In order to comply with local, state, and federal mandates and guidelines, National Appraisal Consultants, LLC has made some major changes in how we conduct business.
These important and immediate changes will have little impact on our clients, prospects, and our fellow appraisers, but they will have a powerful, positive effect on flattening the curve.
We have created virtual home offices accessible via email, our websites, the Internet, and phones. You can still reach us anytime at our regular office number: (908) 459-5996. Someone will always be available to answer your questions, provide our professional services, and offer solutions to your challenges.
All of the National Appraisal Consultants team is now, and for the foreseeable future, working remotely. Our employees are working from home, responding you your needs. We plan to keep all of the team on the payroll.
Both New Jersey and Pennsylvania are under new restrictions. NAC is considered to be a non-essential business; which means we cannot keep our physical business locations open. We are however allowed to operate, if we are in compliance with these new mandates.
Here’s what we are doing differently.
– All staff, employees, associates, and partners are working remotely from home offices.
– We are all practicing proper social distancing in our professional and personal lives.
– We are all vigilant in our hand washing, disinfecting, and hygiene techniques.
– We are curtailing all travel outside of our homes, with the exception of limited permitted travel.
– We are conducting virtual appraisals when appropriate, but will no longer provide on-site or in-office appraisals.
– We have chosen not to do business with or interact with any companies or individuals who are not taking this global crisis seriously, or not following the guidelines provided by science and medical experts.
– We are providing more free and fee-based professional development live-stream webinars to keep our fellow appraisers informed, and able to continue to accumulate professional development hours.
– As we move forward, we will rely upon the advice and direction of trained medical professions and informed leaders.
– Many of us are volunteering within our communities to assist shut-ins, and by gathering donated PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for nurses, doctors, and EMS professionals.
Stay safe. Stay healthy. Flatten the Curve.