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» HERE'S WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

» How to write a binding contract that will avoid confusion over what
work will/will not be performed and how and when you will be paid.

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» The three types of appraisal reports and when to use each one.

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» The factors that affect markets.

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» The "Bundle of Rights" and how they affect value.

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» How to identify the various market levels and determine which one applies
to your appraisal assignment.

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» The three approaches to estimating value and when to use each one.

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» The different types of value.

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» The forces that influence value.

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» The principles of value and how these principles apply to the marketplace.

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» Property mobility and how it affects value.

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» Conditions that can limit the scope of your appraisal.

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» The importance of knowing the difference between the report date,
effective date and inspection date in an appraisal report.

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» The importance of knowing when to accept or decline anappraisal assignment.

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» The difference between a literal and an interpretive description of property.

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» How to define an appraisal problem so you will know what type of market
and value to consider when appraising a subject property.

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» How to plan your appraisal to avoid leaving out important factors that
could affect the accuracy of your estimated value.

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» The types of transactions that establish property ownership.

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» Restrictions that can affect property ownership, use and value.

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» The significance of knowing the difference between price, cost and value.

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» How to use the factors that influence markets to analyze market conditions.

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» The importance of understanding the intended use of an appraisal.

 

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