Want to be a Part Time TREES Instructor in Nashville or Chattanooga Areas? Must be a Broker Please Email Bill Whisnant at whisnant1@aol.com--------TREES CLASSROOMS Are Now Open Under New Covid-19 Guidelines - You Must Wear a Mask To and From Class and at Breaks plus Daily Temperature Checks, Daily Cleaning & Social Distancing---Because of Social Distancing, Classroom Seating is Limited, No Unregistered Walk-In Students.

Tennessee's Oldest and Largest Real Estate, Appraisal, and Home Inspection School

Residential Report Writing (Qualifying & CE) - Knoxville

Instructor: TBD, Instructor
Schedule: Weekends 8:30-5:00
Location: Knoxville
Start Date: 12/19/2020
End Date: 12/20/2020
Price: $347.00

Course Description

Residential Report Writing & Case Studies is deeply rooted in appraisal professional standards and best practices of an appraiser when communicating the opinions and conclusions of a residential appraisal. The course commences with a detailed discussion of USPAP Rules and the reporting options permitted by STANDARD 2. Appraisal writing skills are then discussed along with several examples of how the reasoning of an appraiser is expressed in typical appraisal reporting situations. The most common residential appraisal reporting form, the Uniform Residential Appraisal Report (URAR), will be fully illustrated along with the requirements of the Uniform Appraisal Dataset (UAD). The course concludes with an overview of several of the most common residential appraisal forms. Within each section of the course are numerous compelling case studies to assist reinforcement of learning. Finally, common reporting issues are explored to illustrate the level of detail required in appraisal commentary so that appraisal reports are clear and not misleading (or fraudulent). The current version of USPAP is recommended for reference during the course.
(Qualifying & CE) (15/14 hrs)

TREES Classroom courses are now open and operate under Covid-19 guidelines. We ask that you bring your own mask or face covering to class as well as respect social distancing with other students. There will be daily, “touchless" temperature checks and tables and chairs are cleaned at the end of each day. If you feel sick, we ask you to not attend class. You can make up any missed time in future classes at no charge. Thank you for your cooperation and patience.

Class Description



1 - Weekend - Saturday & Sunday

Date: December 19 & 20, 2020

Time: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Check In: 8:00 am (Eastern Time)

(Book Included)

Please bring pencil or pen, paper, and basic calculator.