Category: Machinery & Technical Specialties
Continuing Education: 27
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This course explores in depth the ideas introduced in
ME201 and provides students with a better understanding of the types of value
commonly used in the appraisal of machinery and equipment. This course addresses
the issues of price vs. value, indirect costs, use of and development of
indexes, age-life concepts, recommended rounding of figures, types of values for
ME appraisal, reproduction cost new, replacement cost new, replacement cost
depreciated, fair market value in use, orderly liquidation value, forced
liquidation value and supporting conclusions for various purposes.
*No CE credits will be awarded for the on-line or
audio versions of this course. Accredited MTS Members who took the ME 201-204
courses for accreditation purposes may not retake the courses for
reaccreditation credits. Those who have not previously completed these courses
must successfully pass the exam to receive ASA reaccreditation credit.
Introduction to Machinery and Equipment Valuation
Level: Fundamental | Available Format: Classroom, Webinar Series, Audio
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