- Virginia Commonwealth Chapter
- Ms. Weiss
- Blue Mountain Brewery
- 9519 Critzers Shop Rd.
Afton, VA 22920
- Martha Hayman
- Wallace, SRA, Bryan
in Floodplains & Wetlands”
maps are a part of appraising, but what do they mean? Appraisers should have a
basic understanding of why flooding occurs, how to read a flood map, and where
to find someone to help them learn more. Recognize the different types of
flooding, learn how the National Flood Insurance Program is administered, and
understand the components of a Flood Insurance Rate Map.
Any & all cancellations are subject to an
admin fee. No credit/refunds for
cancellations made on or after 10 days prior to class. No
credit/refunds for no-shows.
The seminar runs from 1-5pm. Please arrive 15-30 minutes
APPROVED BY THE STATE BOARD OF VA! (4CE hrs)
There is a chapter dinner meeting following
the seminar. Separate registration is required, but please make plans to
The seminar does not include food; there will be a beverage station.
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