This webinar we will discuss the Agricultural Appraisal Guidelines released in September 2019 by the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (NCREIF). The guidelines are intended to provide clearly defined standards for appraisers but are not intended to replace any current valuation requirements.
The primary goals of the Agricultural Appraisal Guidelines are to assist the agricultural appraisal community by clarifying the content, analyses, and data that institutional investors need, as well as help further the growing demand for the agriculture asset class.
This webinar will walk appraisers through the new Guidelines, discuss client needs in the agricultural space, and illustrate application of the guidelines in an assignment for an institutional investor.
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10:00 AM Pacific
11:00 AM Mountain
12:00 PM Central
1:00 PM Eastern
Speakers: Rich Matheson, D. Matt Marschall, ARA, Erik C. Roget, AFM, ARA, RPRA
Rich Matheson is a Portfolio Manager for Utah Retirement Systems (URS) where he oversees strategy development, acquisitions, and asset management for the agriculture portfolio and portions of the commercial real estate portfolio. Rich is currently the chair of the NCREIF Farmland Committee.
D. Matt Marschall, ARA:
Since 1983, D. Matt Marschall is currently the National Practice Leader of Land and Agri-business for CBRE and comes from a fourth-generation California farm family. Matt is licensed as a general certified Appraiser in five western states and has over 35 years experience in valuation and brokerage of investment-grade agricultural properties.
Erik C. Roget, AFM, ARA, RPRA:
Erik C. Roget, Director, UBS Farmland Investors LLC has extensive farmland real estate lending, appraisal and management experience having been actively involved in California and Western U.S. agricultural real estate for over 39 years.
Continuing Education Credit: 1 Hour of ASFMRA CE
Cost: Members - $0; Non-Members - $65
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