PROFESSIONAL PERSONAL PROPERTY APPRAISAL COURSES OFFERED The International Society of Appraisers Core Course in Appraisal Studies November 2-8, 2006 in Chicago, IL Learn from the best! Written and taught by top professional personal property appraisers.
PROFESSIONAL PERSONAL PROPERTY APPRAISAL COURSES OFFERED
Those of you who have been thinking about becoming credentialed as a professional personal property appraiser should check into the Core Course in Appraisal Studies offered by the International Society of Appraisers Novemeber 2-8, 2006 in Chicago, IL. You will learn from the best - written and taught by top professional personal property appraisers, the course covers the full spectrum of knowledge required to produce appraisals for all functions, including a legal section created by practicing attorneys. Students receive continuing education units from the University of Maryland University College for course completion.
The course covers appraisal theory and principles, report writing standards, professional ethics, how to accurately describe property, how to conduct market and value research and analysis, how to start your own appraisal business, and concludes with how to write an actual appraisal in a hands-on workshop. Samples of complete appraisals are given to students, along with appraisal checklists covering the required elements for standard appraisal types. These assist in developing your own appraisal style and tailoring checklists to your specialty field.
Personal property appraisers are not currently regulated by state or federal government agencies, and consumers are turning more and more to appraisers who are trained and credentialed by professional associations. The International Society of Appraisers, a leader in the personal property appraisal profession, has provided the public with qualified appraisers for over twenty years.
This investment in your professional excellence will help build your business and expand your client services. For more information, contact ISA today.
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