Bookstore - Appraisal

2016-2017 15 Hour NAT Uniform Standards Prof Appraisl Prac

This 15-Hour National USPAP Course focuses on the requirements for ethical behavior and competent performance by appraisers that are set forth in the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). This course is unique in that it is developed by The Appraisal Foundation with assistance from the Education Council of Appraisal Foundation Sponsors (ECAFS) and is revised on a periodic basis to stay current with the latest edition of USPAP.

Cost: $40.00  

 
2016-2017 7-Hour NAT Uniform Standards Of Prof Appraisl Prac

This 7-Hour National USPAP Course focuses on changes to USPAP for 2016 and 2017 and on appraisal issues that affect daily appraisal practice. It is unique in that it is developed by The Appraisal Foundation with assistance from the Education Council of Appraisal Foundation Sponsors (ECAFS) and is revised on a periodic basis to stay current with the latest edition of USPAP.

Cost: $35.00  

 
2016-2017 Uniform Stds Of Professional Appraisal Practices

The goal of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice is to promote and maintain a high level of public trust in appraisal practice by establishing requirements for appraisers. All potential changes and additions to USPAP are evaluated in light of this goal. The adopted changes are intended to improve the clarity, understanding and enforcement of USPAP, thereby furthering the goal of promoting and maintaining public trust in appraisal practice.

Cost: $75.00  

 
Advanced Residential Applic & Case Studies Textbook 2e

This text focuses on complex properties that include valuing unique and high-end residential dwellings, common-wall structures and residential properties with substantial - and sometimes unique - accessory structures and/or amenities. With the strong use of case studies for discussion, analysis and problem solving to elevate students' knowledge of challenging residential appraisal assignments and develop the expertise to recognize and address those situations at the Certified Residential level, this is a tremendous learning resource. This text addresses methodologies used for valuing partial interests and addressing changes in market conditions; reviews cost development, locational considerations, functional obsolescence, and data identification/quantification issues; and includes an instructor guide for conducting group activities including brainstorming, sample case study discussion, and practice case studies.

Cost: $35.00  

 
Appraisal Review Crammer Textbook 5e

The Appraisal Review Crammer, 5th edition, focuses on what you need to pass your appraisal licensing exam. Numerous study aids check and reinforce learning throughout, as you're guided to full preparation for exam success. Also provided are a strong review of both terminology and concept application, as well as a refresh of your test-taking skills. Key features include the following: study tips, "Test Check" test-taking tips, updated content, exam practice.

Cost: $0.00  

 
Basic Appraisal Principles Textbook 2e

This basic appraisal text provides an overview of real estate property concepts and characteristics, legal considerations, value influences, real estate finance, types of value, economic principles, real estate markets and analysis, and ethics in appraisal. Through theory, case studies and examples, this book offers practical application of appraisal principles. Also included are the following: thorough study of concepts important to appraisal mastery, real-world case studies provide opportunity to apply information in a practical way, and extensive glossary reinforces comprehension of key terms and concepts needed for test mastery.

Cost: $45.00  

 
Basic Appraisal Procedures Textbook 3e

Basic Appraisal Procedures provides an overview of real estate appraisal approaches to value, valuation procedures, property description, residential and commercial applications, improvement construction, home inspection, and appraisal math. This revised edition features clarifications, general updates, and corrections based on feedback. Readers will find clear writing, updated and amplified real-world examples and case studies, useful illustrations, numerous practice questions and an extensive glossary, making this text the most up-to-date tool available for achieving appraisal mastery and exam success. This text provides a solid introduction to the fundamentals of appraisal theory, techniques, and methods, including the three approaches to value, economic principles, concepts of real property, value influences, and appraisal data sources; real-world case studies to illustrate and apply key concepts; and remains the most up-to-date text available.

Cost: $45.00  

 
Better Safe Than Sorry Textbook

Cost: $18.00  

 
FHA Property Analysis Textbook

Cost: $18.00  

 
Hp 12c Financial Calculator Textbook

"A time-tested performer, the HP 12c has an easy-to-use layout, one-line LCD display and efficient RPN data entry. Easily calculate loan payments, interest rates and conversions, standard deviation, percent, TVM, NPV, IRR, cash flows, bonds and more. Over 120 built in functions. Ideal for real estate, finance, accounting, economics and business work. Permitted for use on the CFP and CFA Certification Exams, and GARP FRM Exam. Key features include the following: easy-to-use layout with easy-to-read labels and display; attractive one-line x 10-character LCD display; select business functions at your fingertips; great mix of statistic, business and math functions; finance, accounting, economics and business capabilities."

