This webinar features two expert panelists who will discuss Insurance Replacement Valuation and its emergence as its own defined discipline within the appraisal
profession. We will be discussing issues and processes related to the scope of work, valuations of newly constructed and reconstructed real estate, and the various
approaches to value that can be utilized to reach the specific unique goals of the Insurance Replacement Valuation process.
Presenters will discuss:
- The definition of insurance replacement valuation and its status as an emerging discipline in the appraisal field
- The scope of work related to Insurance Replacement Valuation
- How to create appraisal reports compliant with USPAP
- How to avoid pitfalls and liability issues
- Items which should not be part of an insurance appraisal
- Valuations based on new construction vs. reconstruction
- The approaches to value relevant to Insurance Replacement Valuation
- The end goals of the Insurance Replacement Valuation process
Any appraiser who is interested in becoming more involved in this emerging appraisal discipline please join us.
Date: October 8, 2013
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.
Lawrence J. Golicz, Ph.D., MAI, ASA, is currently acting as an independent valuation consultant and has been appraising for over 35 years. Dr. Golicz has
specialized in atypical and complicated property appraisals. He has had experience with all types of real estate, has performed mass appraisals of whole communities,
has appraised tangible property of all kinds, including machinery and equipment, and has provided valuations dependent upon special purpose improvements, including
sewage treatment plants, licensed landfills, scrap metal processing plants, recycling facilities, power plants, refineries for gasoline and recycled oil, a whey plant,
He has also participated in the appraisal of the General Motors Technical Center and the Chrysler Technical Center. He serves as a Special Magistrate for Tax
Appeals and has provided expert testimony in federal and circuit courts in bankruptcy and foreclosure as well as before the Michigan Tax Tribunal.
Patricia Staebler, SRA, started her career in her family’s engineering office in Germany where she was responsible for cost estimation, construction budget, and site supervision. She managed the 15-head engineering office and was also responsible for the property management of 60+ commercial and residential rental units.
Now living in SW Florida Ms. Staebler concentrates on commercial and residential real estate with emphasis on construction. She became an Insurance Claims Adjuster in 2005 and a State-Certified General Appraiser in 2006 and opened her firm shortly after. As a member of the Appraisal Institute she was awarded the SRA designation in 2010.
She is the founder of Staebler Appraisal and Consulting, a firm that concentrates on insurance replacement valuation and reserve studies for the condominium and homeowner’s association industry. Her other specialties include cost segregation analysis, market analysis and commercial appraisal assignments in general.