Crimea, Mortgages, Education: What’s New for the Appraiser?

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In his interview with the “ES” magazine Kirill Kulakov, the First Deputy General Director of “Center for Independent property expertise” (CIPE), doctor of economic sciences, MGSU professor told about the specific aspects of appraisal activities in Crimea. Special attention according to K. Kulakov should be paid to professional appraisers training system — it is necessary to develop new educational programs, “it’s requirement of time associated with legislation changes, with development of new methods, information technology”.

Appraisal “Roadmap”

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The RF Ministry of Economic Development has prepared a draft bill that would change the proceedings to contest the cadastral appraisal results. The Deputy Minister of Economic Development Nikolay Radievich Podguzov in his interview told the “ES” magazine what key changes should be expected.