PSA: Mastering the CMA
PSA: Mastering the CMA
Tuesday, February 14, 2023 (8:30 AM - 5:00 PM) (CST)
The 21st century has so far presented multiple challenges to the real estate industry, notably a housing boom and rising property values in the early 2000s, followed by economic decline, mortgage defaults, and a very unsettled market place that has only recently begun to stabilize. Determining property values depends more than ever on professional expertise, competence, the best use of technology, and a commitment to approaching the pricing assignment from all pertinent perspectives. This course is specifically designed to help residential real estate agents and brokers enhance their skills in pricing properties, creating CMAs, working with appraisers, and guiding clients through the anxieties and misperceptions they often have about home values. As real estate professionals gain more understanding pricing properties and CMAs, they can effectively function in their role in the valuation process. The goal of this course is to equip the real estate license holder with pertinent information to enable them to price properties appropriately whether it’s for listing or making offers. It will provide greater understanding of the CMA’s to help the real estate license holder become more comfortable with the process of selecting appropriate property comparisons; how to make adjustments and where to go for quality information to ensure the most accurate assessment when calculating adjustments. Help enhance skills in creating accurate property valuations, reducing risk, and applying alternative valuation methods to properties under consideration.
Course #: 33058
Provider #: 1
Provider: Texas Realtors®
Instructor: Candy Cooke
Per person fee: $120.00
Refund Policy: A full refund will be issued if notification is received 2 business days prior to the scheduled class, otherwise a $20 fee will be deducted from your refund. Partial refunds will NOT be issued if notification is not received by 12pm the business day before the scheduled class.
This is an online course in a virtual classroom setting. An internet connection, speakers, microphone and a webcam (either built-in or attached to your computer) are required to take the course. All classes will be in the virtual setting and should be in a location that is free from distractions. *Due to limited staffing, the option to take the course virtually in the SPI Board office is no longer available*
CE Hours = 8