Cost: $75.00  

 
Market Analysis & Highest and Best Use Textbook 2e

Identifying and analyzing market forces affecting the buyers' and sellers' behavior is key to understanding and reporting values. This textbook is designed to give students the tools needed to properly collect and analyze market data. In addition, the theory of "highest and best use" is reviewed. The two-step analysis, along with the four tests for highest and best use are covered in detail. Also included in the text are the following: introduction to the theories, techniques, and procedures of real estate market analysis and the application of highest and best use; detailed glossaries to help students master key terms for exams; learn to analyze and draw conclusions from the market; comprehensive coverage of the 2-step analysis along with the 4 tests for highest and best use.

Cost: $35.00  

 
Mastering Unique And Complex Property Appraisals Textbook 2e

This textbook will raise the level of awareness for the scope of work involved with assignments other than the everyday, single-family residential appraisal. Written to remind and reassure appraisers that any appraisal problem can be solved, and equip them with the necessary skills to recognize and resolve the problem, this resource offers many scenarios for discussion and also includes significant case study work. Property types discussed include mixed-use, unusual, income-producing, and one-of-a-kind. Other elements include the following: significant case study work for application-based learning; a variety of property types used for broad exposure; thorough discussion of process from recognizing and understanding assignment complexities, to applying tradition methods in non-traditional manners and mastering judgment and logic skills for successful customers; exposure to non-traditional valuation methods and techniques to build your appraisal toolbox and ability to take on more challenging assignments.

Cost: $40.00  

 
Res Sales Comp And Inc Appr: Concepts & Tech Textbook 2e

This textbook illustrates how the fundamental principles of valuation and appraisal standards apply to an assignment in which the sales comparison and/or income approach is relevant in the scope of work, and details the development steps in the appraisal process through reconciliation. As part of the progression, the student will become acquainted with accepted methodology and techniques that can be applied in the assignment using the sales comparison and/or income approaches. Included and emphasized, through numerous illustrations and application case studies, are how to choose comparable data, derivation and application of adjustments for various elements, derivation and application of rates of capitalization, and the logic and rationale applied during reconciliation. Also included is an introduction to the HP-12C financial calculator, as well as a discussion about using the sales comparison and income approaches in special situations. Other elements include the following: learn how to apply and defend the rationale behind market adjustments, up-to-date information on current mortgage industry guidelines and relevant USPAP requirements, references to USPAP advisory opinions and frequently asked questions, detailed glossary to help students master key terms.

Cost: $45.00  

 
Residential Report Writing and Case Studies Textbook 2e

This text focuses on the variety of form reports in use by residential appraisers today: URAR, 2055-drive-by format and more. Students will gain valuable insight into how to fill out these forms properly, in compliance with USPAP and other guidelines. Sources will be given for comparable sales, flood mapping, census tract maps, and other information necessary for form completion. Other elements include the following: written around the new Fannie Mae form, students will gain valuable insight into properly filling out forms, in compliance with USPAP and other guidelines; numerous review questions written in the style of the actual exam; detailed glossary to help students master key terms for exam success; case studies available for instructors to help illustrate key concepts.

Cost: $35.00  

 
Residential Site Valuation and Cost Approach Textbook 2e

This textbook gives students valuable insight and a working knowledge of the various theories and methodologies for arriving at residential site values and applying the cost approach in everyday appraisal work. It also covers the following: practical applications and real-world examples help apply concepts; numerous review questions written in the actual exam style; students learn to read residential building plans and accompanying specifications; the important distinction between replacement cost new and reproduction cost new are discussed, along with an in-depth look at several methods for estimating accrued depreciation.

Cost: $35.00  

 
Statistics Modeling And Finance Textbook 2e

This text provides today's residential appraiser with both the theory and practice of statistics, real estate finance, and valuation modeling. The text outlines terminology and basic principles of statistics, including practical applications in statistical analysis, and present real estate markets, terms of financing and real-world examples of how financing affects the value of real property. Equips appraisers to successfully incorporate the use of statistics into their appraisal practice. Other elements include the following: examination of the role of statistics in the appraisal process, through theory and practice; in-depth discussion of real estate finance and its relationship to market value in the typical real estate transaction; introduction to the HP 12c calculator, including step-by-step, keystroke-for-keystroke solutions to common calculations; tips to determine how the various statistical analysis methods are best applied; key terms clearly defined and explained throughout; study of statistics presented in a clear and logical format.

Cost: $35.00  

 

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