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» The ASEA course Will Answer These
» Questions & More!

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» How do I know when I should accept or decline a request to do an
appraisal on property I'm marginally familiar with?

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» How much should I charge?

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» Should I charge by the hour or by the job?

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» How do I find comparable properties to use in establishing value
on property I'm appraising?

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» Do comparable properties have to be exactly like the property
I'm appraising? If not, how do I make adjustments to account for
the differences?

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» When should I write a restricted use appraisal report?

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» What information should I gather during the initial contact with a
potential client?

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» When inspecting property, what notes should I take?

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» How can I determine the appropriate type of value to use for each
iappraisal assignment?

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» Can I use other people to help me do an appraisal?

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» How do I value property that is a collectible item?

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» How long should I keep appraisals and file information?

 

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