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A102 Basic Appraisal Procedures 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 integrated case study will guide the students through the appraisal process. Beginning with neighborhood analysis and concluding with the final value opinion, the students will appraise a rural residential property with multiple land uses.
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. Each unit is completed with a set of classroom exercises and finally a review and quiz. The student will be well prepared for the exam if they follow the recommended timeline for completing the case study as each unit is presented.
Required Equipment: 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.
NOTE: A webinar invite along with course materials in PDF format will be sent to all registrants prior to the event. If you have not received your webinar link and course materials 24 hours prior to the event, please contact email@example.com.
Instructor: Rebecca Stone, ARA
Registration Fee: $639
Qualifying Education Credit: 30 hours. Note: while many states have approved live broadcast seminars, some states may not have approved this seminar. Please contact Deanna Ilk at 303.692.1222 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions
Live Stream Broadcast Requirements
In order to attend this livestream broadcast, ensure you have access to:
- a computer with a webcam, audio and a microphone so you and the instructor can see each other an interact.
- a 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. A lunch break as well as additional short breaks will be provided.
- We will be using Webex as our platform. Following is a short YouTube video about how to navigate a Webex webinar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fE5FnEUKt
For More Information
Full refund if canceled 2 weeks prior to start date.
Meeting: Kelly Roatch | 512-465-0582 | email@example.com
Registration: Deanna Ilk | 303-692-1222 | firstname.lastname@example.org