Are you interested in presenting at the Appraisal Institute’s 2020 Annual Conference? The proposal submission deadline is Monday![Read more…] about Three Days Left to Submit Presentation Proposals for 2020 Annual Conference
Courts, market participants and valuation professionals have expressed widespread concern about the broad range in real estate values presented by opposing litigation experts regarding single-tenant, big-box properties, according to an article from the Summer 2019 issue of The Appraisal Journal.[Read more…] about Wide Range of Big-Box Values Raises Concerns: The Appraisal Journal
An appraisal is one of the key components of buying or selling a home, and if potential issues are found with that opinion of value, buyers and sellers have options.
Here are four tips to consider before challenging an appraisal:
Special care must be taken to understand the timeshare interest and the competitive market in which that interest would sell, according to an article from the Spring 2019 issue of The Appraisal Journal that explores key issues facing appraisers when valuing timeshares.
“Timeshares, Market Value, and the Real Estate Appraisal Process,” by Richard J. Roddewig, MAI, and Charles T. Brigden, MAI, explores key issues in timeshare appraising, including the need to identify the nature of the timeshare interest being appraised and its marketplace, and finding reliable sources of data when closed sale prices are not readily available.