Attend this webinar and hear from two noted experts as they cover sweeping market conditions for appraisal purposes and integrating trend reporting.
- How to compare Case-Shiller Indices to reality: What's the impact of distress on home prices?
- How to evaluate the leading indicators of the housing market and forecasting.
- How to recognize and evaluate Months Remaining Inventory (MRI), list prices and other leading indicators for your valuations.
- About the specifics of Market Condition Reporting: 1004MC.
- Discussions of regulatory pressure: No one can be the highest price in the neighborhood.
- The latest on Automating Market Condition Reporting.
- The state of the art in automated interactive appraisals - don't be left not knowing about this new technology!
Date: August 22, 2012
Time: 10:00 am PT, 11:00 am MT, 12:00 pm CT, 1:00 pm ET
Duration: 2 hours
CE Credit: Appraisal Institute members who attend will receive 2 hours of Appraisal
Institute continuing education credit. Completion certificates will not be sent. This is
not approved for state continuing education credit.
Norm Miller is a Professor of Real Estate at the University of San Diego with the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate. He was V.P. of Analytics for the CoStar Group in 2010-2011, a public commercial real estate data and market analysis company headquartered in Wash DC. He is Editor of the Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, a journal which he founded in 2009 with the support of CoStar. See www.josre.org Previously he was at the University of Cincinnati where he was Academic Director and the founder of the real estate program. He has spent time as a Visiting Faculty at Depaul and the University of Hawaii. He started his academic career at the University of Georgia. He received his Ph.D. from the Ohio State University in Finance and Real Estate with a minor in City and Regional Planning. He is active on the Editorial Board of several national/international journals and is a past President of ARES, the American Real Estate Society.
Dr. Miller has numerous academic articles, books and articles in trade market publications on housing, brokerage, mortgage risk, valuation, sustainable real estate and many other topics. His research on housing market analysis and forecasting with Michael Sklarz spans three decades.
Michael Sklarz is the President of Collateral Analytics, a Honolulu based company whose products include automatic valuation models (AVMs), home price indexes and forecasts, and real estate and mortgage market analytics. Michael has more than 25 years of professional experience in real estate research, analysis and real estate technology product development in the United States and global real estate markets. Previously, Michael was Head of Analytics at Fidelity National Financial and Chief Valuation Officer for Fidelity National Information Solutions. Michael was also previously the Director of Research at Prudential Locations, Inc., where he helped pioneer the development of new analytic tools and databases to track and forecast the Hawaii and U.S. real estate markets. Michael holds a B.S. in Engineering Mathematics from Columbia University and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Engineering from the University of Hawaii. He is also a Fellow of The Homer Hoyt Institute.
Richard L. (Rick) Borges, II, MAI, is president-elect of the Appraisal Institute for 2012. The following year he will serve as president and in 2014 will become the Appraisal Institute’s immediate past president for one year. He also will serve on AI’s Executive Committee those three years and will be a member of the Board of Directors during that time as well.
Borges has been a member of the Appraisal Institute since 1978, a member of the National and Indiana Associations of Realtors and the Jackson County Board of Realtors since 1974 and the Columbus (Ind.) Board of Realtors since 1997.
Borges received the President’s Award from the Appraisal Institute in 2009, the Richard E. Nichols, MAI, SRA, Lifetime Achievement Award from the Hoosier State Chapter in 2008, the Edward L. White Achievement Award from the Hoosier State Chapter in 2000, the Dick Snyder Service Award from the Indiana Association of Realtors in 1984 and the Realtor of the Year Award from the Jackson County Board of Realtors in 1982.
He is an Indiana certified general appraiser, an Indiana real estate broker, an Indiana Level I and Level II assessor-appraiser, an Appraiser Qualifications Board-certified Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice instructor and an Indiana certified tax representative.