Credit Hours: 15
This 2-day course is your opportunity to review the principles and applications of the cost approach and its relationship to residential site valuation.
This course includes step-by-step applications of the cost approach. It begins with a detailed inspection of the property. You’ll learn how to inspect the improvements and analyze the condition. You’ll learn how to inspect the site and perform a market analysis. And you’ll learn exactly how to measure the improvements and compute area. Through case studies and examples you’ll practice estimating physical deterioration, functional obsolescence and economic obsolescence. You’ll also learn how to reconcile the estimates of depreciation.
The principles covered in Residential Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use will be applied to show you how to perform a market analysis and arrive at a highest and best use conclusion. You’ll also look at alternative residential site valuation principles. The primary focus is the application of the sales comparison approach to estimate residential site value. You’ll learn the most common elements and units of comparison. You’ll also learn how to apply allocation and market extraction techniques. Finally, you’ll learn how to reconcile all of this information to arrive at your reconciled opinion of site value.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 15 hours of appraisal licensing education.
To purchase this package, you must schedule each of the live classes listed below. Once you've scheduled each class, a "Finalize and Purchase Package" button will appear below the class list to let you complete your purchase.
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