CNA207 – Advanced Case Studies

This 2 (two) day course has been designed to teach residential appraisers the valuation of complex residential properties. It focuses on problem solving techniques for appraising residential properties that consist of more than just a single family residence. The course includes a recap of valuation fundamentals along with many practical case studies.


• Recognizing the challenging assignment
• Increased scope of work
• Foundational concepts and principles
• Highest and best use
• Value conclusions
• Value reconciliation and reporting
• Adjusting for market conditions and location
• Valuing over improved properties
• Case studies

  • Course credit hours: 16
  • Students must attend the Zoom sessions and pass an online examination to receive credit for completing this course.
  • Students must have a calculator, access to Zoom, and a working camera and audio.
  • Registration closes 2 weeks before the course start date.

Course Material:
Textbook: “1.4 Advance Residential Applications & Case Studies”
By: Timothy Detty, Certified General Appraiser, AQB-Certified USPAP Instructor

Special notes and materials: James Vincent Latteri, IFAS, DAC, Certified Appraisal Reviewer

  • You will receive the course material to the course start date. *It is highly recommended to self study before the course start date.*
  • This course is mandatory for the DAR professional designation and must be completed by the end of the third year of membership.

• CNA101 Introduction to Real Estate Appraising
• CNA103 Introduction to the Fundamentals of Market Data