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The new, 5th edition of “Appraising Personal Property: Principles & Methodology” for 2012-2013 has been fully updated and is now ready for purchase.
This book covers theory, principles, methodology, practices, standards, ethics, running an appraisal business, and legal aspects of appraising. It even has all-new and updated sample appraisal reports.
This edition contains updates necessitated by changes incorporated into the newly-updated 2012-2013 USPAP, but it also contains dozens of new topics and expanded discussions – not to mention scores and scores of edits to improve clarity and understandability. In all, this book (now with 616 pages) has 46 more pages than its predecessor.
Author Dave Maloney received the International Society of Appraisers’ coveted Publication Award. In selecting this book, consideration was given to the degree the work enhances the appraisal profession.
Appraising Personal Property: Principles and Methodology, 5th Ed., ISBN 978-0-9794738-7-3, 616 pages, 8 1/2 inches by 11 inches, softcover, perfect bound, $84.95 plus S&H (1st book $10 in US (non-US $20), $5 ea. additional book). Available from Appraisal Course Associates,1612 Shookstown Rd., Frederick, Maryland 21702.
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