal reports to BRE for review and meet with BRE personnel as needed and is prohibited from supervising any associate licensee until written notice of the Director of Appraisal for violations the Ethics Rule and Standards Rules 1-1(a)(b)(c), SR 1-2 and SR 2-1 of USPAP.

Glenview:

Robert S. Kang October 26, 2005
The Certified General Appraiser License was reprimanded and a $3,000 fine was assessed for admitting to signing someone else's name to appraisal reports.

Hennepin:

Kendall A. Miller October 12, 2005
The Associate Appraiser license was suspended for 6 months and a $2,500 fine was assessed for using the signature, license number, and name of another appraiser on two appraisal reports.

Homewood:

Andre O. Thomas November 29, 2005
The Certified Residential Appraiser license was refused renewal for violating the Ethics Rule of the USPAP when developing and completing a real estate appraisal.

Ladd:

Brian D. Negro March 30, 2005
Associate real estate appraiser license reprimanded, assessed a $1000 fine and required to complete additional education for USPAP violations of SR 1-1, SR 1-2, SR1-3, SR 1-4, SR 1-6, SR 2-1 and 2-2, as well as the Ethics and Competency Rules of USPAP when performing a real estate appraisal on a property located in Hoffman Estates on January 1, 2004.

Naperville:

Joseph O. Doninger April 8, 2005
The associate real estate appraiser license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Oregon:

Joseph Vega May 24, 2005
The certified residential real estate appraiser license was reprimanded and assessed a $1500 fine for providing inaccurate information on his application for a real estate appraiser license in December 1992.

Orland Park:

Philip Amoruso February 24, 2005
Associate real estate appraiser license reprimanded and assessed a $1,500.00 for USPAP violations of SR 1-1(a)(b)(c), SR 1-2 and SR 2-1, the Ethics and Competency Rules while performing an appraisal on a 2-4 unit property with a coach house located in Chicago, IL on March 2, 2004.

Palos Park:

Thomas Costello May 18, 2005
The certified residential real estate appraiser license was reprimanded, assessed a $3000 fine,the appraiser is required to complete certain education and is prohibited from supervising any associate licensee for 1 year for violations of the Ethics and Competency Rules, Standards Rules 1-1(a)(b)(c), SR 1-2 and SR 2-1 of USPAP and for failing to fully identify the client on the appraisal report.

Park Forest:

Ronney Laws October 19, 2005
The certified appraiser license was indefinitely suspended for violation of certain USPAP guidelines while performing a residential appraisal.

Richmond:

Courtney L. Riechert - October 6, 2005 - - The appraisal application was denied for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to IDFPR.

South Holland:

Charles Williams November 29, 2005
The Certified Residential Appraiser license was refused renewal for violating the Ethics Rule of the USPAP by entering into unethical conduct.

Spring Valley:

Todd Lash May 9, 2005
The certified residential real estate appraiser license was indefinitely suspended for a minimum period of 3 years for violations of the Ethics and Competency Rules and Standards Rules 1-1, SR 1-2, SR1-3, SR 1-4, SR 1-5 and SR 2-1 of USPAP.

St. Charles:

Timothy Gust March 21, 2005
Certified residential real estate appraiser license reprimanded and assessed $2000 fine for USPAP violations of 2-1 and the Ethics Rule when performing a real estate appraisal on a Wheaton, IL property in June of 2004.

Crown Point, IN:

Roger Lane April 29, 2005
The certified residential real estate appraiser license was reprimanded, assessed a $1000 fine and the appraiser is required to successfully complete certain education for violations of the Ethics Rule and Standards Rules 1-1(a)(b)(c), SR 1-4 and SR 2-1 of USPAP.

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