Thanks for your interest. Unfortunately, we are now SOLD OUT and are unable to accept more registrations for this seminar.
This is an advanced course designed to apply valuation techniques to properties which include mineral rights, water rights, timber and/or wind. The course differentiates between each of these property rights, yet identifies whereby the basic valuation process can be applied.
It’s scheduled for March 22 (the day before the Illinois Land Values Conference) at the Doubletree by Hilton in Bloomington.
Instructor: John Widdoss, ARA, MAI – Hall-Widdoss & Company
The seminar qualifies for eight hours of continuing education for appraisers with the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation’s Appraisal Division and the AFSMRA.
Appraisal procedures and techniques are addressed emphasizing market extraction or all components used in the three approaches to value.
- The mineral section of the course contains segments which consistently apply the appraisal theory and procedures to elements such as surface mining.
- The water section deals with commercial and recreational applications, split estates and ownership.
- Timber, mineral deposits and water rights are uniformly analyzed to demonstrate common valuation processes applicable to otherwise unique and complex properties.
This course provides practical applications in each of the valuation approaches through case studies.
We have set aside a block of sleeping rooms at the Doubletree. The nightly rate for the Land Values Conference is $120. Make reservations by calling the hotel directly at 309-664-6446. The room block is in the name of Illinois Society of Farm Managers. Lodging reservations must be made by February 28, 2017.
Download our PDF for more information: Appraising Natural Resources – March 2017.