Credit Hours: 7.5
Learn what does and does not have monetary value in an appraiser’s eyes with a snapshot of the essential tools and assessment methods used to establish the ultimate value of a property. Also, learn where value lies from a cost approach, so you can help your clients identify poor quality in spite of acceptable appearance. Find out what the six surprising low-cost, high-value materials are, what type of siding lasts the longest, and which foundation type will save you the most money in the long run.
Learn about the real differences in construction quality, and what has monetary value in addition to aesthetic value. Your instructor will help you translate otherwise confusing terms and definitions into useful information you can communicate to your clients. Whether your interest is in existing property, new construction, or proposed renovations, you’ll pick up essential information to increase your professional competence evident in your next client conversation.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 7.5 hours for contractor continuing education.