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R11 Residential Report Writing & Case Studies

Residential Report Writing & Case Studies is deeply rooted in appraisal professional standards and best practices of an appraiser when communicating the opinions and conclusions of a residential appraisal. The course commences with a detailed discussion of USPAP Rules and the reporting options permitted by STANDARD 2. Appraisal writing skills are then discussed along with several examples of how the reasoning of an appraiser is expressed in typical appraisal reporting situations. The most common residential appraisal reporting form, the Uniform Residential Appraisal Report (URAR), will be fully illustrated along with the requirements of the Uniform Appraisal Dataset (UAD). The course concludes with an overview of several of the most common residential appraisal forms. Within each section of the course are numerous compelling case studies to assist reinforcement of learning. Finally, common reporting issues are explored to illustrate the level of detail required in appraisal commentary so that appraisal reports are clear and not misleading (or fraudulent). The current version of USPAP is recommended for reference during the course.

Course is also offered Online.

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Course Dates Dec 3 – 4, 2019 Tue-Wed 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM 

Instructor:  Kenneth Guilfoyle, AQB Certified Instructor

Classroom Course Fee Includes: 15 Hours Instruction, Textbook, and NYS Required Course Test. NYS requires a proctored test for all Appraisal Qualifying Courses (Classroom & Online).

Course Fee:

Register By: October 18, 2019 $199.00
Register By: November 21, 2019 $219.00
Register On or After: November 22, 2019 $259.00
Online Click Here $199.00
Cancellation Policy:  Requests for cancellation must be received in writing no later than ten day prior to the class start date to avoid penalty.  Writter cancellation requests received within 10-8 days of the course start date will be subject to a 25 percent refund processing fee.  Cancellation within 48 hours of course start date will receive a school credit for a future class (valid for one year), minus a 25 percent refund processing fee.  No Shows forfeit entire paid tuition.  Call (315) 432-1045 with questions.