AREC 453 - Real Estate Appraisal Practices

  • 2 credits

Procedures and practices used in real estate appraisal.

This course requires the use of electronic proctoring ProctorU or ProctorTrack as determined by the course faculty. The course syllabus will provide information on the approved electronic testing service. Please see http://www.online.colostate.edu/current-students/proctoring.dot for detailed instructions. For students requiring accommodations, please contact Resources for Disabled Students (RDS); for consideration of exceptions outside the scope of RDS, please contact the University Testing Center.

Prerequisite

AREC 452/REL 452 (Real Estate Appraisal Principles). Credit not allowed for both AREC 453 and REL 453.

Textbook and Materials

Textbooks and materials can be purchased at the CSU Bookstore unless otherwise indicated.

Required

  • Basic Real Estate Appraisal w/CD, 8th Ed. (2013)
    Betts, Richard M.
    ISBN: 978-1133495949

Instructors

Gregory Perry

(970) 491-6955 | greg.perry@colostate.edu

Dr. Greg Perry’s research activity has been wide ranging, but generally fits under the general category of farm management. He has published numerous articles in the area of farm equipment depreciation. The results have become the standard for calculating depreciation by engineers, economists, and others. He is interested in expanding that work into the area of farm equipment repair costs. Another area of work early in his career related to taxes and their impact on the competitive position of U.S. farmers.

Dr. Perry has worked nearly 30 years on water issues in the West, with particular focus on helping farmers identify best management practices to improve water quality and quantity. Much of this work was in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest, so he is interested in learning more about water issues in Colorado and the Intermountain West.

Dr. Perry has also had a long-standing interest in undergraduate and graduate programs in agricultural economics. He is interested in trends within the profession, such as student enrollments, number of faculty in academic positions, evaluating program quality, and identifying ways to improve student learning.

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