Introduction to Cannabis Operations and Valuation Seminar

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ASFMRA is an internationally recognized leader in appraisal training. We are a not-for-profit professional society and Sponsoring Member of the Appraisal Foundation providing education since 1929 and serving all jurisdictions in the United States. We provide Appraisal Qualifications Board (AQB) and state approved appraisal training for certified general licensure and for continuing education.  We also offer accreditation courses that take you down the path of becoming an Accrediated Rural Appraiser.  This designation will elevate your career and show your dedication to being the best in your field.  Take a look at the courses we offer and  our education schedule to see what is being offered near you.  Let us help you take your career to the next level! 

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Introduction to Cannabis Operations and Valuation Seminar

It may not be legal in your state yet…..The Introduction to Cannabis Operations and Valuation seminar is designed to introduce students to basic terminology, processes, and methods of valuing a cannabis operation with emphasis on real property valuation.

Students will learn about the various legal and land use regulations pertaining to this unusual commodity (both State and Federal) and about the importance of a well-prepared and well-written Highest and Best Use analysis. Discussion will include the potential challenges and common pitfalls of valuing special use facilities with a focus on understanding key components and commonalities found in most cannabis operations.

The seminar will enable students to successfully identify and understand variations in growing methods and facilities associated with medicinal, recreational and industrial hemp; review actual construction costs for a well-prepared Replacement Cost New (RCN) analysis; and understand what analysis is necessary for the production of a credible and supported opinion of value.