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Subpart B Reference § 24.102(n) Supervision of Appraisers Example 2

The real estate chief supervises the functions of Acquisition Chief, Relocation Chief, and Property Management Chief.
The Acquisition Chief supervises appraisal, appraisal review, and negotiations
The organization chart would be consistent with the new regulatory requirements

Image: This is an organization chart that would be consistent with the new regulatory requirements.

Notes:

The person in the position of Acquisition Chief is NOT actively involved on a frequent basis in the day-to-day decisions-making about acquisition negotiations; AND/OR SELDOM directly negotiates with property owners; AND supervises and performs either 1st level or 2nd level performance evaluations of subordinate staff including appraisers and review appraisers. May approve administrative settlements, and may establish agency policy governing negotiations and acquisitions.

This arrangement would be consistent with the new regulatory requirements.

Updated: 04/02/2013
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