This course will be delivered as a Live Broadcast Seminar
This course was initially developed to address issues related to the completion of agricultural appraisals using those techniques deemed “best practices”. In its updated format, the goal is to build on the high-quality education already being provided by the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers (ASFMRA), and to have appraisers adhere to the highest standards as they pertain to the completion of appraisal assignments. ‘Best Practices’ is intended to reinforce the need to continually question the use of existing techniques and methodology, promote innovation, and improve the quality of reports being completed by rural property appraisers. It is designed to help the appraiser to consistently exceed the expectations of intended users. The class will include interactive case studies as well as active student participation. Users of rural property appraisal reports will benefit from more thorough, readable reports and reliable, well supported valuations. Those taking the course will benefit from increased confidence and perceived value in appraisal results and improved reputation for quality and professionalism.
Note: A Zoom Webinar Invitation will be sent to all registrants prior to the event. If you have not received your Zoom Registration link 24 hours prior to the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Start Times:
8:00 am Pacific
9:00 am Mountain
10:00 am Central
11:00 pm EasternInstructors: JoAnn Wall, ARA
and Kary Teagle, ARAContact Hours:
8 hours CE approved with ASFMRA and BREA. ID will need to be verified online at the outset of the course and 100% attendance is required.Registration Fees & Information:
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|After Sept. 25
Member pricing includes ASFMRA, AI, ASA and Friends of the Chapter. Please contact the Chapter office for discount code to be used when registering on-line if you are not an ASFMRA member.
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. Questions may be directed to the California Chapter office at (209) 368-3672 or email@example.com
The course will be delivered online via the Zoom platform. Attendees must have dependable Internet access and a camera and microphone to allow for interaction with instructors and breakout sessions. Course materials will be sent in an electronic format in advance of the online delivery.Cancellation Policy:
Cancellations received more than 5 working days prior to the seminar will receive full refund, less a $35 administrative fee. Fees are forfeited if registrant does not appear or cancels within 5 working days of the class. Registrants may send someone to take their place, with notification to the California Chapter without penalty.Contact with Questions:
Suzie Roget / firstname.lastname@example.org
/ (209) 368-3672