This product is a recording of the Appraisal Institute webinar that was conducted on November 18, 2015.
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Title: Appraising Commercial and Complex Properties in a Historic Area
Date: November 18, 2015
Duration: 2 hours
The appraisal of commercial and complex property in an historic area presents unique challenges to the appraiser. As with any appraisal, critical components to the process are the identification of relevant characteristics, data collection and analysis. The historic area appraisal includes these components – but with its own special spin.
In this webinar, speakers discuss their experiences with appraisals of this type and present information that will help to make your next historic appraisal easier.
Definitions and designations applicable specifically to historic properties
Comparable solutions – Where do you find a comparable for a 200-year-old antebellum Plantation, a 100-year-old post office or a 150-year-old office building?
Valuation approaches - Cost, sales comparison and income capitalization
Arthur L. Schwertz, MAI, Senior Managing Director, Valbridge Property Advisors, Metairie, LA
Pledger "Jody" Bishop, MAI, SRA, CRE, Managing Director, Valbridge Property Advisors, Mt. Pleasant, SC
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