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O'Neil Appraisal, LLC
Office: 248 674-3333
Fax: 248 674-1566
RayONeil@ONeilAppraisal.com
www.oneilappraisal.com 


We are pleased to announce that our chief appraiser, Ray O’Neil, GAA, RAA, was honored to receive the Realtor of the Year Award from the North Oakland County Board of Realtors (NOCBOR) in September 2015 at MAR's annual convention held at the beautiful Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center.   In addition to serving on NOCBOR's Board of Directors and co-chairing the Governmental Affairs Committee, Ray has again been appointed to the Michigan Association of Realtors (MAR) Public Policy Committee for 2015 after having served prior terms for the years 2011-2014. 

The MAR Public Policy Committee is responsible for reviewing current political issues, legislative bills and making decisions in support of or in opposition to those issues on behalf of the Michigan Association of Realtors. These important issues impact not only MAR members, but real estate appraisers and other related industry professionals as well as anyone with an interest in real estate in the State of Michigan.

In the past, by invitation of MAR and NAR (National Association of Realtors), Ray  has participated in roundtable discussions with the FDIC, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the FHA in Washington, D.C. at the NAR Valuation Summit. As he done for the last several years, Ray will also be attending the NAR Mid-Year meetings in D.C. in May where he will meet with Michigan’s Representatives in Congress about the critical governmental policies affecting today’s real estate market.

Ray brings to the table his vast real estate and appraisal expertise as well as his analytical thinking and passion for policy issues that are at the forefront of today’s turbulent political landscape. 

Ray welcomes your input about governmental policies that affect the lending, real estate and appraisal industries.  Please feel free to email him at RayONeil@ONeilAppraisal.com with your questions and concerns.