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Landmark Network Welcomes New Chief Appraiser

JOHN DINGEMANLandmark Network, Inc., a provider of valuation management services and technology for lenders and brokers, announced the addition of John Dingeman to their team as Chief Appraiser.

In his role, Dingeman will be responsible for all planning, organization, and supervision over appraisal quality control functions.

“I am extremely honored and fortunate to have this opportunity; an opportunity to join a team of like-minded, dedicated and driven individuals who are interested in serving our clients, valued panel appraisers and especially the consumer," Dingeman stated. "Together we will work towards our continued success and escalate our status as the preferred Appraisal Management Company for all lenders and a trusted partner for all appraiser vendors.”

Dingeman is a California, Arizona, and Nevada Certified Residential Appraiser and registered Property Tax Agent in Arizona.  He also serves as the Past President and Lobbyist for the Coalition of Arizona Appraisers (CoAA), and is the current VP of the National Association of Appraisers (NAA).

He has extensive experience in the appraisal of single-family residential dwellings, small income producing properties, and vacant land. He is also an FHA appraiser and specializes in HUD/REO properties. Dingeman has assisted in the development of continuing education course materials approved by the Arizona Board of Appraisal and is a faculty member and continuing education instructor for the Columbia Institute.

“We’re excited to have John join the Landmark team.  He brings a solid reputation and years of appraisal industry experience to the position and we look forward to him strengthening both our client and vendor relationships," said Hunter Gorog, President and COO at Landmark.

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