The Ohio Chapter’s Property Tax Webinar 2022 will provide
meaningful insights into the new property tax law, COVID-19 and its effect on
value, handling high vacancy properties, what attorneys and county assessors
want to see in appraisals, plus more. This seminar includes various members of
the appraisal and/or real estate related industries, property tax attorneys,
etc. Each speaker/panel member will give input and/or discuss the webinar
topics, if it relates to them. There too, will be time for comments, questions,
Tax Law - House Bill 126
COVID-19 has Affected Values
to Handle High Vacancy Properties
Do the County Assessors and Attorneys Want to See
Classroom-Live/Interactive Participation Guidelines:
must have computer, webcam & microphone capability to participate &
receive continuing education credit. The platform will be interactive and live.
The instructor must be able to physically see and interact with all students
and students must be able see and interact with the instructor.
If you have
not already sent one in for a previously attended Ohio Chapter offering, a copy of a
photo ID (driver's license; passport; ID with photo & name) MUST be
emailed to the Chapter office as verification after you have registered
for the offering prior to the offering start date, but no later than the start
of class. Only your name and photo are
needed. Please feel free to redact any personal information before
Only those students who provide the photo identification and
“properly attend” the program in its entirety (face being visible at ALL times during class presentation) will receive a certificate of completion. Attendance will be
taken at various times throughout the event.
You do not need a paid account with ZOOM to
participate. You will receive a separate email from the Chapter Office with
log-in/access information. If you are using your iPad/iPhone/smartphone, please
download the ZOOM app prior to offering.
check your webcam privacy settings on your computer. If you have a Lenovo
laptop, you must have the Lenovo Vantage App installed on your computer for
webcam to work.
It is important to note that the AI educational programs that may be
offered by virtual delivery *ARE NOT* approved in every state. Some
states DO NOT allow virtual education. ALL participants MUST check
state approvals prior to registering for any chapter offered Appraisal
approvals before registering to make
sure the states you are licensed have approved the seminar/seminar and allow
Virtual education in place of classroom education during the pandemic and for
chapter with questions regarding participation guidelines: email@example.com
*Login Access: 6/28/22: 2:15 p.m. EDT
Welcome, Agenda, Roll Call & Class: 6/28/22: 2:45 p.m.
- 5 p.m. EDT
Synchronous Livestream (Virtual) CE Credit Approvals
Appraisal Institute: Attend Only: 10 points
OH Appraiser Board: 2 Hours
OH Real Estate: 2 Hours
Supreme Court of Ohio: 2 Hours
Appraisal Institute, AQB, and OHLB require full attendance (100%) at the
seminar. If the attendance roster reflects less than 100%, it could/will
show up on the roster submission to the states.
Speakers to Include:
Cecilia J. Hyun, Partner, Siegel
Jennings Property Tax Law
Steven R. Gill, Esq., Partner, Sleggs, Danzinger & Gill Co.
Bradley A. Bookheimer,
Director of Real Estate, Office of the
Hamilton County Auditor
Richelle L. Thoburn
Ford, Esq., Associate, Rich & Gillis Law Group,
· Emily Braman, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS,
2021 Ohio Chapter President, AI