Real estate markets
fluctuate naturally over the course of time. Learning how to
recognize those market changes is important for writing a credible
report. In analyzing the market we need to determine if the market
changes are seasonal in nature, or are, in fact, a declining market.
This course will address these issues and will also cover recognized
methods and techniques to support market adjustments, and collection of
The purpose of this
seminar is to provide guidance as to generally accepted methods
and techniques for real estate professionals defining a
declining market to produce credible results.
In addition to
discussion on methods and techniques, participants will examine
case studies in class exercises. A calculator is
By the end of this
course, participants should be able to:
characteristics of a declining market
define market segmentation to determine if the market is
Be aware of
recognized methods and techniques to identify, develop,
analyze and report your conclusions to provide credible
One half-day 3.5 hour continuing education seminar. It begins
promptly at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 12:00 p.m.
No audio recording or videotaping permitted.
Course Fee. $65 if payment
received in advance; $90 if payment is
received at door.