The October 10, 2017 meeting is jointly sponsored by:
• Appraisal Institute, Central Texas Chapter
• Appraisal Institute, North Texas Chapter
• International Right of Way Association, Chapter 36
Michael Gage, TxDOT Deputy Project Manager with the North Tarrant Express-Segment 3A & 3B SPD-DFW SPO, will provide an overview of the I-35W Project.
Laila Assanie, Senior Business Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, is the Bank’s construction and real estate expert. She will discuss the state of the Texas economy and its impact on real estate.
This four-day course will introduce you to real property concepts and characteristics, legal considerations, influences on real estate values, types of value, economic principles, market area analysis, highest and best use, and ethical considerations.
The course should provide a solid foundation in basic appraisal principles no matter what appraisal specialty you pursue.
By successfully completing the course and exam, you will have met most states’ education requirements in the content area identified as basic appraisal principles.
If you are considering a career in professional valuation services, your journey should begin with Basic Appraisal Principles.
Co-developed by the Appraisal Institute, ASA, and ASFMRA
Apply the principles and concepts learned in Basic Appraisal Principles. This four-day course takes you step-by-step through the valuation process:
• Defining the problem
• Collecting and analyzing data
• Reaching a final opinion of value
• Communicating the appraisal
Learn about the three approaches to reaching an opinion of value—income capitalization, cost, and sales comparison—and apply them in true-to-life case studies and problems. After examining income capitalization methods and formulas, learn how rates and multipliers are derived. Through case studies discover the steps and concepts involved in the cost approach—how appraisers estimate the cost of constructing a reproduction of or replacement for an existing structure; the three major components of depreciation and methods for estimating and allocating depreciation; and land and site valuation.
The course will guide you through the sales comparison approach including researching the market, verifying information, selecting units of comparison, conducting a comparative analysis, making adjustments, and reconciliation. Complete key sections of an appraisal report. Finally, the course provides an introduction to property description and construction and design basics.
Using the national USPAP course material copyrighted by The Appraisal Foundation, this two-day course covers basic rules for ethical behavior and competent performance. The course is designed to comply with USPAP requirements for state-certified appraisers and it highlights the role of the appraiser and the implied impartiality often associated with this role. Participants will learn how requirements of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice affect their appraisal businesses.
NOTE: The appraiser can take the 15-hour USPAP course, but it will only count for hours toward his or her state’s continuing education requirement; the 15-hour program will not meet the USPAP continuing education requirement.
Course price does not include a copy of the current USPAP edition, which is required for course credit. Attendees must bring their own copy of the USPAP edition to class.