Friday-Saturday, February 21-22, 2014
$200 Members (7-Hour USPAP)
$225 Non-Members (7-Hour USPAP)
$150 Members (Fair Value)
$200 Non-Members (Fair Value)
$350 Members (BOTH)
$425 Non-Members (BOTH)
Wingate by Wyndham
6050 Tyvola Glen Circle
David H. Cole, ASA
7-Hour USPAP Update
This 7-hour USPAP update course is designed for appraisers who have completed the full 15-hour USPAP course in the last five years. The objective of the course is to familiarize users of USPAP Standards 7 and 8 (G&J MTS and PP) with recent, significant revisions to USPAP. This 7-hour USPAP update class covers revisions to USPAP that impact every practicing appraiser in the personal property arena. In addition, the course confronts some of the regularly misunderstood concepts in USPAP and reviews their application through the use of other communications published by The Appraisal Standards Board. This course will meet the current USPAP requirements established by The Appraisal Foundation for G&J, MTS and Personal Property appraisers who are ASA members. The 7-hour course allows the personal property appraiser to fulfill their USPAP requirement for two years. Business Valuation members currently do not have a USPAP continuing education requirement; however effective April 1, 2014, all accredited Business Valuation appraisers must demonstrate that they have taken at least 7 hours of USPAP education over the previous five years. This course can be used to fill this requirement.
Important Note for Real Property Appraisers: This USPAP course for Personal Property does NOT meet the Appraisal Foundation’s USPAP continuing education requirements for Real Property appraisers. This course will NOT be accepted by state real property licensing boards and will not be accepted for CPE credit or for state licensing of real property appraisers.
*Students are provided a current Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) manual and book at the course site ($75. Value).
Fair Market Value Topics and Discussion
”What's Fair About Fair Market Value” The main thrust will be to focus on Fair Market Value through the market approach. The seminar compares dealer pricing and auction pricing for the same equipment. It also addressed adjusting comparable sales. Additional information will follow.
7 hours for USPAP
7 hours for Fair Market Value Topics and Discussion
14 hours total for BOTH
For more information contact Nicholas A. Mermigas, ASA or call (704) 954-1748.