This product is a recording of the Appraisal Institute webinar that was conducted on September 16, 2015.
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Contamination and the Valuation Process
Date: September 16, 2015
Duration: 2 hours
You’re asked to do an appraisal on a contaminated property. Are you prepared? What are you appraising and how do you appraise it? What appraisal method produces the most reliable results? Join us for this webinar to learn more about contaminated properties, get answers to these questions, and much more.
Topics covered during this webinar include:
Environmental Contamination, Risks, and Stigma
The Remediation Lifecycle
FNMA and USPAP Requirements
Analysis Methods: Environmental Case Study, Paired Sales, Multiple Regression, and Income Capitalization Analysis
Data Sources and Resources
Current Issues and What’s Ahead
Audience: Appraisers of all knowledge levels both Residential and Commercial, lenders, assessors, and realtors.
Richard J. Roddewig, MAI, JD, CRE, FRICS, President, Clairon Associates, Inc.
Thomas O. Jackson, Ph.D., AICP, MAI, CRE, FRICS, President and Principal Consultant, Real Property Analystics, Inc.
Frank J. Lucco, SRA, CRP, Managing Director, Accurity Qualified Analytics
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