Hello out there in ForumLand. I'm new to the business and need some advice. I've been approached by an attorney about doing appraisals of manufactured homes. (Yeah, I know, I should probably run the other way, but please keep reading) The values are going to be used for bankruptcy proceedings and the value must be derived using the NADA value guide since the home will be assessed as personal property rather than real estate. The land will NOT be included in the appraisal, just the structure. I'm looking for any tips on how to handle these including running the other way if its best! Maybe some pointers on what to put in the certifications and limiting conditions addendums?? The earliest school I've found for appraising manufactured homes that I will be able to attend is next year. Thanks folks.