Flashcards in Ch 16 - Real estate appraisal Deck (20)
True or false, appraisers commonly use the comparative market analysis to determine value?
Appraisers commonly use the cost appreciation approach, the comparable sales approach, or the income approach within an appraisal to determine value. Whereas real estate licensees commonly use the comparative market analysis to determine value
True or false, when figuring operating expenses to calculate net operating income, you can include the cost of the mortgage as an expense.
Operating expenses include fixed expenses, variable expenses, and reserves for replacements of building components. Not included in operating expenses are depreciation, cost of mortgage, and income taxes.
True or false, progression is the value of an inferior property being enhanced by association with superior properties where as regression is the value of a superior property that is adversely affected by Association with inferior properties.
True or false, the concept of substitution means that a buyer will be willing to pay more for a property that has lower quality features substituted with higher quality features.
The concept of substitution means that a prudent buyer or investor will pay no more for a property than the cost of acquiring, through purchase or construction, and equally desirable alternative property.
True or false, the financial institutions reform, recovery, and enforcement act (FIRREA)is a provision under title XI that mandates states to license and certified appraisers.
True or false, according to Florida statutes 475, real estate licensees may perform appraisal for a commission as long as the appraisal follows USPAP standards, are not being perform for a federally related transaction, and the licensee is not referring to him or herself as an actual certified appraiser.
According to Florida statutes 475, real estate licensees may perform appraisal for compensation as long as the appraisal follows USPAP standards, are not being performed for a federally related transactions, and the licensee is not referring to him or herself as an actual certified appraiser. Must be a flat fee not a percentage of the value.
True or false, In real estate, the definition of highest and best use is always based on how the property is currently being used.
The definition of highest and best use involves for tests. It is 1. The most probable use of land or improved property that is legally possible, 2. Physically possible, 3. Financially feasible (and appropriately supportable) from the market, and 4. Which results in maximum profitability
True or false, Rather than ordering a full appraisal, lenders may utilize an automated valuation model which is a computer program that provides a quick synopsis of value.
True or false, cost is how much money is required to produce the item. Price is the amount actually paid for an item. And value is how much something is worth to the average buyer and seller at the time value is being determined.
True or false, Liquidation value is when property is sold piece by piece rather than as a whole unit.
Salvage value is when property sold piece by piece rather than as a whole unit. Liquidation value is when money is needed quickly, a property can be sold at a value less than it would be within a normal time frame
Combining two or more adjoining properties is called?
The cost depreciation approach is commonly used to find value for all of the following reasons except:
Verify values found through other approaches
To calculate income
Special purpose properties
To calculate income
Kevin knows that rental property in the area averages a gross income multiplier of 7.5. If the property is producing annual rental income of $55,000 plus additional income of $20,000, how much should he offer for the property?
($55,000 + $20,000) $75000 X 7.5 = $562,500 value
What is the value of a property with a net operating income of $120,000 and a capitalization rate of 10.5%?
NOI/capitalization rate = value
$120,000/.105 (10.5%) = $1,142,857
A nine-year-old condominium was estimated by an appraiser to have a reproduction cost of $240,000. It has an effective age of three years and an economic life of 60 years. What is the accrued depreciation?
$240,000/60 = $4000 annual depreciation, $4000 X 3 = $12,000 accrued depreciation
Carlisle managed an apartment building that has 10 units which rent at $1100 each per month. Last month he had combined vacancy and collection losses of $3300. His insurance payment was $400, and the utility bills for the comment area was $700. What was his effective gross income last month?
Danny’s house didn’t appraise as high as he expected. The appraisal report cited a railroad track running along the back of the property as having a negative affect on the value. This is an example of:
When you create a CMA you collect data from the MLS. You would get all the following data from the MLS except?
Recently sold properties
Recently expired listings
Currently listed properties
Using the sales comparison approach to valuation: the subject property has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and no lanai. The comparable property has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a lanai. The comparable property is priced at $212,000. The value of an extra bedroom is $7000 and the lanai is $8000. How much did you price the subject property?
$212,000 + $7000 - $8000 = $211,000