Jul
22
to Jul 24

Statistics, Modeling & Finance, No. 870

Statistics, Modeling, and Finance is designed to provide students both the theory and practice of statistics, real estate finance, and valuation modeling for today’s residential appraiser. The first half of the text outlines terminology and basic principles of statistics, including practical applications in statistical analysis. The last half presents an explanation of real estate markets, terms of financing, and real-world examples of how financing affects the value of real property.

15 hour course, split into three 5-hr sessions:

  1. Monday, July 22nd from 10am - 3pm CST

  2. Tuesday, July 23rd from 10am - 3pm CST

  3. Wednesday, July 24th from 10am - 3pm CST

*Must be present all 3 days to receive credit.

This is a virtual session. After you register a link to participate in the event will be sent no later than 24 hours before the session begins.


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Aug
19
to Aug 21

Advanced Residential Applications & Case Studies, No. 866

Advanced Residential Applications & Case Studies has been written to address the inevitable challenging residential appraisal assignment that the residential appraiser will face—either occasionally or even frequently. These assignments are often identified as properties that are complex in nature, ones for which there is a lack of ideal data, have unique improvements, or innumerable other challenging circumstances. In such cases, traditional appraisal methods may not work—or at least, not work in the same way as in a commonplace appraisal assignment. Advanced Residential Applications & Case Studies elevates student appraisers’ knowledge and develops the expertise to recognize and address challenging assignments at the Certified Residential level. Necessary skills for these challenging assignments include analyzing and interpreting market conditions as they relate to appropriate adjustments for market conditions, location, distance, physical characteristics, etc. Advanced Residential Applications & Case Studies addresses these challenges with study including cost development, locational considerations, functional obsolescence, and data identification/quantification issues. Advanced Residential Applications & Case Studies has been written to address the inevitable challenging residential appraisal assignment that the residential appraiser will face—either occasionally or even frequently. These assignments are often identified as properties that are complex in nature, ones for which there is a lack of ideal data, have unique improvements, or innumerable other challenging circumstances. In such cases, traditional appraisal methods may not work—or at least, not work in the same way as in a commonplace appraisal assignment. Advanced Residential Applications & Case Studies elevates student appraisers’ knowledge and develops the expertise to recognize and address challenging assignments at the Certified Residential level. Necessary skills for these challenging assignments include analyzing and interpreting market conditions as they relate to appropriate adjustments for market conditions, location, distance, physical characteristics, etc. Advanced Residential Applications & Case Studies addresses these challenges with study including cost development, locational considerations, functional obsolescence, and data identification/quantification issues.

15 hour course, split into three 5-hr sessions:

Monday, August 19th from 10am - 3pm CST

Tuesday, August 20th from 10am - 3pm CST

Wednesday, August 21st from 10am - 3pm CST

*Must be present all 3 days to receive credit.

This is a virtual session. After you register a link to participate in the event will be sent no later than 24 hours before the session begins.


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Sep
3
to Sep 6

Mastering Unique & Complex Property Appraisals, No. 867

This text will raise the level of awareness of the scope of work involved with assignments other than the everyday single-family residential appraisal.

Property types discussed include:

  • Mixed-use

  • Unusual

  • Income-producing

  • One-of-a-kind

Study includes significant case study work.

20 hour course, split into four 5-hr sessions:

  1. Tuesday, September 3rd from 10am - 3pm CST

  2. Wednesday, September 4th from 10am - 3pm CST

  3. Thursday, September 5th from 10am - 3pm CST

  4. Friday, September 6th from 10am - 3pm CST

*Must be present all 4 days to receive credit.

This is a virtual session. After you register a link to participate in the event will be sent no later than 24 hours before the session begins.


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