What is the difference between an overimprovement and a superadequacy? Why does it matter?
Appraising high-dollar homes is challenging and rewarding. This webinar will define the differences between an overimprovement and a superadequacy and how they contribute to functional obsolescence when appraising homes that are over built for their given market area. Those who attend this webinar will walk away with valuable insights and skills that will enable them to handle the challenges and gain the rewards of appraising the high-dollar home.
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Join us to learn more about overimprovements and superadequacies in high-dollar homes!
Date: January 29, 2014
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.
Donald L. Saba, SRA, AICP, has been an appraiser since 1982 and a planner since 1977. He holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in geography with an emphasis in urban geography and planning from Brigham Young University. He earned the Appraisal Institute’s prestigious SRA designation, as well as the American Institute of Certified Planners’ AICP designation. In addition, Mr. Saba is a certified general appraiser and a real estate broker in Florida. With more than 30 years of experience appraising high dollar homes, condominiums, and residential sites, he also is knowledgeable in appraising green residential homes, beach easements, conservation easements, historic homes, and historic preservation easements. As a planner, he has served as an expert witness in eminent domain cases. Mr. Saba also completed the Appraisal Institute’s Litigation Professional Development Program and is an instructor of many Appraisal Institute residential courses.
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