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AQB approved, this 15-hour text focuses on valuing unique and high-end residential dwellings with substantial or unique structures and amenities. A comprehensive review of appraisal concepts and procedures is helps prepare users to apply the specialized knowledge required to complete complex appraisal problems. "In Practice" case studies engage classroom discussion and develop problem-solving skills. Frequent reviews throughout check student mastery. Authors Mark A. Munizzo and Lisa Virruso Musial are both practicing Certified General Real Estate Appraisers and award-winning instructors receiving the Instructor of the Year Award from the National Association of Independent Fee Appraisers (NAIFA) in 2002 and 2004 respectively. An Instructor Resource Guide, available online to adopters, provides timed lecture outlines, two final exams, exam answer keys w/rationale and PowerPoint instructional slides.
Introduction. Learning Objectives. I. THE APPRAISAL PROCESS, APPROACHES, METHODS, AND TECHNIQUES. 1. Review of the Appraisal Process, Critical Thought Process, and Market Analysis. 2. The Cost Approach. 3. The Sales comparison Approach. 4. The Income Approach. 5. Land/Site Valuation Techniques. 6. Graphic Analysis. II. APPROACHES, METHODS AND TECHNIQUES. 7. Problem Identification, Scope of Work, and Managing the Assignment. 8. Market Analysis Part 1: Data Collection, Highest and Best Use, and Land Value. 9. Market Analysis Part 2: The Approaches to Value, Graphic Analysis, and Reconciliation. 10. Communicate the Results. III. COMPLEX PROPERTIES. Appendix A: Appraisal Math and Statistics. Appendix B: Forms of Ownership. Section Review Answer Key. Index.