ISA Offers Broad Evidence Rule Webinar

Over the past few years the International Society of Appraisers has been investing in and developing a new proprietary online Learning Management System (LMS) to deliver educational programs.

These programs developed for the LMS can be either live online, or recorded online. Earlier this year ISA started to offer our core course in appraisal studies, followed by USPAP 7 and 15 hour classes followed by our requalificaiton course which is required for ISA members every 5 years.

Recently ISA updated their certification process for peer review of assignments to include a broad evidence rule appraisal. To assist our members a live webinar was developed on the intricacies of writing a Broad Evidence Rule appraisal.  ISA has also opened this webinar to other appraisal organisations and appraisers.

This webinar on the Broad Evidence Rule is an example of how ISA is elevating its educational programs and standards while training their appraisers to develop complex and sophisticated reports. It is also nice to see the outreach to sister appraisal organizations. All appraisal organizations should be trying to raise the level of professionalism and increase educational opportunities.

The Broad Evidence Rule webinar is scheduled for October 20, and the cost is only $40.00. Follow the source link for additional ISA webinar information and registration.

The International Society of Appraisers reports on the Broad Evidence Rule webinar
This one hour live webinar, explaining and clarifying the concept of the Broad Evidence Rule, is open to all appraisers, regardless of previous experience in preparing complex BE appraisals.

Appraisals prepared under the Broad Evidence Rule are used in insurance and litigation cases when those jurisdictions have opted to settle cases based on any bona fide approach that will provide accurate measures of loss or value.

Although a brief history of the concept as stated in McAnarney v. Newark Fire Insurance Co. from 1928 will be stated, the presentation will be more pragmatic and provide suggestions as to how to perform the appraisal and how the report should be formatted.  It will cover the who, what, where, when, why, and how of the process and seek to be clear, straightforward, and practical.

ISA candidates for CAPP accreditation will be particularly interested since type of report is now required for final peer review.

This presentation will be hosted on ISA's new Learning Management System, which is an interactive platform allowing for a Question and Answer session following the one hour presentation.

The one-hour live online webinar takes place at 6pm CST on October 20th.

This webinar is being offered at a single rate for ISA members and members of our sister organizations. 
Source: International Society of Appraisers

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