FL Trainee Appraiser Subject Matter Electives

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The course is organized into chapters, and there is a chapter-ending quiz associated with each one. You must successfully pass the quiz to gain access to the next chapter.  You will also encounter incremental mini-quizzes within the chapters.  These must also be successfully completed in order to progress through the course materials. 
Periodically within the course materials, you will encounter little speaker icons. When you find them, please make sure your speakers are turned on. Then click on the icon and hear a message from your instructor.
This course first looks at five specialized areas of appraisal practice:

Environmental issues
Appraising 2- to 4-family residential properties
Appraising manufactured homes
Residential Construction
Green building

Section 1 begins with a description of three environmental problems that an appraiser may encounter: radon, mold, and lead paint. It also investigates environmental issues such as indoor air pollutants, wetlands, brownfields and indoor air pollutants. Then environmental reporting is addressed.
The second and third sections of the course cover how to appraise specialized property types. First, the process of appraising 2- to 4-unit residential properties is covered in detail. Then, manufactured homes are defined, illustrated and the appraisal process for them is detailed.
The fourth section details residential construction practices from the basement to the roof. It also covers site development and mechanical systems.
The fifth section of the course provides an introduction to green building, and addresses how green features can affect all three of the traditional valuation approaches. 
Then, there are two sections that are specific to the State of Florida:

Supervisor Appraiser-Trainee Appraiser Relationships
Florida Appraiser Law
There is a required one-hour proctored final examination.

Chapter list:

1. Radon, Mold, and Lead
2. Other Environmental Issues
3. Environmental Reporting
4. Factory Built Housing
5. Manufactured Home Financing
6. Manufactured Home Appraisal Form
7. Small Residential Income Property Appraisal Report
8. Operating Income Statement and Agency Guidelines for 2-4 Unit Properties
9. Residential Construction - Site
10. Residential Construction - Building Structure
11. Residential Construction - Mechanical Systems
12. Green Building
13. Supervisory Appraiser - Trainee Appraiser
14. Qualifications for Appraiser Credentials
15. Overview of USPAP
16. Overview of Supervisory Appraiser Expectations and Responsibilities
17. Overview of Trainee Appraiser Expectations and Responsibilities
18. Florida Statutes 475 Part II
19. Florida Jurisdictional Requirements for Supervisory Appraiser and Trainee Appraiser
20. Florida Administrative Rules

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