AI launches courses on green commercial valuation and land valuation.
The Appraisal Institute premiered two educational offerings in November: Practical Applications in Appraising Green Commercial Properties, a two-day course on the valuation of green commercial properties, launched Nov. 6, and Solving Land Valuation Puzzles, a seven-hour seminar on land valuation issues, debuted Nov. 10.
Practical Applications in Appraising Green Commercial Properties is based on AI's new book, The Valuation of Green Commercial Real Estate, and uses case studies to introduce participants to valuation problems often encountered when appraising green commercial buildings, conventional buildings with green features, and conventional buildings in today's markets that are increasingly influenced by sustainability and green building. The course is part of AI's Valuation of Sustainable Buildings Professional Development Program, which includes two other 15-hour courses and two eight-hour courses.
Solving Land Valuation Puzzles focuses on land valuation issues, and instructs participants on how to solve land valuation and feasibility problems using less commonly applied land valuation techniques. It includes interactive case studies and discussion topics on highest and best use considerations, land residual analysis, contamination, impacts of tax increment financing on feasibility, and subdivision analysis, among others. Additionally, problem identification, assignment conditions, scope of work decisions and standards of practice are reviewed and solutions are discussed.
* Learn more about Practical Applications in Appraising Green Commercial Properties at http://bit.ly/2AJ1kSX.
* Find the Solving Land Valuation Puzzles seminar at http://bit.ly/2AhdocH.
* See more on AI's Valuation of Sustainable Buildings Professional Development Program at http://bit.ly/2AkRYtx.
* Buy The Valuation of Green Commercial Real Estate from the AI store at http://bit.ly/2xGwrlV.
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|Date:||Sep 22, 2017|
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