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Two-Part Webinar: Land Value and the Cost Approach
with Richard Hagar, SRA
Part 1: How To Determine Land Value
• Highest and Best Use Analysis as Vacant;
• Fannie Mae’s Highest and Best Use Analysis as Improved;
• Overview of seven different valuation methods;
• Understanding the options available to appraisers;
• Where to look for hidden sales;
• How to create a superior appraisal;
• How to get paid more for your work.In this webinar, Richard Hagar, SRA shows you seven straight-forward methods for determining the land value. These methods work on SFR, multi-family, farmland, and commercial properties located in dense downtown communities or sparsely populated rural areas.
Part 2: Building a Better Cost Approach
How often do you use the cost approach? In the face of closer scrutiny, many appraisers are finding that command of the cost approach allows them to better check and support their conclusions.
Whether you are appraising residential, commercial, industrial, a new home or an ancient fixer-upper, the quality of your appraisal is increased with the inclusion of the cost approach. In this webinar, Richard Hagar, SRA shows you why the cost approach should be included and how to correctly use this method to strengthen your appraisals.
This class will cover:
• Numerous sources for cost data (paid and free);
• What Fannie Mae requires in every cost approach;
• How the cost approach impacts the final value conclusion;
• The impact of the cost approach on the sales comparison approach;
• How the cost approach can help in determining adjustments;
• Easy methods for determining depreciation;
• Why the cost approach is applicable for all homes regardless of age;
Learn proven methods for determining land value and sharpen your skills with the cost approach.
“Both parts of these webinar were outstanding. I would have to rate it as one of the best classes I have ever taken.” – Richard T.
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