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building-10This course is designed for the experienced residential appraiser that is considering expanding their practice to involve appraising commercial real estate. This is an introductory course that provides a look at what's needed in order to move from appraising residential properties to commercial properties.

The course presents what education is needed, what experience is needed, and what resources are needed. A complete overview of commercial real estate is discussed along with a review of the appraisal process and how it relates to commercial real estate appraising. This course is highly recommended to be taken prior to taking any beginning income appraisal courses.

Participants will leave with a solid understanding of what it takes to appraise income producing properties and what to expect from future courses dealing with income properties...

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RP 213 - Applied Residential

Prerequisite: RP201 or equivalent

Applied residential property valuation is designed to enhance a student's previous academic learning experience with the correct application of procedures and techniques required to estimate market value of single-family residential properties. The material presented in this class is designed to promote the ability to apply basic appraisal judgment and how this discernment applies.

The course covers appraiser qualifications, USPAP requirements, inspection of residential properties, lender requirements, completing the URAR form, neighborhood concerns, site analysis, improvements analysis, and the three traditional approaches to value, adjustment techniques, the reconciliation process, and necessary addenda items.


RP214 - Introduction to Multi-Family Residential Appraising 1-4 Units

Prerequisite: RP201 or equivalent

Introduction to Multi-Family Residential property valuation is designed to improve a student's previous academic learning experience with the correct application of procedures and techniques required to estimate market value of small residential income properties from 1-4 units. The material presented in this class is designed to promote the ability to apply basic appraisal judgment and how this discernment applies.

The course covers appraiser qualifications, inspection of small income residential properties, lender requirements, completing the small residential income form, neighborhood concerns, site analysis, improvements analysis, and the three traditional approaches to value, adjustment techniques, the reconciliation process, and necessary addenda items.


RP215 - Applied Multi-Family Appraising 5+ Units

Prerequisite: RP201, RP214, RP202, RP203, or equivalent

Applied residential Multi-Family property valuation is designed to augment a student's previous academic learning experience with the correct application of procedures and techniques required to estimate market value of multi-family residential properties of more than 5 units. The material presented in this class is designed to promote the ability to apply basic appraisal judgment and how this discernment applies. The course prepares the practicing appraiser to qualify for the Certified Residential level appraisal license. This class uses the residential income form as a guide to set forth a methodical process for appraising multi-family properties and their intricacies. The emphasis is on the Sales Comparison and Income Approaches. Detailed areas covered include, real estate markets and analysis, highest and best use considerations, gross rent multipliers, and direct capitalization.


RP216 - Advanced Multi-Family Residential Appraising

Prerequisite: RP201, RP214, RP215, RP202, RP203, or equivalent

Advanced Multi-Family focuses on actual case studies, delves into residential income producing residential properties with subsidized rental income, and presents narrative report writing for multi-family properties. This course is designed for the experienced appraiser. The emphasis is on the Sales Comparison and Income Approaches. Students are required to reach value conclusions from the case studies provided. Specialized areas covered include valuation issues of partial interests, land uses/planning/zoning considerations, yield capitalization, and discounting cash flows.


RP217 - Introduction to Commercial Property Appraising

Prerequisite: RP201, RP216, RP202, RP203, or equivalent

Introduction to Commercial Property valuation is designed to introduce a student's previous academic learning experience with the correct application of procedures and techniques required to estimate market value of general commercial properties, which include office properties, industrial properties, and retail properties. This class uses the UCIAR form as a guide to set forth a methodical process for appraising general commercial properties and their intricacies. The material presented in this class is designed to promote the ability to apply basic appraisal judgment and how this discernment applies.

The course covers appraiser qualifications, inspection of commercial properties, lender requirements, completing the UCIAR form, neighborhood concerns, site analysis, improvements analysis, and the three traditional approaches to value, adjustment techniques, the reconciliation process, and necessary addenda items. This is an introductory course, which also covers property types, data sources, as well as general concepts regarding commercial property appraising.


RP218 - Applied Commercial Property Appraising

Prerequisite: RP201, RP217, RP202, RP203, or equivalent

Applied Commercial property valuation is designed to augment a student's previous academic learning experience with the correct application of procedures and techniques required to estimate market value of commercial properties. The material presented in this class is designed to promote the ability to apply basic appraisal judgment and how this discernment applies. The course prepares the practicing appraiser to qualify for the Certified General level appraisal license. This class uses the UCIAR form as a guide to set forth a methodical process for appraising commercial properties and their intricacies.

The emphasis is on the Sales Comparison and Income Approaches for general retail centers, general industrial buildings, and small office buildings, and introduces narrative report writing.


RP219 - Advanced Commercial Property Appraising

Prerequisite: RP201, RP217, RP218, RP202, RP203, or equivalent

Advanced Commercial Property valuation focuses on actual case studies of offices, retail properties, and industrial properties, and presents narrative report writing for commercial properties. This course is designed for the experienced appraiser. The emphasis is on the Sales Comparison and Income Approaches. Students are required to reach value conclusions from the case studies provided. Additional case studies of other types of commercial properties such as restaurants and self-storage facilities are introduced. Specialized areas covered include valuation issues of partial interests, land uses/planning/zoning considerations, yield capitalization, and discounting cash flows.