How to Adjust Like an Appraiser (Portland)

UPDATE (October 31): This class is now full and registration is closed.

RMLS™ invites all interested real estate professionals to How to Adjust Like an Appraiser. Scott Hamling will cover how appraisers adjust adjustment amounts, how to value properties and calculate GLA, and why appraisers do not use price per square foot to determine value.

This class is worth up to 2 CE in Oregon. This event is free. Read more and register for How to Adjust Like an Appraiser.




Taking Back Control of the Appraisal Process (Portland)

UPDATE (October 31): This class is now full and registration is closed.

RMLS™ invites all interested real estate professionals to Taking Back Control of the Appraisal Process. Scott Hamling will cover how to provide an appropriate appraisal packet, what can and cannot be said per Dodd/Frank guidelines, and how to handle a request for reconsideration of a value. Attendees will also learn about the Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac Collateral Underwriter System.

This class is worth up to 2 CE in Oregon. This event is free.

Read more and register for Taking Back Control of the Appraisal Process.




Solo Agent Success (Portland)

The Women’s Council of REALTORS┬« invites real estate professionals to join a mid-day panel focusing on what it takes to become a successful solo agent. Panelists include Cricket Forsey (Keller Williams Realty Portland Premiere), Sharon Bloudek (Living Room Realty), Breylan Deal-Ericksen (Windermere Realty Trust). Jeff Wiren (Premiere Property Group) will moderate the discussion.

Read more or register for Solo Agent Success.




How to Analyze an Appraisal (Portland)

UPDATE (October 31): This class is now FULL and registration is closed.

RMLS™ invites all interested real estate professionals to Taking Back Control of the Appraisal Process. What does an appraisal actually say? Scott Hamling will show attendees what and how to use information to contest a low value. This class will also cover key aspects of an appraisal that can raise red flags.

Read more and register for How to Analyze an Appraisal.