Join us Thursday, November 9th & Friday November 10th, 2023Online for our virtual video conference!
QUALITY & TIMELY CENETWORK WITH MISSOURI APPRAISERSSUPPORT YOUR STATE APPRAISER COALITION
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Gain 14 hours CE with the Conference package . SELECT SELECT YOUR COURSE OPTIONS IN THE CONFERENCE COURSE OPTIONS BELOW
SELECT YOUR COURSE OPTIONS IN THE CONFERENCE COURSE OPTIONS BELOW
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This free annual update from the Missouri Real Estate Appraisers Commission deals with current issues before the commission and matters of concern impacting appraisal practices. Gain 3.5 hours CE for free! Participants must register to attend this popular seminar. Course held Thursday, November 9th at 8am.
Short -term rentals (STRs) is a new problem perplexing many appraisers. Issues range from how to classify and appraise these properties, defining going concern value, personal vs real estate value, which rent income to use, conflicting instructions from clients, which properties are “comparable”, applicable USPAP standards, and whether certified residential appraisers can provide appraisals on these properties. This class will provide appraisers with clarity and a basic understanding of the issues and how to appraise (or avoid appraising) these complex properties. (Thursday, November 9th at 1:00pm)
Intangible value is becoming a bigger part of courtroom debates. Real estate appraisers have debated what it is and how to value it for decades. But there remains a sturdy reticence among real estate appraisers on the whole topic. Are intangible assets real or imagined? Outside the real estate appraisal community, in federal and state code, accounting circles, and business appraisers, intangibles are real and not a particularly animating topic. This course explores what personal property (tangible and intangible) in real estate centric assets, what real estate appraisers call the going concern. (Thursday, November 9th at 1:00pm)
This course is structured to help appraisers better handle questions as well as dealing with pressure from clients, borrowers, and others in the appraisal process. The course will address the most common questions from the perspective of the appraiser’s USPAP obligation as well as rely upon appraisal guidelines of FannieMae, FreddieMac and other government sponsored entities. (Friday, November 10th at 8:00am)
This just released course has been developed by The Appraisal Foundation and is the required biennial USPAP update course necessary for licensed and certified real estate appraiser license renewal. This course will provide participants with an overview of the changes to USPAP including a comprehensive revision to the ETHICS RULE which goes into effect on January 1, 2024. (Friday, November 10th at 8:00am)
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