Oct
1
Thu
2020 Lake Tahoe Conference – Harvey’s (postponed until 2021)
Oct 1 – Oct 2 all-day
Oct
21
Wed
4-Hour Laws & Regs (Virtual offering – must have webcam to enroll in this class)
Oct 21 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

AI Tuition: $125; Non-AI Tuition: $135

**Registration coming soon

Instructor: Dawn Molitor-Gennrich, SRA, AI-RRS

This will be a virtual offering via ZOOM

Oct
29
Thu
Desktop Appraisals (Bifurcated, Hybrid) and Evaluations – Virtual
Oct 29 all-day

*Registration details coming soon*

Nov
3
Tue
7-HR USPAP – Virtual
Nov 3 all-day

Instructor: Stephanie Coleman, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, AI-RRS

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AITuition: $155; Non-AI Tuition: $165

Zoom information emailed out the day before

Dec
3
Thu
Business Practices & Ethics – Virtual
Dec 3 all-day

Instructor: Stephanie Coleman, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, AI-RRS

AI Tuition: $145; Non-AI Tuition: $155

Registration coming soon

Link to ZOOM emailed out the day before class begins

 

 

 

 

 

Business Practices and Ethics is an important course that provides information about standards and ethics requirements for valuers in general and, more specifically, for valuers who belong to the Appraisal Institute. Through discussion questions and examples, the class compares behavior and actions that illustrate violations of the Code of Professional Ethics, and participants learn how referrals can be made. Participants are also introduced to the Appraisal Institute Guide Notes to the Standards of Professional Practice and use these Guide Notes to resolve everyday appraisal practice problems. At the end of the course, they learn about common errors in appraisal reports and review reports, and they respond to questions about challenges that arise in appraisal practice such as requests for updates and requests to change or add intended users. These are common business practice issues that appraisers encounter in various assignments, including mortgage lending, litigation, and property tax appeal. Other real-life scenarios in the course illustrate less common business practice issues such as an appraiser’s obligation when illegal or criminal behavior is observed.