RPA112 - The Appraisal of Real Estate (busi 330)
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The Appraisal of Real Estate (busi 330)
This subject provides a first exposure to the priciples and techniques of real property valuation. It will introduce the concepts of both "market" and "highest and best use" analysis in the appraisal process. The student will study the theory, techniques and detailed applications of the direct comparison, cost, and income approaches to property valuation
This is a credit subject applicable towards the Real Property Administration Diploma Program offered through the School of Legal and Public Administration and the Real Property Assessment Certificate Program offered through the University of British Columbia.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Understand the distinct concepts of real estate and real property.
2. Demonstrate the services that professional real estate appraisers commonly perform for their clients.
3. Discuss the various types of value and their definitions.
4. Explain the economic principles upon which the discipline of appraisal is based.
5. Discuss the forces that influence the value of real property.
6. Illustrate the step-by-step process that appraisers follow to develop and report an opinion of value.
7. Explain the various interests and forms of ownership that make up the bundle of rights and how they affect the valuation process.
8. Explain how the real estate markets work in relation to the other investment options that compete for investors' funds.
9. Discuss the characteristics of land that an appraiser analyzes to determine its value.
10. Explain how the cost of developing land and improvements serves as a measure of value.
11. Apply the techniques used to analyze and make adjustments to comparable sales.
12. Demonstrate the calculation of quantitative adjustments for the various elements of comparison and the application of qualitative analysis.
13. Demonstrate the fundamentals of the Income Approach.
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