Condemnation Appraising: Principles and Applications

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Who should enroll
  • Experienced residential and general real property appraisers interested in increasing their expertise and ability to provide services in eminent domain litigation
  • Attorneys interested in effective and efficient integration of expert valuation testimony in their trial presentations
Description Condemnation Appraising: Principles and Concepts presents the eminent domain process, rules and regulations governing condemnation appraisals, and important issues unique to this appraisal specialty. Participants acquire the tools to address issues such as the valuation rules used by different jurisdictions, identification and valuation of the larger parcel, and the estimation of damages and benefits. They also examine advanced applications of appraisal techniques and problem-solving in condemnation cases. Finally, participants will discover how courts view various appraisal methodologies. Case studies reinforce the application of condemnation appraisal principles.

This course is in the Litigation Professional Development Program. View this list of FAQs, which includes information regarding the courses you’ll need to complete the program successfully.

Objectives
  • Identify how property rights and land-use regulations affect the condemnation appraisal process.
  • Determine which property to appraise in a condemnation appraisal.
  • Recognize the importance of defining public projects and identify their impact on the subject property.
  • Perform competent and admissible appraisals.
  • Recognize the appraiser’s role in inverse condemnation actions.
  • Describe the appraiser’s role as a consultant to legal counsel.
  • Identify the valuation concepts and rules of law and procedure typically used in a condemnation valuation jury trial.


Refer to this page for details of state approval hours for this course.

  • Attended Only:

    180
  • Attended Only:

    180
  • Attended Only:

    180
  • Attend and Pass Exam:

    200
  • Attend and Pass Exam:

    200
  • Attend and Pass Exam:

    200
21 hours
No
Yes
1
Intermediate
N/A
Classroom Requirements Online Requirements Synchronous Requirements
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This course allows the option to test out of the course. Click to Challenge examination.


NOTE: States DO NOT  provide credit for challenge examinations.

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