What’s Trending in Appraisal Membership (August 2019)

What's Trending in Appraisal Membership (August 2019)Would you like to know which learning tools are popular right now among real estate appraisers? McKissock’s Unlimited Learning Members enjoy full access to a wide array of online appraisal classes, checklists, whitepapers, videos, infographics, and other resources. Here, we highlight some of the best-loved resources among our appraisal membership community over the past month.

Webinar: Litigation Support

“Litigation Support – Discussion of Case Briefs” is a top-rated webinar presented by Mathew Shake, MAI. In the presentation, Shake discusses six real-life cases and the problems or issues that come up in each case, from an appraisal perspective.

Interested in litigation support? Consider taking our course: Introduction to Expert Witness Testimony for Appraisers: To Do or Not to Do.

Video: Are Physical Characteristics Confidential?

In this Q&A video, a representative of The Appraisal Foundation answers the question: “I am aware that the ASB changed the definition of assignment results to specify that physical characteristics are not assignment results. Does this mean that physical characteristics are not confidential?” (Spoiler alert: The answer is yes.)

Checklist: Conducting Lot Inspections

This helpful checklist provides a step-by-step process for estimating the value of vacant lots before construction begins.

Job Aid: Exposure Time Exposed

This job aid is a detailed, five-page document that helps you understand the importance of and how to support an opinion of a reasonable exposure time.

Podcast: Blogging Basics for Appraisers

Regularly blogging valuable content aimed at your ideal clients can lead to a stronger social media presence, increased credibility with prospects, and ultimately increased profit. This 42-minute podcast breaks down the who, what, why, and how of blogging for appraisers.

Whitepaper: The Structure of The Appraisal Foundation (TAF)

Intertwined in the complex appraisal regulatory system are The Appraisal Foundation (TAF) and its boards. The Appraisal Foundation is not a government entity; it is a private, non-profit educational foundation. This whitepaper breaks down the hierarchy and roles of the various boards and sponsors.

With McKissock’s Unlimited Learning Membership, you get full access to all of these appraisal resources and much, much more. The membership pass is suitable for all kinds of appraisers, no matter what style or pace of learning you like best. Simplify your CE and save time and money by signing up today.

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