Appraisers-Builders-Remodelers: Partners in Green Valuation

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Appraisers-Builders-Remodelers: Partners in Green Valuation

Time: October 24, 2012 from 7:30am to 10am
Location: ComEd Oak Brook Commercial Building
Street: 1919 Swift
City/Town: Oak Brook, IL
Website or Map: http://www.alliancees.org/edu…
Phone: 708-848-4980
Event Type: seminar
Organized By: Jason LaFleur
Latest Activity: Oct 11, 2012

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Event Description

Join AES as we bring in a national expert on appraising energy efficient and green homes. Sandra K. Adomatis, SRA, representing the Appraisal Institute, will describe the appraisal process, explain proper use of valuation tools, differentiate between Green and Code-Built, discuss the Appraisal Institute’s Green and Energy Efficient Addendum, share proactive steps to a more efficient green closing, and provide details on the evolution of valuing green homes. In addition to Ms. Adomatis appraisal expertise, local data from green homes in the Chicago area will be presented.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Discover local market data and trends around green home values
  • Clarify communication allowed under lending guidelines (Dodd-Frank Bill)
  • Describe appraisal process
  • Identify documents necessary to assist valuing your green project

Event is FREE, but registration is required as we must provide building security with a list of attendees.

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