Category: Appraisal Review & Management
Continuing Education: 27
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This is the culminating course which
repeats coverage of the three pillars of
review, the review paradigm, the applicable appraisal standards of review,
the history and evolution of appraisal review, the management of multidiscipline
appraisal assignments and the management of appraisers. The course includes presentation and
discussion relating to faulty appraisals, negligence lawsuits, workings of
the Appraisal Subcommittee and the use and misuse of peer review committees. The
course will demonstrate the application of the appraisal review paradigm, methods of
critiquing standards non-compliance and identifying logical fallacies. Students work in teams
during the review of appraisal reports in real property, personal property, and
business valuation. Lastly, students will participate in discussions regarding narrative appraisal report
writing as an argument.
This is a hands on report writing class. Students will review the
concepts learned in ARM201 and then directly apply them in class to reports from
their area of practice. Students will leave the class with a working
understanding of what an appraisal review report should look like.
ASA has received approval from the following states for up to 27
hours of continuing education credit. Please note - some states may not
accept all 27 hours. Contact your state real estate appraisal board for
more information. AL, CA, FL, IL, IN, KY, MN, MO, NV, OR, TN AND WI.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: