Commercial appraisers – we have three great CE class options we’d like to share with you…

 

 

 

Valuing the Forest

This unique, specialized course is designed to be applicable to appraisers who work with timber and timberland but is also designed to be interesting and helpful to appraisers who have never done this type of work. In class, you’ll cover:

  • Understanding Common Ground Between Commercial And Timberland Appraisal
  • Real Estate 101 And How This Relates To Timberland Appraisal
  • Tools of the Timberland Trade
  • How Trees Are Grown and Sold – Understanding Change In Value Through Time
  • Market Sources For Timberland Sales And Timber Values
  • Plus more…

View our Valuing the Forest class to learn more and register.


Commercial and Residential Oddballs

Commercial and Residential Appraisers often get that occasional assignment that is difficult and challenging. This class will address strategies and methodologies for developing and reporting a credible assignment result on these oddball properties. Topics include:

  • A commercial auto repair shop with residence on the property
  • A commercial equestrian center with a residential apartment over the barn
  • A lakefront “monster” property
  • Partially completed construction
  • Massive renovations and changes in size and quality
  • Plus more…

Find a Commercial and Residential Oddballs class that works for you by following this link.


Case Law 7

This class is full of commercial topics and examples relevant to commercial appraisers. We’ll cover:

  • We’ll be reviewing cases involving a proposed Family Dollar retail site, a case involving a restaurant, a case involving a condemnation of an apartment complex, and more
  • Covering narrative report writing
  • Discussing applying for your certified general status
  • Highest and best use analysis
  • Serving as an expert witness in a tax appeal case
  • Plus more

Find a Case Law 7 class that works for you by following this link.

 

 


Would you like to join us for one or more of these classes?

Register or learn more using the links provided above, or if you’d prefer, simply get in touch with us and share your license number and preference of class. We’ll make sure you’ll have a seat.

 

Please note: these classes have all been approved for 7 Hours of CE credit with the North Carolina Appraisal Board.