Learn How to Avoid Landmines in Third-Party Reports
Clients depend on you to spot and spring potential traps that lurk in third-party real estate reports. How far does your knowledge extend? This program will walk you through several of the most common reports you will encounter in real estate transactions, teaching you how to handle the trouble spots that lurk within. Order today!
- Spot red flags in appraisal reports.
- Examine curative measures for easement issues, liens and other title defects.
- Get expert tips on reviewing and interpreting environmental assessment reports.
11:00 am to 2:15 pm Eastern Standard Time
11:00 am - 12:30 pm, Jennifer Modak
- Types of Due Diligence Reports, Their Uses and Their Limitations
- Appraisal Reports
- Property Condition and Capital Needs Assessment
- Title Reports
- Zoning Reports
- Environmental Site Assessments
- Other Third-Party Reports
- Identifying Red Flags in Appraisal Reports
- Essential Elements of the Appraisal Report
- Analyzing Assessing Appraiser Credentials
- Is the Correct Method of Valuation Being Used?
- Prior Transactions and Market Condition Variables
- Highest and Best Use Analyses: When are They Wrong?
- Scope of Work Red Flags That Lead to Errors
- Exposure Time and Marketing Value
- Improperly Documented Source Verification
- Appraisal Shelf-Life: When are They Out of Date?
12:45 pm - 2:15 pm, Robert S. Baranowski Jr. and Lauren Beetle
- Title Review, Commitments and ALTA Surveys
- Common Title Defects
- The Title Search Process and Report
- Reviewing Title Commitments: Schedule A, B-I and B-II
- Exceptions and Endorsements
- ALTA/NSPS Standards
- Survey Review - Spotting Problems
- Curative Measures for Easement Issues, Liens, etc.
- Carefully Combing Through Environmental Assessment Reports
Robert S. Baranowski
- Phase 1 and Phase 2 ESA
- Contamination Report Results and Health Impacts
- Detection of Hazardous Substances
- Determining the Impact of the Contamination
- Preventing Future Contamination
- Endangered Species and Wetlands
- Stormwater Management
This program is for attorneys. Real estate professionals and paralegals will also benefit.