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R8 Site Valuation & Cost Approach -August 10 to 11- 8:30AM course $199

Approved for Appraisers & Assessors

 

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 real estate licensees 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 real estate professionals.  They use their real life experiences (in New York real estate) 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.

This course will help students gain valuable insight and a working knowledge of the various theories and methodologies for performing residential site valuation and developing the cost approach in appraisal practice. Various costing methods will be discussed and between Replacement Cost New and Reproduction Costs New will be examined. The important distinction in-depth look at acceptable methods for estimating accrued depreciation. An exam is given at the completion of the course in compliance with the qualifying education standards of the Appraiser Qualifications Board. 

USPAP 7 Hour Update 2022-23 Appraiser CE Feb 15th (ID #10980)
Complete the information below to register for the January 24, 2022 USPAP 7 Hour Update. We use PayPal for card processing. You do NOT need a PayPal Account for major credit cards. To register by phone call 315.432.1045 (Tue-Fri/9-3). Seating is limited for both in classroom.
Price: $ 189.00
Invoices will be sent 30-45 days before. Continuing Education Course (7.0 Hours) for Licensed Appraisers and Assessors (fulfills ORPTS Ethics Requirement)

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