Join us Monday, November 15th and Tuesday, November 16thOnline 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 YOUR COURSE OPTIONS IN THE CONFERENCE COURSE OPTIONS BELOW
Select your courses individually.
Monday: 8am: 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 (Monday, November 15th at 8am)
This 3.5-hour class introduces the concept of a going concern valuation, both from the real estate appraiser’s perspective as well as the business valuators perspective. In addition, it addresses the appraiser’s obligations to current laws, USPAP, and other regulations and will assist the appraiser to distinguish the differences between business appraising and real estate appraising. (Monday November 15th at 1pm)
This 3.5-hour will provide participants with a better understanding of the six definitions of quality and condition as well as how homes with the same Q or C ratings can still require market-based adjustments. The class will afford attendees with an understanding how these classifications apply to subject as well as comparable properties along with a better understanding of the definitions involving the terms updated, not-updated, and remodeled. (Monday November 15th at 1pm)
This course has been developed by The Appraisal Foundation and is the required semiannual USPAP update course necessary for licensed and certified real estate appraiser license renewal. This course focuses on how to use the USPAP publication to help solve appraisal issues that affect daily appraisal practice. (Tuesday, November 16th at 8am)
This 7-hour class goes beyond simply explaining various adjustment methodologies and legal requirements. It dives deeper into the regression, matched-pair, and “big data” approaches to value. The class uses numerous examples of complex problems and how various adjustment issues can be solved in numerous dynamic ways. (Tuesday, November 16th at 8am)
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