This product is a recording of the Appraisal Institute webinar that was conducted on February 4, 2015.
Once the Appraisal Institute confirms your payment, you will receive an e-mail containing a link to the webinar recording.
Please note: The interactive features of the webinar (e.g. poll/survey questions and the final evaluation) are NOT available in the recording. Appraisal Institute continuing education credit is NOT available for viewing the recording.
WEBINAR DETAILSDate: February 4, 2015Duration: 2 hours
Description of webinar:
Net Zero Energy (NZE) buildings – which use no more energy than they generate on site - have distinct design, construction and operating characteristics that extend beyond the obvious solar PV array. And since energy is the largest controllable operating expense in most buildings, the value implication is both obvious and material. Less obvious is how NZE buildings differ in design, construction and operation from conventional buildings, and how those differences affect the valuation process.
This webinar will:
SPEAKERTimothy P. Runde, MAI, LEED AP, Carneghi and Partners, Inc. San Francisco, CA
Timothy P. Runde, MAI, LEED AP, has 25 years of commercial real estate appraisal and consulting experience, with a special expertise in green building and sustainability. He earned a Master of Science degree in Real Estate Appraisal and Investment Analysis from the University of Wisconsin.
Tim is one of a handful of appraisers to hold both the LEED AP credential from the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) and the MAI designation from the Appraisal Institute. He parlays this unique combination of financial analysis and green building knowledge in numerous speaking engagements across the country including Greenbuild, AI Connect, and Buildings New York. He is an approved instructor and course reviewer for the Appraisal Institute and has served as a peer reviewer for The Appraisal Journal. His most recent publication, a peer-reviewed article on integrating sustainability and green building into the appraisal process, appears in The Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, Vol. 2. Tim is currently a Partner with Carneghi and Partners, Inc. in San Francisco.