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    Advanced Land Valuation: Sound Solutions to Perplexing Problems

    October 25, 2024 Fayetteville, NY
    October 25, 2024
    08:30AM - 04:30PM (EST)
    Upstate New York Chapter
    The Craftsman Inn & Suites
    7300 East Genesee Street
    Fayetteville, NY 13066
    Susanne M. Curran, MAI, AI-GRS
    Class Time
    7 hours
    Full Price
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    Course Description
    By examining unusual and complex land valuation assignments, this seminar takes concepts covered in other AI programs to the next level. Besides lecture, discussion, and Q&A, sample case studies demonstrate, primarily in Excel, conceptual and practical applications that you’ll be able to incorporate into your day-to-day work. Suggested solution strategies for these assignments are provided.
    Who Should Enroll
    • General and residential certified appraisers
    • Consultants, real estate agents, land owners, land use planners, developers, investors
    AI CE Points
    State Approvals
    State QE/CE Course & Exam Course Only Exam Only Delivery Format Approval Format Start Date Expire Date State Code
    CA CE 7 7 Classroom Classroom 04/29/2021 04/29/2025 17CP754601266 (Southern California Chapter)
    IL CE 7 Classroom Classroom 05/30/2023 12/31/2024 575.010649 (Chicago Chapter)
    IN CE 7 Classroom Classroom 04/28/2023
    NE CE 7 Classroom Classroom 09/29/2023 09/29/2028 2231495.05 (Nebraska Chapter)
    TX CE 7 7 Classroom Classroom 11/09/2022 11/30/2024 TX Provider #5 Course #44731 (Texas Plains Chapter)
    WI CE 7 Classroom Classroom 09/13/2022 REA4379 (Wisconsin Chapter)
    Course Objectives
    • Use a land residual technique based on a DCF analysis to value land intended for two alternative competing uses (“for rental” apartments versus “for-sale” condominiums).
    • Determine the highest and best use of land when the legally permissible, physically possible, and financially feasible use(s) are very uncertain and cannot be determined using traditional methodologies.
    • Determine land value when the value is a function of a curvilinear relationship with its appropriate unit of comparison (in this case, the value of land suitable for apartment development as a function of density).
    • Determine land rent using a nontraditional unit of comparison (in this case land rental value based on average traffic volume).
    • Estimate the value of land subject to a long-term ground lease with multiple forms of financial benefits accruing to the landowner.
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    Additional Information:
    Seminar Materials Include:

    • Seminar Handbook (170 pp.)
    • Pre-Class Downloads (1.5 KB)
    • Pre-Class Memo (1 p.)

    None specified

    • Familiarity with DCF concepts and general valuation approaches, specifically yield capitalization
    • Basic working knowledge of Excel helpful
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