SALESPERSON PRE-EXAM COURSE DAY CLASS
DAYTIME CLASSES RUN MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AND THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. CLASS BEGINS AT 8:00 AM AND FINISHES AT 5:00
PM. THERE WILL BE A 10 MINUTE BREAK EVERY HOUR WITH AN HOUR FOR LUNCH (GENERALLY 12:00 TO 1:00). Tuition - $395.00
includes all books and materials. NOTE: STUDENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PASS A FINAL EXAM
IN ORDER TO RECEIVE A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION.
6,7,8,9,10 and 13
February 3,4,5,6,7 and 10
April 7,8,9,10,11 and 14
May 5,6,7,8,9 and 12
2,3,4,5,6 and 9
July 7,8,9,10,11 and 14
September 8,9,10,11,12 and 15
November 3,4,5,6,7 and 10
December 1,2,3,4,5 and
February 2,3,4,5,6 and 9
March 9,10,11,12,13 and
April 6,7,8,9,10 and 13
May 4,5,6,7,8 and 11
8,9,10,11,12 and 15
July 6,7,8,9,10 and 13
September 8,9,10,11,14 and 15
October 5,6,7,8,9 and
November 2,3,4,5,6 and 9
December Nov. 30 - Dec. 1,2,3,4
PRE-EXAM COURSE NIGHT CLASS
NIGHT TIME CLASSES RUN THREE NIGHTS A WEEK, FOUR CONSECUTIVE WEEKS FROM 6:00 TO 10:00. THERE WILL BE A TEN MINUTE BREAK
EVERY HOUR. Tuition - $395.00 includes all books and materials. NOTE: STUDENTS WILL BE REQUIRED
TO PASS A FINAL EXAM IN ORDER TO RECEIVE A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION.
21,22,23 - 28,29,30 - February 4,5,6 - 11,12,13
March 18,19,20 - 25,26,27 - April 1,2,3
May 20,21,22 - 27,28,29 - June 3,4,5 - 10,11,12
19,20,21 - 26,27,28 - September 2,3,4 - 9,10,11
October 14,15,16 - 21,22,23 - 28,29,30
- November 4,5,6
20,21,22,27,28,29 - February 3,4,5,10,11,12
March 17,18,19,24,25,26,31 - April 1,2,7,8,9
12,13,14,19,20,21,26,27,28 - June 2,3,4
June 16,17,18,23,24,25,30 - July 1,2,7,8,9
18,19,20,25,26,27 - September 1,2,3,8,9,10
- November 3,4,5
REAL ESTATE REVIEW
THE REAL ESTATE REVIEW SESSION WILL BE OFERED DURING THE DAYTIME ONLY. CLASS BEGINS
AT 9:00 AM AND FINISHES AT 4:00PM. THERE WILL BE A TEN MINUTE BREAK PER HOUR WITH AN HOUR FOR LUNCH. THE NATIONAL
REVIEW WILL BE IN THE MORNING WITH THE STATE REVIEW IN THE AFTERNOON. COST - $60.00 FOR FULL DAY OR $30.00 PER HALF
Offered upon demand.
MISSOURI REAL ESTATE PRACTICE COURSE
ALL MREP CLASSES WILL MEET FOR THREE DAYS
FROM 8:00 AM. to 5:00 PM. THERE WILL BE A 10 MINUTE BREAK EVERY HOUR WITH AN HOUR FOR LUNCH, (GENERALLY 12:00 TO 1:00).
Tuition - $225.00 includes all necessary materials.
March 30,31 - April 1
BROKER PRE EXAM COURSE
ALL BROKER CLASSES WILL START ON FRIDAY AND RESUME THE FOLLOWING
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. CLASSES WILL BEGIN AT EIGHT IN THE MORNING AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FIVE EACH DAY. THERE
WILL BE A TEN MINUTE BREAK EVERY HOUR WITH AN HOUR FOR LUNCH, (GENERALLY 12:00 TO 1:00). Tuition - $395.00 includes
all books and materials.
27 - March 2,3,4,5,6
May 29 - June 1,2,3,4,5
- October 1,2
REAL ESTATE CONTINUING EDUCATION 2014
Agency and Reverse Mortgages
TYPE: Elective 3 hrs
9:00 AM to Noon
COURSE: Diligence in Property/Transaction Disclosures
COURSE # 1100013077
TYPE: Elective 3 hrs
TIME: 1:00 PM to 4:00
Identifying Comparable Properties
COURSE # 1100013078
TYPE: Elective 3
TIME: 9:00AM to Noon
COURSE: Integrity and Representation Disclosures
COURSE # 1100013079
TYPE: Core 3 hrs
TIME: 1:00 PM to 4:00
APPRAISAL COURSES ARE EITHER
15, 20, OR 30 HOURS IN DURATION. EACH CLASS IS DESIGNED TO HANDLE A DIFFERENT ASPECT OF THE APPRAISAL INDUSTRY.
CLASSES BEGIN AT 8:30 AND RUN UNTIL 5:00 EACH DAY. THERE WILL BE A TEN MINUTE BREAK EVERY HOUR WITH AN HOUR FOR LUNCH,
(GENERALLY 12:00 T0 1:00). SEE INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTIONS FOR TUITION AND BOOK REQUIREMENTS.
