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This course is developed specifically for the commercial appraiser. This is believed to be the first course for appraisers which has focused on appraisal of owner-occupied commercial properties. For many categories of commercial properties, there are substantial percentages of properties that are either 100% owner-occupied, partially owner-occupied or subject to a lease between related entities under the same owners. Virtually every appraiser will be called upon to appraise such properties on multiple occasions. Many questions arise with appraisal of owner-occupied properties that do not come up with investor-owned properties. The course assumes that the student appraiser has had training in the sales comparison approach and the income approach including discounted cash flow analysis. The initial chapter gives the appraiser a foundation in how owner-occupied properties are appraised. Chapters 2, 3 and 4 help the appraiser understand the special features and characteristics that bring value to owner-occupied industrial warehouses, restaurants and office buildings.