Review Case Studies-Residential applies the review process to practical problems that residential reviewers face every day. In Review Theory-Residential, participants learned about developing review opinions of completeness, accuracy, adequacy, relevance, reasonableness, appropriateness, and credibility specific to another appraiser’s work, including reasons for disagreement. This course puts the theory into practice through realistic problems, work applications, group discussions, and an extended case study. Come prepared to be challenged. This course will be beneficial for reviewers, appraisers, and other real estate professionals who regularly work with appraisals and reviews.
- Apply the steps of the review process to a residential appraisal report
- Evaluate and analyze key sections of the Uniform Residential Appraisal Report (URAR) through work-life review applications.
- Effectively develop and communicate opinions of completeness, accuracy, adequacy, relevance, reasonableness, appropriateness, credibility, and reasons for disagreement
- Evaluate appraisal errors to distinguish whether they are trivial or material from a review perspective
Note. The Appraisal Institute soon will begin offering a review designation program. Those pursuing an Appraisal Institute review designation will be able to fulfill certain education requirements by completing one or more of these review courses, depending on which designation they are pursuing (residential or general) and which Appraisal Institute designation they already hold, if any. For more information regarding the requirements for the review designation, please click here.