Problems in the Valuation of Partial Acquisitions 

Course 431 – Problems in the Valuation of Partial Acquisitions:  Presents more complex partial acquisition valuation problems and offers opportunities for the participants to understand better the possible applications of appraisal theory to specific partial acquisition appraisal situations.

 
Course Number:

C431

Course Title:

Problems in the Valuation of Partial Acquisitions

Course Level:

Intermediate

Course Length:

1 day, 8 AM to 5PM

IRWA Credits:

8 QEU/CEU

Prerequisites:

IRWA Course 401 or Course 421 “The Valuation of Partial Acquisitions”

Course Description

This course presents more complex partial acquisition valuation problems and offers opportunities for the participants to understand better the possible applications of appraisal theory to specific partial acquisition appraisal situations. 

Credentialing
  • Generalist: An intermediate course that can be applied towards continuing education and recertification credit.
  • Specialist: An elective for the R/W-AC program. 

Topics

  • Before Acquisition Valuation
  • Highest and Best Use as Assemblage with Adjoining Owner
  • After Acquisition Valuation
  • Benefits
  • USPAP and the Uniform Act
  • Larger Parcel
  • Consistent Use and Interim Use
  • Comparable Sales
  • Zoning
  • Cost to Cures
  • Profits a Prendre and the Unit Rule 

Course Tuition includes

  • Participant Manual 

Recommended Material

  • Financial Calculator 

Who should take this course

This course is designed for appraisers and users of appraisal services who have some partial acquisition appraisal experience.


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