Appraising After a Disaster or in Traumatic Events
1 Day (Revised 2019)
Stuff happens! Assessment officials are constantly faced with appraising property after a disaster -whether natural or man-made. Disasters discussed in this workshop will help you make some preparations in advance and possibly provide a blueprint in case your jurisdiction becomes affected by a disaster. Disasters are traumatic events but for the assessor's not all traumatic events are disasters. In this workshop we will also provide some examples of extreme growth or economic changes and some steps that an assessor/appraiser can use to help make these extreme changes manageable. These traumatic events are a separate issue from disasters.
Instructors available for this course are listed below. Contact them for more information about this course.
Kevin D. Hayes, MAI, CAE, RES, CFE
Jerald Rudman, Chief Commercial Deputy Assessor
Randy Ripperger, CAE Polk County Assessor
515-286-3158 direct 515-286-3386 fax 515-777-8391 cell
Amy Rasmussen, RES, AAS, FIAAO Chief Deputy Assessor, Riverside County Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder
Dan Cypert, RES, AAS
Rick Stuart, CAE, FIAAO
Brad Eldridge, MAI, CAE Managing Member