Real Estate Appraisal

Jump to Appraisal Modules (lecture material)

Course Purpose:

The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the major financial topics and their usage to plan for the short and long term to have financial stability.

Course Prerequisites, Required Competencies & Technical Skills :

Students will need to be familiar with computer usage, have access to a computer and internet connection consistently of a DSL or higher speed.

You are encouraged to use the full screen view or open in YouTube on YouTube class videos (lower right corner of the video interface)

FIN353 Syllabus(.pdf)

Syllabus or this section Covers:

  • Class etiquette
  • Tech skills/prerequisites
  • Tips to success
  • Grading policy
  • Contact expectations / feedback policy
  • Distinguish between required and optional material
  • Requirements for student interaction
  • Links for support (technology, disability services, accessibility, tutoring, office hours)

 

Appraisal Modules:

The Appraisal Profession (Unit 1) Unit01_Outline
Unit1PPT
Appraisal Math and Statistics (Unit 2) Unit02_Outline
Unit2PPT
Real Estate and it Appraisal (Unit 3) Unit03_Outline
Unit3PPT
Real Estate Transactions (Unit 4) Unit04_Outline
Unit4PPT
The Real Estate Marketplace (Unit 5) Unit05_Outline
Unit5PPT
The Appraisal Process (Unit 6) Unit06_Outline
Unit6PPT
Building Construction and the Environment (Unit 7) Unit07_Outline
Unit7PPT
Data Collection (Unit 8) Unit08_Outline
Unit8PPT
Site Valuation (Unit 9) Unit09_Outline
Unit9PPT
The Cost Approach – Parts 1 & 2 (Units 10 & 11) Unit10_Outline
Unit10PPT
Unit11_Outline
Unit11PPT
The Sales Comparison Approach (Unit 12) Unit12_Outline
Unit12PPT
The Income Capitalization Approach (Unit 13) Unit13_Outline
Unit13PPT
Direct and Yield Capitalization (Unit 14) Unit14_Outline
Unit14PPT
Reconciliation and the Appraisal Report (Unit 15) Unit15_Outline
Unit15PPT
Appraising Partial Interests (Unit 16) Unit16_Outline
Unit16PPT