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Appraising in a “Crazy” Market

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> Trainee Workshop > AMC Guide > OREP E&O ★★★★★ “They are knowledgeable, professional, and understand urgency.” – Joe Thweatt Editor’s Note:  Share your experience with trainees in Working RE’s Survey for Trainee Supervisors and help the entire industry. Take the four-minute survey now. Appraising in a “Crazy” Market by Isaac Peck, Editor  In mid-2021,… Read More

Insurance IQ: What is BIPD?

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>Trainee Workshop > AMC Guide > OREP E&O ★★★★★“They are knowledgeable, professional, and understand urgency.” – Joe Thweatt Editor’s Note:  Share your experience with trainees in Working RE’s Survey for Trainee Supervisors and help the entire industry. Take the four-minute survey now. Insurance IQ: What is BIPD?by Isaac Peck, Editor  In my role at OREP,… Read More

The Path that Brought us Here

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>Trainee Workshop  > AMC Guide > OREP E&O ★★★★★ “They are knowledgeable, professional, and understand urgency.” – Joe Thweatt Editor’s Note:  Share your experience with trainees in Working RE’s Survey for Trainee Supervisors and help the entire industry. Take the four-minute survey now. The Path that Brought Us Here by Richard Hagar, SRA A wise… Read More

Cost Segregation Studies – Background

Events Leading to the Use of the Cost Segregation Study by Guy P. Reese, MAI and Kevin Cavasos, CMI Component depreciation in various forms was permitted by IRS for measuring depreciation until the establishment of the Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MACRS) by the Tax Reform Act of 1986. Under MACRS, assets are grouped into… Read More

From Appraising to Consulting

Editor’s Note: You’ll find Part Two of this story at WorkingRE.com (Premium Content). From Appraising to Consulting By Robert K. Bell, Jr., MAI (retired) Many appraisers can convert residential form reporting assignments to consulting assignments with some know how. Many of our appraisals should be labeled appraisal consulting reports, since they give a market value… Read More

Appraising to Consulting Part 2: Getting Started

Editor’s Note:  In Part One, Bob Bell, MAI (retired) explains how appraisers can convert residential form reporting assignments to higher-paying consulting assignments with just a little know how. “Many of our appraisals should be labeled appraisal consulting reports, since they give a market value and solve problem questions in the Highest and Best Use section… Read More