The 28-Hour Power Weekend 2022 – October 13, 14, and 15

Credit Hours: 28 Tuition: $519
Enroll by Oct. 6th for $467.10
Date: Oct. 13-15 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.


7-Hour National USPAP Update Course

Date: Thursday, October 13, 2022 Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Tuition: $179


Market Value Influence of Real Estate Finance

The growth of the real estate industry is inextricably dependent on the ability to secure third party funding for purchases. The availability of real estate financing and the rate of interest are just two factors of lending that impact the real estate market.

The influence of real estate lending is observed in various market statistics. Ultimately that influence is reflected in property value. The appraiser's grasp of the symbiotic relationship of real estate and finance further market value comprehension.
CE Credit: 5 Hours.

Date: Friday, October 14, 2022 Time: 8:30 AM Tuition: $85


The Dynamics of Supply and Demand

People tend to buy, and buy more, at lower prices. Likewise, they tend to buy less at higher prices. The implication of this simple principle encompasses an extraordinary range of economic real estate activities.

Central to excellence in appraising is competent analysis of the underlying forces of supply and demand. The course will address these forces.
CE Credit: 5 Hours.

Date: Friday, October 14, 2022 Time: 1:30 PM Tuition: $85


Legal Liability in Appraisal Practice

The nature of appraisal practice creates an array of risk exposure for the real estate appraiser. Some of this risk exposure is common to most any business, however others are peculiar to appraising. Whatever the source of risk, it is imperative that the appraiser identify personal risk exposure and enact policies and practices to address it.

The course will identify the sources of personal and legal risk to the appraiser. Risk management strategies will be presented, including twelve ways to avoid lawsuits.
CE Credit: 5 Hours.

Date: Saturday, October 15, 2022 Time: 8:30 AM Tuition: $85


Appraisal Math & Calculations

It is a good practice from time to time to sharpen one's axe - or risk becoming dull. In this instance we will review appraisal calculations. Among the many types of calculations that appraisers perform are:

  • Sale price concession adjustments
  • Calculations for changing market conditions
  • Effective age
  • Gross rent multipliers
  • Gross leasable area

These and many others will be presented in the class.
CE Credit: 5 Hours.

Date: Saturday, October 15, 2022 Time: 1:30 PM Tuition: $85


Class Location
Hampton Inn & Suites at Virginia Center
1101 Technology Park Drive
Glen Allen, VA 23059
(804) 261-2266