2018 Annual Fall Conference: Real Estate and Appraisal Symposium
Location: South San Francisco Conference Center, South San Francisco
2018 marks the 68th consecutive year that the Northern California Chapter has presented its award-winning Annual Fall Conference.
Fall Conference is the real estate appraisal profession’s longest-running and highest-rated one-day continuing education & networking event on the West Coast. Our conference consistently draws over 250 participants and features the real estate profession’s “most in-the-know” presenters. Our topics will keep you informed of the latest developments that affect your profession, your profitability, your business – your future.
Approved for 6-hours of BREA, Appraisal Institute and SBE training credit; applications for credit from the States of Washington and Oregon have been submitted. Typically ASA, ASFMRA and IRWA offer reciprocal credit for AI approved offerings.
Our 2018 venue offers onsite FREE parking and complimentary shuttle service from BART and Caltrain. Watch for more details when the registration materials become available.
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Still time to join over 250 professionals who are already confirmed for the day!
Golden Gate Branch Chapter Workshop and Networking Social: "The Impact of Rent Control on Value, Proposition 10 and the Local Rent Control Initiative."
Location: Mechanics Institute (Workshop) and DaDa Bar (Social), San Francisco
Plan now to join us for an informative 2-hour workshop (2-4pm) immediately followed by a "no-host" networking social in the heart of the Financial District.
Workshop: "The Impact of Rent Control on Value, Proposition 10, and the Local Rent Control Initiative"
Central California Branch Chapter - Simply Social
Location: Toledo's at Mission Village, Fresno
Get Connected in the Central Valley!
Come one, come all! Designed for residential, commercial and agricultural appraisers and all allied real estate professionals who want to expand their networking and client opportunities.
Location: Toledo's at Mission Village, 367 E Shaw Ave, Fresno (close to freeway 41 exchange at Shaw)
Time: 5:30 pm until whenever
Details: This is a "no-host" event; attendees are responsible for their own beverage / food purchases. Advanced reservations are not necessary - grab a colleague, your peers, clients and just show up!
North Bay Branch Chapter Workshop and Networking Social: What's Up with North Bay Real Estate 2018? Plus a Sneak Peek at 2019
Location: American AgCredit, Santa Rosa
The North Bay's favorite annual event returns! This year's workshop focuses on the specific issues and trends that are currently affecting the North Bay real estate market.
Station Avenue is located on one of the most unique development sites in all of the North Bay. This 32-acre plot of land, the former campus of State Farm Insurance Company, is strategically located in central Rohnert Park and adjacent to the city’s SMART station. The project is being looked at by city administrators and residents as the creation of the city’s downtown, the nucleus of activity for residents, business, commerce and tourists. This presentation is being delivered by the developer, David Bouquillon of Laulima Development. Attendees will be treated to an insider’s perspective into the land planning process for one of the most ambitious projects in the county. The developer will discuss physical and environmental challenges, architectural decisions, feasibility, the entitlement process, public engagement, and market-based development decisions.
Course: Review Theory - General
5 - 9
Location: Brandman University, Fairfield Area
Instructor: Stephanie Coleman, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, AI-RRS
Review Theory—General is the fundamental review course that all reviewers should have in their education background. It is a required course for individuals pursuing the Appraisal Institute General Review Designation.* Participants embark on an in-depth journey of the seven steps that are outlined through the review process, which is at the core of this course. To be a reviewer, an appraiser must learn how to develop opinions of completeness, accuracy, adequacy, relevance, and reasonableness relative to the work under review. These opinions must be refined through tests of reasonableness in order to develop opinions of appropriateness and credibility. By taking this course, participants may gain invaluable confidence on the fundamentals of review.
EARLY REGISTRATION REQUIRED