General Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use (A290)
This 30 hour course provides a forum for analysis and discussion of the impacts on the highest and best use of rural real estate for the appraiser. The course is designed for the appraiser who has considerable experience in appraising rural real estate or who has completed the first two levels of core courses and Income I offered by the ASFMRA. The appraiser will learn to determine the highest and best use through the required steps of:
- Legally permissible
- Physically possible
- Financially feasible
- Maximally productive
Please Note: This is an intermediate skill level course. It is assumed the student has already gained the level of knowledge and understanding that is taught in the lower level courses.
Required Equipment & Textbooks: HP-12c, HP-17bII or HP-19bII calculator (Click here for basic information how to use an HP-12c)
Suggested Textbook: Appraisal of Rural Property, Second Edition
Contact Hours: 28 hours + 2 hour exam
Course Timetable: Days 1-3: 8 AM - 5 PM; Day 4: 8 AM - 3 PM
AQB Licensure Requirement: Certified General
Instructors: Brian Gatzke, ARA, Clay Caver, AFM, ARA, RPRA
Pricing: $769/Member, $999/Nonmember
This course will be Hybrid (some students in person, some online). Upon registering, you will either select Hybrid Livestream Registration or In Person Registration. If you select the Hybrid Livestream Registration, you will be sent a Zoom link to access this course the week before the course start date. If you select the In Person Registration, you will be expected to attend the offering In Person in Denver, CO throughout the duration of the offering.
***For an in-person offering to be held, we must reach a minimum of 10 in-person participants three weeks prior to the first day of the course. If this minimum is not met, we will move this offering strictly to a livestream format via ZOOM. Any in-person registrants will be notified at this time.
For More Information:
Registration: Deanna Ilk | 303-692-1222 | firstname.lastname@example.org