McKissock Learning is excited to announce that we’ll be hosting a three-part series of “Appraisal Math” webinars, presented by Dr. Sam Martin. Beginning with the first session on Wednesday, January 13, 2021, these one-hour, non-credit Pro-Series webinars will focus on solving math problems similar to those found on the National Appraiser Licensing and Certification Exams. Get the tips and tactics you need to feel confident about appraisal math without having a degree in mathematics.
Take your appraisal skills to the next level with our Pro-Series webinars. View the schedule.
About the webinars
For many individuals, appraisal math is one of the more difficult aspects of the National Appraiser Licensing and Certification Exams. Dr. Sam Martin will simplify the complex by sharing tips and best practices for solving what may seem to be a complicated math problem.
The series of three webinars will cover appraisal math used in the three approaches to value. The first session covers math used in the sales comparison approach. The second and third sessions will cover math specific to the income approach and the cost approach.
Part 1: The Sales Comparison Approach (Wednesday, January 13, 2021)
Part 2: The Income Approach (Wednesday, February 10, 2021)
Part 3: The Cost Approach (Wednesday, March 3, 2021)
Dr. Sam will walk you through actual appraisal math problems and will be open to taking your appraisal math questions, similar to attending an in-person class.
Meet the instructor
Sam Martin PhD, IFA (Ret), CDEI, MOT is the owner and founder of SamTheTutor.com, Inc. Sam has been teaching appraisal and real estate classes since 1988. He has a PhD in Education, holds a Master Online Teacher (MOT) certificate and a CDEI designation from IDECC, and is a Certified USPAP instructor. In addition, Sam is a North Carolina Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser, a licensed Real Estate Broker, and a licensed real estate instructor. Sam has also written an advanced appraisal textbook that is used in certification courses, and he develops and teaches valuation courses for Realtor University, an online graduate-level institution where he is a Professor.