Course: Advanced Concepts and Case Studies
April 1, 2024 @ 8:00 am - April 5, 2024 @ 5:00 pm
The Northern California looks forward to offering this course that is required for the MAI designation and/or State Certification “live” IN-PERSON in April 2024. Exact dates have not yet been identified. Those with an advanced interest in this offering are encouraged to contact our Chapter Office.
Instructor: Gary S. DeWeese, MAI
his course synthesizes the three approaches to value, examines their applications, and helps you apply basic and advanced valuation techniques. Case studies teach you how to address common but complex appraisal issues, including a leased fee not at market rent, a proposed property, a property in a market not at equilibrium, and a subdivision. The course emphasizes the need to test the reasonableness of all the conclusions in an appraisal.
Note: This is primarily a synthesis course, not a review course. Like all advanced education courses sponsored by the Appraisal Institute, the course naturally reviews many concepts taught in previous courses. However, it includes some new material and does not include a complete overview of the other courses. Therefore, Advanced Concepts & Case Studies should not be considered an adequate review for the comprehensive exam. To prepare for the comprehensive exam, participants must review all four advanced education courses, as well as basic concepts from qualifying education for certified general real property appraisers.
- Develop and reconcile the cost, income capitalization, and sales comparison approaches for a leased fee interest rent, including consistent treatment of property rights
- Recognize the typical relationships between yield rates on leased fee and fee simple estates, considering their varying risk
- Review proper procedures for developing a market-supported discounted cash flow analysis and apply them to practical examples
- Develop and reconcile the cost, income capitalization, and sales comparison approaches for a proposed property as is, upon completion, and upon stabilization
- Demonstrate a working knowledge of various methods of calculating a rent-up adjustment and a property rights adjustment
- Identify the demographic and economic data used to estimate an absorption period for a development project
- Develop and reconcile the cost, income capitalization, and sales comparison approaches for a property in a market not at equilibrium
- Conduct inferred and fundamental analysis based on data provided in case studies
- Develop and reconcile the cost, income capitalization, and sales comparison approaches for a subdivision
Watch for registration to open in November 2023.