first_imgPro Teck Unveils Appraisal Desktop with Inspection in Technology Agents & Brokers Appraisals Attorneys & Title Companies Company News Investors Lenders & Servicers Pro Teck Valuation Services Service Providers 2013-12-09 Tory Barringer In Massachusetts, “”Pro Teck Valuation Services””: introduced Appraisal Desktop with Inspection (ADI), a new hybrid appraisal product for home equity and second mortgage lending.[IMAGE][COLUMN_BREAK]As a USPAP-compliant desktop appraisal platform, ADI was designed to fill the gap between an automated valuation model with property condition report and a field appraisal. According to a company release, ADI leverages two of Pro Teck’s strongest core assets: the deep experience of its national staff appraiser team and its large national network of real estate brokers/agents.The process begins with one of Pro Teck’s local real estate brokers/agents, who takes photos and completes an inspection of the subject property and neighborhood influences. The inspection continues on to an appraiser who uses multiple listing services and other market data (along with Pro Teck’s local market condition analytics) to determine the most accurate valuation.””For those searching for a valuation product that meets stringent risk and regulatory demands, Pro Teck’s ADI is a safe, accurate, timely and affordable field appraisal alternative,”” said Tom O’Grady, CEO of Pro Teck Valuation Services. “”The ADI provides a quality valuation in an easy-to-read format with a turn-time of less than five business days.””center_img December 9, 2013 424 Views Sharelast_img read more

first_imgClemson did not win the national title in 2017, but it was still a successful campaign in Death Valley East. The Tigers claimed a third consecutive ACC championship and made a third straight College Football Playoff trip — and then returned their entire best-in-the-nation defensive line and signed one of the best pound-for-pound recruiting classes in the modern era of recruiting.In the 17-year history of the @Rivals database, 10 classes have met or exceeded a 4.0 star average. Three of them were signed this year.— Zach Barnett (@zach_barnett) February 7, 2018 Defensive ends coach Lemanski HallN/A$300,000N/A Safeties coach Mickey Conn$350,000$370,000$20,000 (5.71%) Co-offensive coordinator/WRs coach Jeff Scott$800,000$850,000$50,000 (6.25%) The 2018 season should be another good one for Clemson, and the Tigers’ coaching staff will be paid to deliver.Clemson’s Board of Trustees on Thursday approved raises across the board for Clemson’s 10 on-the-field assistants, representing a 15 percent increase from the 2017 staff (which includes the hiring of one extra assistant).All salary figures are courtesy of the Charleston Post & Courier. Cornerbacks coach Mike Reed$420,000$440,000$20,000 (4.76%) QBs coach/Recruiting coordinator Brandon Streeter$430,000$455,000$25,000 (5.81%) Offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell$515,000$540,000$25,000 (4.85%) AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Sponsored By Connatixcenter_img Coach2017 Salary2018 SalaryRaise Defensive tackles coach Todd Bates$250,000$300,000$50,000 (20%) Defensive coordinator Brent Venables$1.7 million$2 million$300,000 (17.6%) Co-offensive coordinator/RBs coach Tony Elliott$800,000$850,000$50,000 (6.25%) Assistant head coach/special teams coordinator/TEs coach Danny Pearman$460,000$480,000$20,000 (4.35%) Total$5.725 million$6.585 million$860,000 (15.02%) The bonus structure is identical for all 10 on-the-field assistants, ranging from $10,000 for a fourth straight ACC title game appearance to $85,000 for winning a second national title in three years.Venables is also eligible for an extra $50,000 if Clemson ranks among the top 10 defenses nationally and $100,000 for ranking in the top five.last_img read more