COURSE DESCRIPTION AND SCHEDULE FOR 2014 AND 2015
All courses taught by Dr. Denny McIlroy - Certified Appraiser
APPRAISAL PRINCIPLES (30 HOURS) Tuition - $390.00
A class designed to introduce
the student to basic appraisal principles. Topics covered in this course will include: real property concepts
and characteristics, legal considerations, influences on real estate values, types of value, economic principles, and real
estate markets and analysis. The student will also be exposed to appraisal ethics and how they apply to appraisal theory
and practice. (Books purchased separately).
APPRAISAL PROCEDURES (30 HOURS) Tuition - $390.00
A class designed to introduce
the student to basic appraisal procedures. Subject material covered in this course will include: the appraisal
process, procedural aspects of the three approaches to value, informal legal description within the broader context of describing
the neighborhood and market area, residential and commercial applications for appraisal, and improvement construction.
The student will also be exposed to appraisal math at which time the HP-12C calculator will be introduced. (Books and
calculator purchased separately).
29,30 - October 1,2
UNIFORM STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONAL APPRAISAL
PRACTICE (15 HOURS) Tuition - $325.00
The purpose of the Uniform Standards of
Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) is to promote and maintain a high level of public trust in appraisal practice by establishing
requirements for appraisers. Course content addresses the ethical and performance obligations of appraisers through
DEFINITIONS, RULES, STANDARDS, STANDARDS RULES, and STATEMENTS. (Books included with course).
31 - September 1
RESIDENTIAL MARKET ANALYSIS AND HIGHEST AND
BEST USE (15 HOURS) Tuition - $195.00
This course is designed to give students
the tools needed to properly collect and analyze market data. Markets, sub-markets, market segmentation, supply side
analysis, demand analysis and the importance of market analysis to the appraisal process are covered in the first half of
this course. The second half focuses on the theory of Highest and Best Use. The two-step analysis along with the
four tests for Highest and Best Use are covered in detail. Drill problems and a short case study will be presented to
allow students to put into practice the techniques illustrated in this class. (Books purchased separately).
APPRAISER SITE VALUATION AND COST APPROACH (15 HOURS) Tuition - $195.00
wil be directed toward insight and working knowledge of the various theories and methodologies for arriving at residential
site values and applying the Cost Approach in everyday appraisal work. The advantages and disadvantages of using the
cost approach in residential appraising will be examined. The important distinction between Replacement Cost New and
Reproduction Cost New will be discussed, along with an in-depth look at several methods for estimating accrued depreciation.
Students will learn how to read residential building plans and accompanying specifications. Additionally, each
student will complete a step-by-step case study utilizing the Marshall and Swift cost manual. (Books purchased separately).
RESIDENTIAL SALES COMPARISON AND INCOME APPROACHES
(30 HOURS) Tuition - $390.00
This course offers a basic understanding and knowledge of the
residential sales comparison and income approaches to appraisal. It includes the valuation principles and procedures
applicable for both approaches. Students will develop and apply the techniques for market analysis, including the application
and use of matched pairs, capitalization rates, and gross rent multipliers. Off the grid adjustments will be addressed.
Students will also learn how to apply and defend the rationale behind market adjustments. Additionally, current Fannie
Mae and Freddie Mac Guidelines and relevant USPAP requirements will be presented. (Books purchased separately).
REPORT WRITING AND CASE STUDIES (15 HOURS) Tuition - $195.00
This appraisal course
will help the student to become familiar with techniques and procedures for the development of the appraisal report.
The Fannie Mae form will be studied in detail with other relevant forms presented for consideration. Through theory
and hands-on examples of appraisal processes, the course will provide practical application of real estate appraisal procedures.
(Books purchased separately).
MODELING AND FINANCE (15 HOURS) Tuition - $195.00
A course designed to provide
both the theory and practice of statistics, real estate finance, and valuation modeling for today's Certified Residential
Appraiser. The first half of the class is dedicated to terminology and basic principles of statistics, including practical
applications in statistical analysis. The second half of the course focuses on real estate markets, terms of financing,
and examples of how financing affects the value of real property. (Books purchased separately).
June 30 - July 1
ADVANCED RESIDENTIAL APPLICATIONS AND CASE STUDIES (15
HOURS) Tuition - $195.00
A course designed to elevate the students' knowledge of challenging
residential appraisal assignments and to develop the expertise to recognize and address those situations at the Certified
Residential level. Topic areas focus on complex properties that include valuing unique and high-end residential dwellings.
Other areas include methodologies for valuing partial interests and addressing changes in market conditions as they relate
to location, distance, physical conditions, economic conditions, and atypical ownership. (Books purchased separately).
MASTERING UNIQUE & COMPLEX PROPERTY APPRAISAL (20 HOURS) Tuition - $270.00
A class designed to raise the level of awareness of the scope of work involved with assignments other than the
everyday single-family residential appraisal. Property types discussed include mixed-use, unusual, income-producing,
and one-of-a-kind. Students will be assigned case studies for competency demonstration and class discussion. Note
- This course will be presented to fulfill the 20 hours of elective work for the certified residential designation. (Books
June 30 - July 1,2
7 - HOUR USPAP
UPDATE COURSE - $150.00 - BOOKS NOT INCLUDED (Class time 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM)