NB - How to Tell the Story of Value in Appraisal Reports

Thursday, February 18, 2016 -
10:00am to 12:00pm
Class ID: 
14CP986603029
Instructor: 
Ryan Lundquist

Early Registration is now closed.

Renew your membership prior to the "How to Tell the Story of Value in Appraisal Reports " Class on February 18 and get 2 hrs of CE credits.  This class is FREE to members, $30 for non-member with early registration.

Here's a link to renew: http://reaaca.org/membership/purchase

Join us at the REAA - North Bay Chapter for our February class entitled "How to Tell the Story of Value in Appraisal Reports" taught by Ryan Lundquist. Doors open for check-in/networking at 9:00am, REAA annoucements at 9:30am, CLASS STARTS AT 10AM - 12PM  

Early registration will close on February 15, 2016 at 5pm. Walkin price (after early registration) is: $20 for members, $40 for non-members.

BY TAKING ONE OF OUR CLASSES AT THE REAA (WHETHER A MEMBER OR NON-MEMBER), YOU ARE AGREEING TO CREATE AN ONLINE ACCOUNT TO RECEIVE YOUR CERTIFICATION. THERE IS NO FEE TO CREATE AN ONLINE ACCOUNT AND YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE AN REAA MEMBER TO OBTAIN YOUR CE CERTIFICATES. THESE CERTIFICATIONS WILL, TYPICALLY, BE AVAILABLE ONLINE WITHIN 1 WEEK OF THE END OF THE COURSE.

This class is about being more effective at telling the story of the market in our appraisal reports. It's easy to get stuck in a rut of simply checking boxes. Are we really supporting the trends we say exist? For instance, we say values are "stable" or there is an oversupply of inventory in a market, but how do we really show that is true? Ryan will talk through some ways to effectively see and support these trends, and he will give you text he uses to do so (feel free to use and adapt as you see fit). Additionally, Ryan will discuss some key aspects of value to watch as appraisers, and ways we can communicate these aspects to clients - whether in reports or in person. Ryan will show you the way he creates and uses graphs in his reports with a 1004MC program (it's very quick). Ultimately, having more detailed and visual reports helps to support value conclusions, trends, and even adjustments. This will be a very practical class with ACTIONABLE content to take back to your office and apply.

Taught by Ryan Lundquist, Certified Residential Appraiser, Sacramento, CA

Ryan Lundquist is a Certified Appraiser and focuses on residential appraisals in the Sacramento area. His clients include home owners, real estate agents, governmental agencies, attorneys, and lenders. Ryan runs the Sacramento Appraisal Blog, which is a top-ranking appraisal blog in the United States. Ryan has been seen multiple times on CBS 13, quoted in the Sacramento Business Journal, Sacramento Bee, and various other publications. Ryan is the Chair of the Housing Opportunity Committee with the Sacramento Association of Realtors, and is also a board member of the Real Estate Appraisers Association of Sacramento. Ryan won the Affiliate of the Year award in 2014 from the Sacramento Association of Realtors.

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