complex properties

How to Handle the Weird Stuff: Appraisal Methods from an Experienced Florida Appraiser

In the past two blog posts in this series, I discussed the pros and cons of complex appraisal assignments and why today’s residential appraiser may want to consider specializing in “odd” or “atypical” assignments. In this post, I’ll give a few more examples of complex properties, and then I’ll talk about how to tackle them using nonstandard appraisal methods and …

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Appraising the Weird Stuff: Observations from a Seasoned Florida Appraiser

I’ve been teaching and writing courses for McKissock for 20 years. During that time, we’ve offered several courses on appraising “oddball” or “complex” properties. If you’ve never taken one of these courses, I strongly recommend that you do. Despite the rise of AVMs in recent years, these types of assignments continue to require competent, boots-on-the-ground residential appraisers. Appraisers are not …

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