Advanced Residential Applications and Case Studies
4.42 Average Rating
Advanced Residential Applications and Case Studies has earned an average of 4.42 out of 5 stars from 4264 ratings.
Designed to comply with the 2008 Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria established by the Appraiser Qualifications Board, this course is structured around four specialized areas of appraisal practice: complex property appraisal, market analysis, challenges in the sales comparison approach, and highest and best use analysis. Beginning with a thorough explanation of complex properties, the course goes on to review the COMPETENCY RULE and the SCOPE OF WORK RULE aspects of USPAP, as well as the valuation process and reporting process for complex properties.
Fifteen advanced case studies throughout the course illustrate the practical application of the discussed principles. In addition to the end-of-chapter quizzes and final exam, this course contains mini-quizzes that will test the knowledge of the material throughout each chapter. The mini-quizzes will help prepare you for both the end-of-chapter quiz and the cumulative final exam at the end of the course. There is a required one-hour proctored exam at the end that must be taken in a monitored setting.
10. Questionable Property Characteristics Case Study
11. Case Study of Encumbered Ownership Interest
12. Case Study on Challenging Market Conditions
Appraisal Licensing Course Ratings and Reviews
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Ray C from
This would be a good class to take in person because of questions that students will have and to enable around the room discussions. However for an online class this was pretty good.
Date published: 2021-01-22
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James M from
It was a great course, but I felt like the chapter sections were a little to wordy.
Date published: 2021-01-12
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Paul P from
This course is clear and concise. 10/10 would recommend.
Date published: 2020-12-19
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Heather M from
Great info on complex assignments and how to go about them.