Video explaining the sales comparison, cost and income approaches and when to use them in an appraisal
Video explaining the difference between restricted use, summary and self-contained appraisal reports, in addition to form and narrative formats.
What is Intended Use, Intended User & Client? View this video and post for an overview of these concepts and how to use them. Intended Use is defined as: “The manner in which the intended users expect to employ the information contained in a report.” Source: Appraisal Institute, The Dictionary of Real Estate Appraisal, 5th …
Recent subdivision appraisal in Evergreen of approximately 50 lots.
House Bill 12-1110 goes into effect on July 1, 2013 which could have a positive impact on commercial and residential appraisals within Colorado.
Strength’s and weaknesses of using two widely accepted rule of thumb valuations for restaurants and bars.
A quick discussion of factors at play within restaurant valuation.
Check out this new Green Features Form!
Third party green certification vs. green features.
Outline of predominant green building definitions and certifications.
Green Property Appraisal Resources.
“Opportunities and Challenges in Sustainable Property Finance and Green Commercial Building Valuation- The Resource Appraisal: A Due Diligence Report for Energy/Resource Performance Retrofit Financing”
Understanding how and when to use the Cost Approach within real property valuation.
If you’re in need of an appraisal, knowing what to order is a must. This post briefly summarizes the most used report types and styles.
Common real estate appraisal terms.