Location: Virtual Classroom, TN
- Virtual Classroom
- Virtual Classroom
Virtual Classroom, TN 37204
- Myra Pitts
- Bartlomain, Lynette
* Up To 15 days prior to program start date, $25.00 cancellation fee.
* 7 - 14 days prior to program start date, $50.00 cancellation fee.
* Less than 7 days prior to program start date, forfeit of payment.
* Up To 15 days prior to program start date, $25.00 transfer fee.
* 7 - 14 days prior to program start date, $25.00 transfer fee.
* Less than 7 days prior to program start date, no transfer allowed.
This class is approved by the state of TN for 7 hrs of CE under approval code 2444.
Registration 7:30 a.m. central time
Class begins 8 a.m. central time
The class will end around 3:45 p.m.central time
Registered attendees will receive an invite with the Zoom meeting login credentials 1 day before class and then again 30 minutes before class begins.
· have a computer (or smartphone) with a webcam and microphone (or dial in via phone)
· have internet access
· be able to scan a copy of a photo ID to firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional Biography for Lynette Instructor:
Bartlomain, AI-GRS is a real estate expert at Landmark Research Group, LLC. She
specializes in real estate damage economics and property valuation; which includes environmental contamination, natural
disasters, industrial incidents, title
defects, and other detrimental conditions which impact a wide variety of
property types, including land,
commercial/industrial and residential properties. She has experience in
complex valuation and diminution-in-value
studies; including damage issues for government, major corporations, oil and utility companies and property
owners. Lynette holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree
in Organizational Leadership from Chapman. She is a licensed Certified General
Appraiser and is a designated member of the
The seminar is
designed to outline the fundamental framework used to value damaged real
estate. There are two sessions in the seminar, morning and afternoon. The first
session introduces key terminology, knowledge areas, and methodologies.
Applicable methodologies are then broken down and analyzed, focusing on their
use in real estate damage valuation assignments. The second session focuses on
practical application of the methodologies. Case studies are outlined across
the ten primary detrimental condition categories and applicable approaches are
Many, if not all,
appraisal professionals face real estate damage assignments. The seminar is
designed to encourage discussion around those types of assignments. The second
session reviews a broad range of real estate damage scenarios; opening an
opportunity for attendants to ask questions and work through assignment
challenges they face.
accompanies the duration of the seminar, including over 150 slides.
This Educational Program was developed by an outside party. The Appraisal Institute Chapter made arrangements for the Third-Party to offer the Program with the intent of addressing topic(s) based on a certain chapter or local need for such topic, solely educational and informational purposes. The Appraisal Institute national organization was not involved in developing or organizing the Program and does not endorse the Program or its content.
The content of this Program, including but not limited to any written materials and presenter comments, does not represent the viewpoint of the Appraisal Institute (defined as including but not limited to, the national organization, its Regions, Chapters, members, candidates, affiliates and staff) unless formally adopted by the national Board of Directors. Further, the Appraisal Institute has not peer-reviewed or approved the content of the Program and does not warrant the accuracy or timeliness of the content of the Program. The Appraisal Institute does not publish examination review materials. The content of the Program is subject to court decisions and local, state and federal laws and regulations and any such revisions of such laws and regulations.
This Program is presented with the understanding that the Appraisal Institute is not engaged in rendering legal, accounting or other professional advice or services. Nothing in the Program is to be construed as the offering of such advice or services. If expert advice or services are required, attendees and readers are responsible for obtaining such advice or services from appropriate professionals.
Please note that 100% attendance is required in order to receive any approved state credit or to be awarded AI CE points. It is imperative that you check with your state board for state approval information before completing registration.
If you have a disability and require accommodation, please notify the sponsor at least two weeks in advance for reasonable accommodations to be arranged.
The Appraisal Institute reserves the rights to cancel, limit, or reschedule the program and to change instructor assignments and facility locations at any time.