Residential Sales Comparison and Income Approaches

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With a focus on two of the primary approaches used to value real property, this course reviews the income property principles that affect the appraisal of residential properties. Interactive problems and case studies help illustrate the key concepts in practical ways. In addition, this course sets a foundation for more advanced general appraiser classes by touching on the principles of income capitalization. 

Following the course material is a mandatory three-hour proctored exam that must be taken in a monitored setting. An HP12C calculator is also required for certain portions of this course.

Chapter list:

1. Valuation Principles and Procedures of the Sales Comparison Approach
2. Sales Data
3. Analysis Techniques of the Sales Comparison Approach
4. Procedures of the Sales Comparison Approach, Partial Interests, and Real Property Rights
5. Financing Terms and Cash Equivalency
7. Location Adjustments
8. Physical Characteristics Adjustments
9. Completing the Sales Comparison Approach
19. Reconciliation
20. Final Exam
6. Market Conditions
10. Economic Principles and Types of Value
11. HP 12C Calculator
12. Six Functions of a Dollar
13. Financial Calculator Introduction (HP 12C Calculator)
14. Income Multipliers
15. Income Capitalization Approach – Single Unit Properties
16. 2-4 Unit Residential Income Property Appraisal
18. Small Residential Income Property Appraisal Report
17. Operating Income Statement