About MAAC:

The Missouri Appraiser Advisory Council (MAAC) was formed by the major appraisal organizations in Missouri in order to ensure that an effective appraiser certification law and system was set up according to the federal mandate.

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Gain CE Credit

Every year MAAC hosts the Educational Conference at Lake Ozark, MO. This well attended event draws appraisers from all over Missouri. Gain CE credit while networking with your peers.

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News Releases 

  • 2014 Brochure
  • The 2014 (16th Annual) Education Conference to be held on April 11th & 12th, 2014. Register Today! (Click Here) Look for your brochure in the Mail the first week of March.

  • The MAAC Real Estate Appraiser Directory is now online! Click Here.

  • Your brochure will arrive by mail the first week of March or you may download it here when it becomes available.


  • 2012 Missouri Appraiser Commission Presentation
  • 2011/12/01

    CONFERENCE DATES RELEASED

    MAAC has announced the educational conference dates for the 2012-15 seasons. The dates are as follows:


    2013
    April 11,12 13

    2014
    April 10, 11, 12

    2015
    April 9, 10 ,11

  • 2011/09/13

    MAAC RELEASES NEW WEBSITE

    In order to more effectively serve our constuent groups, MAAC has overhauled its website to include up-to-date content and relevent social media handlers. This will enable our members to easily contact various government bodies as legislation that pertains to the real estate industry is introduced. 
  • 2010/07/12

    GOVERNOR NIXON SIGNS AMC LEGISLATION INTO LAW!

    On Monday, July 12, 2010, Governor Jay Nixon signed HB 1692 -- an omnibus bill relating to "real estate".  He also signed the bill at a “ceremonial bill signing” on Tuesday, July 13.  HB 1692 includes the Appraisal Management Company Registration and Regulation Act (originally HB 2152 sponsored by Representative Steve Hobbs of Mexico, and co-sponsored by Representatives Jeff Grisamore, Larry Wilson, Mike Cunningham, Charles Dennison, Michelle Kratky, Shalonn “Kiki” Curls, and Scott Largent). We owe Representative Steve Hobbs a big “thank you”.   He worked on this legislation for two sessions and successfully guided it through the process.  Look for an additional report soon on others who were instrumental in passage of this legislation and an update on other measures that passed of interest to appraisers. Again, thanks to all appraisers who took the time to email, write or call their legislators and Governor Nixon in support of this important measure!