Certified General Appraiser
USDA Farm Service Agency
Scott Anderson is a commercial real estate appraiser working for the United States Department of Agriculture - Farm Services Agency. He lives in Davenport, Iowa with his wife Susan. He has appraised everything from convenience stores to factories to farms and much in between. Scott has a Bachelors in Aviation Management, a Masters in Theology, and an MBA. He is also a licensed private pilot and commercial drone pilot. And he is an evangelist for the use of drone technology in the real estate appraisal industry.
Chief Operating Officer and Vice President
Drone Service Providers Alliance
Vic is the COO and Vice-President of DSPA. A commercial photographer, he has owned Moss Photography since 1988, and has been offering drone services since 2014. Vic is a nationally recognized voice for drone safety and an advocate for reasonable drone regulation. On social media, he serves as the administrator for the largest UAS specific legal forum, the UAV Law News & Discussion Group, and one of the largest commercial UAS pilot forums. Vic also serves as the Director of Legislative Affairs for UAS Colorado where he worked with numerous municipalities to help create reasonable drone regulations. He is one of two drone pilots pilots who assisted the Colorado legislature in drafting HB 18-1314, making it a state offense to use a drone to interfere with a public safety operations. HB 18-1314 passed unanimously in both houses of the Colorado Legislature. Vic works with the FAA as one of five FAA Safety Team Drone Pros for the Denver FSDO, encompassing all of Colorado and Wyoming. Vic was also appointed to the Drone Advisory Committee in January, 2021 as a Citizen UAS Operator.
As editor of Valuation Review, Mike Holzheimer seeks out the information and announcements pertinent to appraisers. Through in-depth feature stories, He brings to the readers the insights, expertise and opinions from some of the top authorities within the valuation profession. He speaks directly to company CEOs, presidents and chief operating officers who separate fact from fiction allowing appraisers to make informed decisions as it relates to their business. Valuation Review also engages in conversation with appraisers from across the country telling their success stories and what they feel the appraisal profession needs to improve upon.