General Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach
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provides an in-depth look at developing a Cost Approach for commercial
appraisals. The six methods of site valuation are illustrated and explained.
and examples are offered of the three methods of cost estimation: Comparative
Unit, Unit-in-Place, and Quantity Survey Methods. Detailed cost workups will be
studied using Illustrations from the Marshall & Swift Valuation Service.
Then, the three methods of estimating depreciation
(Age-Life, Market Extraction, and Breakdown Methods) will be examined in
detail. All of these topics will be expanded through the use of helpful case
studies and case problems.
There is a required three-hour comprehensive proctored examination at the conclusion of the course that must be taken in a monitored classroom setting.
I'm about to order this class. Does the test need to be taken in a testing center like a Sylvan Learning Center, etc., or does it just need a proctor of my choosing that's not related, not a co-worker, etc?
Asked by: Daniel
Here is some info on our FAQ page about who can/can't proctor, and proper procedures: https://www.mckissock.com/faqs/article/who-can-be-my-mckissock-exam-proctor/
Answered by: McKissock
Date published: 2019-12-13
Are the exams offline proctored or online at a testing centre?
Asked by: Goldie27
For the state of CO there are 2 options when taking the proctored exam - it can be done online or on paper. Either way you are required to have a proctor or monitor with you when taking the exam. The only requirements in place on a proctor is you cannot be related to the person or work with them on a daily basis.