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G5 General Appraiser Sales Comparison Approach 30 Hrs. $600

It is impossible to replicate the rich learning experience of the classroom through a Online program and a computer screen.  The Professional Career Center has been training New York Appraisers & Assessors in our classroom for over 25 years at the same Syracuse, New York location.   The ability to ask questions and participate in classroom discussions can not be replicated through email or chat.  Our instructors are experienced New York licensed Appraisers.  They use their real life experiences (in New York Appraisal) to bring the curriculum alive for better understanding and a livelier presentation.  Many online programs feature experienced instructors…in most cases,  that experience wasn’t from  practice in New York.

Register below.  You will be invoiced 1-2 business days after registration.  You can also register by phone 315.432.1045 Tuesday thru Friday 9 AM to 4 PM, or in person at the school.  We accept all major credit cards, PayPal, or pay with PayPal Credit and take 6 months to pay with no interest.  Click here for details on PayPal Credit No Interest 6 Months Offer.    Seating is limited for both in-person and live stream.  Seats are reserved upon receipt of payment. 

 

$600.

The Sales Comparison Approach is examined in detail and illustrated through the use of examples and case studies. Research methods, appropriate selection of comparable sales, and the importance of verification are stressed. Qualitative and quantitative analysis are covered. Units of comparison are emphasized. Significant attention is paid to analysis of comparable properties and extraction of adjustments, including adjustments for property rights, market conditions, conditions of sale and sale and financing concessions. Different methodologies for extracting adjustments are explained, and examples are provided. The course addresses statistical applications that apply to the sales comparison approach, as well as reconciliation of indicators within the approach. Issues related to the reporting of the results of the sales comparison approach are also covered. Finally, several case studies require students to apply the concepts and techniques that were covered in the course. 

New Appraisal Renewal CE Requirement Effective January 1, 2022

IAll real estate appraisers and assistants are required to successfully complete 28 hours of approved appraiser continuing education courses within their two year license renewal period. The education must include the seven-hour National USPAP update course and a course of study pertaining to Fair Housing and Fair Lending. A licensee who previously completed an approved course of study in Fair Housing, Fair Lending and Environmental Issues (RE-2) or (GE-1) prior to January 1, 2022, must complete either the designated four hour or seven hour course on Fair Housing and Fair Lending prior to renewal. A licensee who has NOT completed RE-2 or GE-1 prior to January 1, 2022, MUST complete the designated seven hour course on Fair Housing, Fair Lending prior to renewal. For all subsequent renewals, licensees must complete the seven-hour National USPAP update course and either the four hour or seven hour course of instruction pertaining to Fair Housing and Fair Lending within their two-year license/certification period prior to renewal. Courses will be available at approved schools in the near future and may be completed and applied toward your current continuing education requirements.

This course is being offered in partnership with Manfred Real Estate Education

 

 

We recommend becoming familiar with the HP12c Calculator for this course

    Click Here for a useful YouTube video introducing the HP12c

     

    G5 General Appraiser Sales Comparison Approach Oct 25-28 $600 (ID #8740)
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