Fundamentals of Real Estate Appraisal

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Dearborn Real Estate, 2001 - Business & Economics - 446 pages
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Fundamentals of Real Estate Appraisal, 8th Edition contains all the tools you need to understand today's ever-changing appraisal marketplace. The book includes: An Internet Appendix containing Web site addresses useful for all appraisers; Free Appraise-It software for hands- on practice filling out electronic appraisal forms; and over 65 exercises and 15 Achievement exams to test your appraisal knowledge. Pass your exam the first time with this study guide designed specifically for the appraisal licensing exam.

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William L. Ventolo, Jr., a former vice president of Development Systems Corporation and its subsidiary, Real Estate Education Company, received his MS in psychology from the University of Pittsburgh. Mr. Ventolo has developed and authored numerous industrial training programs and manuals, including a comprehensive dealership accounting correspondence course used by the Ford Motor Company. In addition to "The Art of Real Estate Appraisal", he has authored or coauthored many trade books and textbooks, including "Fundamentals of Real Estate Appraisal", "How to Use the Uniform Residential Appraisal Report", "Mastering real Estate Mathematics", "Residential Construction", "Your Home Inspection Guide and Principles of Accounting". A member of the Real Estate Educators Association, Mr. Ventolo resides in Nokomis, Florida.

Martha R. Williams, who has been a writer and editor for Dearborn Real Estate Education for over 30 years, received her BA from DePaul University, Chicago, and her JD from the University of Texas, Austin. She has practiced law in Texas and California and was Real Estate Coordinator and an instructor for the Paralegal Studies Program at the University of San Francisco, taught at City College of San Francisco, and was named California Real Estate Educator of the Year 2000. She has served as Education Director of the Greater Nashville (Tennessee) Association of Realtors(R) and the North Shore - Barrington (Illinois) Association of Realtors(R). She has been on the board of the Real Estate Educators Association (REEA) and was editor of the REEA Journal. She is past president of the Association of Illinois Real Estate Educators and is an affiliate member of the Appraisal Institute. She resides in Lakewood, Illinois.

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