Strange but True: Appraising Complex Residential Properties – Dale Shea – 7 CEH

This course is designed for residential appraisers who want to expand their skills to enable them to take on more difficult and complex assignments, and for those who want to learn new techniques for developing creative solutions to complex residential appraisal problems. This course will give the student a good understanding of various techniques that can be used in appraising unique and difficult properties – complex 1-4 family properties. The course begins with an overview of the factors that make a property complex. Unique physical characteristics, nonconformity, and location can all contribute to making an appraisal assignment complex and difficult. Since no two complex properties are the same, the course is designed to teach students a systematic approach to solving the appraisal problem, rather than a

“cookie-cutter” solution. Students will apply some of the techniques to real-world problems that are designed to reinforce the learning experience.


Instructor: Dale Shea

  • Tuesday All Day Session
    August 27, 2019
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm


Venue Phone: 1-800-525-2253

Venue Website:

620 Village Road, Breckenridge, Colorado, 80424, United States


Individuals can make reservations at any time by calling: 1-800-525-2253 and referencing “CATA 2019” – OR – a member can register online here.

In order to receive discounted group rates, please make your reservations prior to July 27, 2019.

For additional details, view the Lodging Information PDF.