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Estimating the NFIPs Market Value - Hybrid, In Person at Pinellas Co & Virtual Class

When:
Wednesday, July 14, 2021, 9:00 AM until 4:30 PM
Where:
VIRTUAL, Eastern Standard Time
In Person: Pinellas County Public Works Campus
Building 1,
22211 US Hwy 19 N
Clearwater, FL  33765

727-464-8206
Additional Info:
Contact(s):
Maxine D Moore
Category:
FFMA Training
Registration is required
Payment in Full In Advance Or At Event
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All attendees will receive an email the morning of the class with a link to the Webinar.
Available Slots:
5
$75.00
$200.00
$25.00

All virtual attendees will receive an email the morning of the class with a link to the Webinar.

6 CFM credits for attending this entire class. No partial credits given. 
Credit eligibility is based on attention and participation. Multi-tasking during the session may affect eligibility for credit.

Taught by: Ray Carroll MAI, SR, CFM


Course Description:

This seminar proposes to examine the two principal methods approved by FEMA for determining “market value” (adjusted assessment method & professional appraisal method) focusing on how the methods differ and how different results are obtained for the same property. Discussion of theory will be followed by in-depth analysis of actual local examples.

Through the guidance provided in this course, appraisers, and local officials may obtain a more common understanding to minimize controversy, and to become more cognizant of the methodologies needed to assure compliance with the NFIP.