The Philadelphia Chapter of the American Society of Appraisers will sponsor ME204-OOO (formerly MTS204) Advanced Topics and Report Writing on March 6, 7 & 8, 2017 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm at The Desmond Great Valley, located at One Liberty Boulevard, Malvern PA 19355. The instructor for the 3-day ASA course will be Richard A. Berkemeier, ASA.
The course provides a comprehensive review of the concepts studied in ME201, ME202 and ME203. It reviews the application of appraisal techniques to valuation of an integrated facility, such as a steel mill, and it considers various professional standards including USPAP, IVS and Ethics and their relationship to report writing. It also discusses how to develop and write a professional appraisal report.
This recently updated course examines in-depth the skills needed to address obsolescence — physical, functional and economic. And it will provide the tools needed to analyze inutility, complex leasing structures, residual forecasting, and fair rental calculations (for leasing), as well as facility valuation using all three approaches to value. Throughout, there will be an emphasis on applying the concepts studied to day-to-day practice.
Mr. Berkemeier is an independent senior asset management professional offering more than 20 years of appraisal experience within the capital markets, including risk management, inventory assessment, appraisal review, liquidation expertise, debtor-in-possession financing, and collateral management.
Please register ASAP for this class to avoid disappointment. Seating is limited.
Tuition for the class is $1200 per person, which includes all course materials, morning and afternoon beverages, and lunch buffet. You may pay by check or online. To pay online with your major credit card or PayPal go to the ASA Philadelphia Members Page, otherwise please make checks payable to ASA Philadelphia Chapter 35 and mail, including your name, phone number and email address, to Executive Secretary Joanne Paciello, 8 Terrace Rd, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462. RSVP by email, phone (610-277-1366) or fax (610-277-1366).