127.255 Rural Valuation I (15 credits)

An introduction to valuation, examining the duties of a valuer, code of ethics and report writing as well as the principles and methods of valuation and the application of these to the valuation of residential and rural property. The course has a practical orientation containing a substantial fieldwork and case studies component.

Note(s): Note: Block offering is subject to a minimum number of students enrolled. Block courses are subject to extra fees over and above the standard University tuition fee. This course is primarily available for Rural Bank Managers.

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  • Prerequisite(s):
    General Prerequisite: At least 45 credits from 100 level
  • Restriction(s): 127.242

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