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Calendar of Events
February 23, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm:
USPAP 7 Hour Course
March 15, 2018:
Rising Stars - March Madness
March 20, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm:
Ben Williams - Real Estate
April 10, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm:
Anthony Festa, Alvarez & Marsal - M&E
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ASA Rising Stars Event: March Madness
Join us on Thursday, March 15th, at Connolly’s, from 6:00pm to 10:00pm, to watch the first round of the 2018 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament!
Why you need to attend
First, you can’t beat the price. At $5 early-bird pricing for ASA members and $10 early-bird pricing for non-members ($15 and $20 regular pricing after March 8th), you can’t afford to not attend.
Second, in addition to being an excellent networking opportunity, you’ll enjoy the NCAA tournament basketball games, open bar, wings and other delicious appetizers.
While all are welcome, current and prospective ASA members under the age of 40 are especially encouraged to attend.
Join us on Tuesday, March 20th, at Connolly’s from 6pm to 8pm for a presentation from Benjamin Williams of Podell, Schwartz, Schechter & Banfield, LLP.
Why you need to attend
New York City assessors annually value 1 million properties. This year’s market value is $1.25 trillion. The resulting assessments form the bedrock of our city’s property tax system. Property taxes sustain our city. At over $20 billion, they are the single largest revenue source. But they are complicated. Many taxpayers don’t understand how the city assesses their properties. They also don’t know how to fight their assessments. Benjamin Williams, ASA will help you learn about both issues.
USPAP 7-Hour Update Course (Update: the USPAP Update Course has been sold out)
You asked for it, you voted on it, and now it’s here. Please register for the 2018-2019 7-Hour USPAP Update Course on February 23, 2018, from 8:30AM to 5:00PM at Stout’s office at 120 W 45th St (between 6th and 7th Ave).
There is a cost of $200 per ASA member and $225 per non-member for this course. Breakfast included.
Please note that this course is NOT applicable for Real Estate re-accreditation. Further, due to the size of the available space, there is a maximum limit of 20 people for this course. Register today to reserve your space!
2018-2019 7-Hour National USPAP Update Course
Get up to speed on the latest edition of USPAP with The Appraisal Foundation’s official online course. This course will cover all the revisions in the 2018-2019 version of the National USPAP Update course plus it will help you apply the requirements of USPAP in situations that occur during your day-to-day work.
Gain fluency and mastery in USPAP concepts and applications
Go in-depth on the issues that affect your daily appraisal practice
Learn through the use of peer-polls, quizzes, course video and downloadable aids
1. Why and How USPAP Changes
2. Revisions to the Definition of Report, the ETHICS RULE, and the RECORD KEEPING RULE
3. Revisions to the Definitions
4. Changes to Definition of Appraisal Review, and STANDARDS 3 through 8
5. Revisions to Advisory Opinions and creation of New Advisory Opinion 37
6. Another Look at Scope of Work
7. A Review of Report Content Requirements
8. Analyze and Summarize – What is Expected?