CNA101 – Introduction to Real Estate Appraising
This correspondence course provides a comprehensive introduction to the valuation of real property. Valuation theory related to both residential and commercial property is covered, as well as the practical applications of all factors affecting value and real property valuation. The appraisal process is presented in detail with class members solving valuation problems using a student manual or work book. Students must pass an examination to receive a certificate of completion.
• Value defined and classified
• Factors that create and affect value
• Principles of real estate
• Construction types
• Highest and best use
• The appraisal process
• Data collection
• Valuation approaches
• Report writing
• Site valuation
Course Material: Textbook: “Principles of Residential Appraisal”
USB: Participant Manual 1.1
Principles of Residential Real Estate Appraising
Basic Appraisal Principles
By: Calvin W. Moye, IFAS
CALMO Realty Services, Inc.
Total Continuing Education Hours: 45
This course is mandatory for the DAR designation and should be completed within the first four months of being a member.