Branch Bank Valuation Issues

Date: December 9, 2021

Location: Livonia, MI

Great Lakes Chapter
Mrs. Kaczor
Livonia Marriott
17100 N. Laurel Park Drive
Livonia, MI 48152
Shawna Fleming
Rice, MAI, David


Check in: 12:45am-1:00pm 
Class Begins: 1:00pm.
Lunch is on your own. Cookies and soda are included.

Cancellation Policy

A full refund will be issued if request is either postmarked or fax-dated prior to November 26th.  A partial refund will apply if the request is received after October 28th.  No refund after November 26th...

Additional Information

This four hour seminar provides continuing education for Michigan assessors and appraisers.  The seminar begins with an overview of the banking industry, the evolution of its changing real estate requirements, the effects of consolidation and excess real estate.


The definition of highest and best use is reviewed including USPAP citations in Standards 1-3, 2-2 and 6-8.  Examples of changing highest and best use and the importance of land value are explored.


Court cases involving bank valuation issues are identified.  Valuation issues including forms of depreciation are addressed via market examples.


The sales comparison approach is examined including property rights issues (deed restrictions), sales of bank to bank and second generation users.


A case study highlighting different highest and best use conclusions and its effect on value is presented.


David Rice, MAI, CAE, MMAO 4

February 2020

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State Credit

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.

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