Franklin Law Group
Craig is a litigator assisting licensed professionals with their legal needs. He spent four and a half years as a prosecutor for the Illinois Dept. of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) focusing on licensing violations and regulatory issues involving appraisal and other real estate professionals. Since 2012, he has been defending appraisers, appraisal firms, and other professionals in license complaints and liability suits.
The Equity Network
Mark A. Munizzo, MS, ASA-RP, MAI, CAE, RWAC, IFAS, CIAO, is the founder and President of The Equity Network, Inc. a Real Estate Appraisal, Advisory, and Consulting services group, and an Adjunct Professor for Roosevelt University’s Chicago School of Real Estate. Mr. Munizzo earned his MS degree in Real Estate Appraisal from The University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis Minnesota and a BBA in Management and Finance from St. Norbert College, DePere Wisconsin. Mr. Munizzo has practiced in the Chicagoland market and surrounding states for over 40 years. He holds the highest designations with the most prestigious appraisal, Right-Of-Way, and Ad Valorem (tax) associations in the world and has been acknowledged for his excellence as an instructor and author with several instructor and lifetime achievement awards from these associations. Mr. Munizzo has authored, co-authored, or edited over two dozen titles including the entire curriculum required for appraisal licensing and certification across the United States.
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.