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Commercial Real Estate Training
Date: September, 2016
Duration: 8 hours over 4 parts
Understand appraisal and work smarter! This Appraisal Institute 4-part program was specifically designed to educate lending, credit, audit or risk management staff who handle appraisal engagement, review and evaluation. The instructor covers the material, brings in handy checklists, and answers questions.
Part 1: CRE Engagement: Federal Banking and Appraisal Regulations
Cover the federal appraisal regulations and federal banking regulations governing single – unit (family) residential and commercial real estate. Learn about USPAP and its 3 rules for appraisers-Ethics, Competency, and Scope of Work. Learn how to select an appraiser, order an appraisal, monitor a vendor panel, and which documents lenders must provide to the appraiser.
Part 2: The Art of Commercial Appraisal Review
Find out what a review is, who can do a review, how to determine if a report is a review, the purpose of the review and the level of competence assumed under USPAP’s Competency Rule. Scope of work is covered in detail and examples are provided.
Part 3: Sales Comparison Approach - A Case Study
Cover sales comparison approach to complete an appraisal review or evaluation of a land parcel. Discuss usefulness of sales comparison approach for different types of properties. Introduce scope of work issues – number of sales required, client requirements, level of data confirmation, level of comparison and analysis.
Part 4: Income Approach - A Case Study
Discuss properties for which the income approach is used. Scope of work issues are discussed as to the appraisal, evaluation and appraisal review. The case study demonstrates how to estimate income from all sources, adjust for market vacancy and collection loss, deduct expenses, and use direct capitalization.
Instructor and Developer: Nikki Griffith, MAI, Kennewick, WA
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