Archive 2016-100: Appraisal Review – It’s a Lot Harder Than You Think
**Webinar 100 Live Broadcast Date: November 2, 2016 **
VPS StraightTalk Webinar Series: Archive Webinar Package for Appraisal Review – It’s a Lot Harder Than You Think with Timothy R. Lee, ASA
Appraisal review is a discipline, obtained through experience over the long haul and brute force in the moment. Advanced review skills come from time and repetition and require a honed awareness for detail and the big picture. Appraisers must define and then walk the line concerning the scope of an appraisal review.
Is your review a prelude to taking over a prospective client’s recurring project, a peer review for a colleague, or a rebuttal in litigation? In this webinar, Mercer Capital’s Tim Lee will review USPAP Standard 3 (very similar to NACVA review standard) and offer some insights into the practicalities and organizing concepts for an effective appraisal review.
- The participant will review USPAP Standard 3 (very similar to NACVA review standard) and learn how to avoid pitfalls in the appraisal review process
- The participant will learn the organizing concepts for understanding the “valuation” and how it was developed
- The participant will use visuals to explore and stress valuation assumptions
- The participant will gain an understanding of when and how rules of thumb can help or hurt
Information on CPE credits, refund policies, and complaint resolution can be found at www.valuationproducts.com/cpe.html.
This downloadable archived webinar package is an interactive video of the webinar with the original webinar handouts.
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