NB-Round Tables-An Excursion into Appraisal Reporting Issues

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Thursday, November 21, 2019 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

320 N.McDowell Blvd, Petaluma CA  94954

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Class ID: 
16CP986603053
Instructor: 
C Rollins, B Ford, L Kestel Rusert, M Bucchianeri, B Rousseau, M Lindsay, R Pejooh

-Round Tables-

An Excursion into Appraisal Reporting Issues

  Thursday - November 21, 2019

(9:00 am - 12:00 pm)
(3 hrs. CE Class) BREA#16CP986603053
Presented by REAA North Bay Board of Directors
CP#986603

Members Free / Non-Members $25

Walk-ins: Members $35 / Non-Members $40
Note: Early registration will close on Monday 11/18/19 5:00 pm
 Cancellations must be received on or before (11/18/19)
Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Class Starts at 9:00 a.m.
Course Overview - This ROUND TABLE seminar has 5 Breakout Sessions:
1.      VALUING NEW CONSTRUCTION – Cost Manuals, On Line Cost Systems, Contractors? What Resource is most reliable? How to handle cost spikes due to local disasters? Bruce Ford Moderator/Instructor
2.      APPRAISING FOR DISSOLUTIONS – Divorces come with two sides – one wants a high value and one wants a low – How to cope with value pressures by providing strong support for your opinions. Mark Lindsay Moderator/Instructor
3.      TESTIFYING – DEPOSITIONS AND TRIALS – Know your role – are you an Expert or a Percipient Witness? What to bring with you.. and what to expect when you testify. Corina Rollins Moderator/Instructor
4.      WHAT’S NEW IN TECHNOLOGY – Auto Data Filling Software – How does it work? Is it Reliable? With Core Logic taking over A La Mode, tell us about the other providers – what software have YOU been using? Sketching issues? Ron Pejooh Moderator/Instructor.
5.      APPRAISING FOR AN ASSESSMENT APPEAL – The Independent Expert and the Assessor – Who has the Burden of Proof and Why and what does that mean in terms of proving your opinion is the correct one? Mike Bucchianeri and Bill Rousseau (Former Sonoma County Assessor) Moderators/Instructors
Each Round Table is 25 minutes so Come and Join your Peers in What Should be Lively Discussions

 

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