Mark Nelson, President of Roy R. Fisher, was formally recognized with the MAI Designation by the Appraisal Institute – the world’s leading organization of professional real estate appraisers. He has distinguished himself through his impressive record of work experience and professionalism in the real estate industry for the past 35 years.
Mark Nelson manages the day-to-day operations of Roy R. Fisher, as well as performing duties as the primary appraisal professional in the practice. As an active member of the Quad Cities community, Mark has chaired the Davenport Park and Recreation Advisory Board, serves on the legislative committee of the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce, and he is active in local politics. Learn more about him here.
The Appraisal Institute is a global association made up of almost 20,000 appraisal professionals across 50 countries. Since 1932, it has advocated for the advancement of global standards of professionalism and practice, as well as nondiscrimination and ethical conduct within the appraisal industry. The Appraisal Institute provides several designations for outstanding members, including the MAI Designation, to foster a desire for continued education and professional excellence. This follow through on its mission makes it the leading professional organization for real estate appraisers for over 85 years.
The presentation of the MAI Designation is reserved for members of the appraisal community who have demonstrated good moral character, are certified in good standing as a General Real Property Appraiser and meet stringent standards of professionalism and ethics. Candidates are required to pass a rigorous, comprehensive final exam to test their knowledge, qualifications and professional experience against the Appraisal Institute’s strict criteria. Mr. Nelson will be presented with his certification at an official meeting of the Iowa Chapter of the Appraisal Institute. Congratulations from the entire Roy R. Fisher Team!