15-Hour USPAP, Principles (A101) & Procedures (A102) | LIVESTREAM

Starts:  Jun 8, 2021 12:00 AM (MT)
Ends:  Jun 25, 2021 12:00 AM (MT)

Start Times:
7:00 AM PT | 8:00 AM MT | 9:00 AM CT | 10:00 AM ET

Registration Fees

Course Member     Non-Member
Bundle $1199 $1199
USPAP
June 8 - 9
$539 $739
A101
June 15 - 18
$639 $859
A102
June 22 - 25
$639 $859

 

Live Streaming Broadcast Requirements
In order to attend this live streaming broadcast, ensure you have access to:

  • A computer with a webcam, audio and a microphone so you and the instructor can see each other and interact
  • Reliable internet access capable of video conferencing
  • Photo identification clearly showing your photo and name. You may block off other identification. This will be used to verify student attendance. Attendance will be taken at various times throughout the class. To earn Continuing Education credit, you will need 100% attendance and must be visibly present in the video frame for the duration of the class. A lunch break as well as additional short breaks will be provided throughout.
  • We will be using Zoom as our platform. Following is a short YouTube video about how to navigate a Zoom webinar: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-How-Do-I-Join-A-Meeting


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or More Information
Deanna Ilk | 303-692-1222 | dilk@asfmra.org

Note: A Zoom Meetings invitation and digital course materials will be sent to all registrants prior to the event.   If you have not received your Zoom Registration link and materials 24 hours prior to the event, please contact us at amontoya@asfmra.org

15-Hour USPAP | June 8 - 9

The 15-Hour National USPAP Course focuses on the requirements for ethical behavior and competent performance by appraisers that are set forth in the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). The course material emphasizes the role of the appraiser and the impartiality associated with this role. Special responsibilities of the appraiser with regard to impartiality are explored in detail. In addition to lectures, the course includes discussion problems that show how USPAP applies in situations that appraisers encounter in everyday practice. These examples address issues frequently experienced by appraisers as professionals in the appraisal of real property, personal property, and business or intangible assets, and in appraisal review. This course is designed to aid appraisers seeking competency in USPAP, in all areas of appraisal practice including those subject to state licensing or certification and continuing education requirements imposed by professional organizations, client groups, or employers.

Contact Hours: 14 classroom hours + 1 hours Exam

Course Timetable: Day 1-2 8 AM - 5 PM

AQB Licensure Requirement: Trainee, Licensed, Certified Residential, Certified General

Instructor: LeAnn Moss 

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Basic Appraisal Principles (A101) | June 15 - 18

This four-day course will introduce you to real property concepts and characteristics, legal considerations, influences on real estate values, types of value, economic principles, market area analysis, highest and best use, and ethical considerations. The course should provide a solid foundation in basic appraisal principles no matter what appraisal specialty you pursue.

Co-developed by the Appraisal Institute, ASA, and ASFMRA

Required Equipment & Textbooks: HP-12c, HP-17bII or HP-19bII calculator; Valuing Rural America, The Appraisal of Real Estate, Thirteenth Edition

Optional Textbooks: The Dictionary of Real Estate Appraisal, Fifth Edition; Capitalization Theory and Techniques Study Guide Third Edition

Contact Hours: 28 hours + 2 hour exam

Course Timetable: Days 1-4: 8 AM – 5 PM

AQB Licensure Requirement: Trainee, Licensed, Certified Residential, Certified General

Accreditation: This course is required for the ARA and the RPRA

Instructors: Brian Gatzke, ARA 

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Basic Appraisal Procedures (A102) | June 22 - 25

This is in an introductory course for those studying for a career in valuation services. The course is the second in the curriculum sequence of qualifying prelicense education required by states of individuals pursuing appraisal licensure and certification.

Students will learn the basic appraisal procedures with concentration on the appraisal process and an emphasis on rural properties and techniques. Topic themes run throughout the course to focus student learning on defining the appraisal problem, collecting and selecting data, analyzing the data using the three valuation approaches, reconciling the approaches and communicating with the client and intended user of the appraisal service. 

The content is divided into five units: The Valuation Process, Area and Neighborhood Analysis, Highest and Best Use, The Approaches, and Reconciliation. Within each unit there is a set(s) of student learning goals, definitions and concepts, and examples. 

Required Equipment & Textbooks: HP-12c calculator. You must be familiar with calculator operation when the course begins. Answers to problems in course material are shown using the HP-12c. Do not come to class expecting to be taught how to use a financial calculator.

Optional Texts:  Valuing Rural America, The Appraisal of Real Estate, Thirteenth Edition; Appraising Residential Properties, Third Edition; The Dictionary of Real Estate Appraisal, Fifth Edition.

Contact Hours: 28 hours + 2 hour exam

Course Timetable: Days 1-4: 8 AM – 5 PM

AQB Licensure Requirement: Trainee, Licensed, Certified Residential, Certified General

Accreditation: This course is required for the ARA and the RPRA

Instructors: Brian Gatzke, ARA 

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