The 28-Hour Power Weekend 2020 – October 8, 9, and 10
|Credit Hours: 28||Tuition: $499
Enroll by Oct. 1st for $449.10
|Date: Oct. 8-10||Enroll|
The 28-Hour Power Weekend is continuing ed for appraisers who would like to complete their license renewal education in one Olympian event.
WARNING: This is the ‘Arnold Schwarzenegger’ version of Appraiser Continuing Education. The series is not intended for the wimpy or faint of heart.
In response to requests from busy appraisers, The Real Estate Academy created The 28-Hour Power Weekend. This is a multi-day continuing ed event for procrastinating appraisers (or those who have been too busy to complete their license renewal requirements). The courses will be offered on consecutive days, enabling the time challenged appraiser to complete 28 hours of CE (or part of the 28 hours) at one event.
Partial enrollment is allowed. If you don’t need your entire 28-hours of CE, you are welcome to enroll in any segment that suits your needs and interests – just click on the title.
|Date: Thursday, October 8, 2020||Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM||Tuition: $159|
In real estate appraisal, “externalities” are any event or item outside the boundaries of a property that have an influence on its worth. External influences include physical, social, economic and governmental factors that can have profound affects on property value. The course identifies these influences and addresses the appraiser’s responsibility in assessing their impact on value. CE Credit: 5 Hours.
|Date: Friday, October 9, 2020||Time: 8:30 AM||Tuition: $85|
Market value is directly dependent on the rights associated with ownership of property. In fact, property is a legal right that expresses the relationship between owners and their possessions. In this course, we’ll review the historic origins of the “bundle of rights” and their affect on market value. CE Credit: 5 Hours.
|Date: Friday, October 9, 2020||Time: 1:30 PM||Tuition: $85|
Prices play a crucial role in the orderly functioning of the real estate industry. They are central to the perception of value by buyers and sellers, and they are the focus of the appraiser in developing an objective opinion of value. An interesting study that will explore the concept of “real” value and the role of prices in the valuation process. CE Credit: 5 Hours.
|Date: Saturday, October 10, 2020||Time: 8:30 AM||Tuition: $85|
Ownership of real estate is not absolute, but dependent on the type of interest a person holds in the property. The type of interest is also limited by private and public (governmental) restrictions. The course will explore various interests in real estate and the options available for taking ownership of those interests. CE Credit: 5 Hours.
|Date: Saturday, October 10, 2020||Time: 1:30 PM||Tuition: $85|
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Glen Allen, VA 23059