Monthly Archives: January 2013
“ICAP works to promote the appraisal profession and its image to the general public and to users of appraisal services. ICAP initiates discussion and analysis of issues affecting professional appraisers and monitors political action with the intent to influence legislation, regulation and public opinion toward the appraisal profession”.
ICAP MEMBERSHIP DUES NOTICE
RENEW YOUR 2013 DUES…ON-LINE WITH YOUR CREDIT CARD!!!!!!!!!!!!
Now you can JOIN as a new member or RENEW your membership ON-LINE at www.icapweb.org.
The ICAP Board has decided NOT to raise the 2013 dues. They will remain at $60.00 per year. We would ask you to consider making an additional contribution to the ICAP Pac Fund in additional to your 2013 dues.
ICAP continues to promote and protect the interests of the appraisal profession in the Illinois General Assembly, but we need your support. Your annual membership dues are essential to ICAP remaining a strong political activist for appraisers in the State of Illinois. Thank you for your continued support of ICAP and the appraisal profession in our State. Dues are not tax deductible as they are allocated to lobbying expenses.
ICAP-PAC, the appraisers political action fund, collects contributions from members and uses those funds to help elect candidates for public office who are supportive of appraiser related issues. ICAP-PAC contributions are voluntary and not tax deductible. Please consider contributing to the ICAP-PAC.
If you prefer to pay by check, you can download or print the mail in invoice which is posted on the ICAP Home Page.
Brian Masterson, Board Member for the Illinois Coalition of Appraisal Professionals (ICAP), will appear live on WIND AM 560 to share updates on the real estate environment in 2013. The show airs this Sunday at 5:30 pm.
ICAP provides a unified voice for real estate appraisers in the General Assembly of Illinois. Since we are a government regulated industry and subject to the political process, ICAP serves an important function to all appraisers in Illinois by monitoring and taking action on legislation that may have an impact on the appraisal profession.