|Note: You will be registering for the Delaware offering; Metro NJ Chapter is offering this seminar in conjunction with the Delaware Chapter. The Zoom link will be emailed March 1st and a reminder will be emailed on March 4th. Contact Debra Miller at [email protected] for more information or Lisa Weiss at [email protected]
Check in begins at 12:45pm; class is 1-5pm Instructor: Lamar Ellis, MAI, SRA
This course covers primarily a residential construction case study and is intended for real property appraisers, real estate agents, and anyone else who wants to understand more about how houses are constructed from a lenders and builder’s perspective. Covered topics include understanding how builders and lenders interact and performing an inspection of a residential home in Downtown Atlanta. It is filled with illustrations and photographs, with an emphasis on a case study of a residential home that was under construction over an 11-month period. It covers the entire process, literally from the ground up. General topics covered include choosing a site, site development, construction techniques, cost breakdown sheet, construction draw sheet, and construction inspection.
Virtual Meeting Participation Guidelines:
Students must have webcam/iphone/ipad/smartphone capability to participate and 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.
You must send a copy of a picture ID (if you have attended a chapter class or meeting, your ID will be on file), which can be your driver’s license with all details blacked out except the name and picture emailed to the Chapter office as verification after you have registered for the offering prior to the offering start date.
You cannot take virtual education from a vehicle; you must be able to see the presentation, be seen and respond if necessary.
ZOOM access link will be emailed to student prior to the offering in separate email from registration confirmation.
If you are using your Ipad/Iphone/smartphone please download the ZOOM app prior to offering.
Please check your webcam privacy settings on your computer.
To be submitted to the New Jersey State Board of Real Estate Appraisers for 7 CE hours. (PA is reciprocal with NJ), and the New York State Real Estate Appraisal Board for 7 CE hours, the Real Estate Commission (NJ Insurance and Banking Board) for 7 CE hours, the New Jersey Assessors Board for Appraisal and Administrative Hours and the NJ Legal Board.
Registration includes a download of the 2024-2025 Student Handbook and the Reference book. If you want a printed copy of these materials you will need to choose materials when you register for $15 plus shipping.
You will need to purchase the updated USPAP book when it is available from the Appraisal Foundation, www.appraisalfoundation.org.