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Need cost approach forms.

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I have had two appraisers call me today looking for a fill in the blank form to see how the cost approach is done in a manual way.


Now, I am ashamed to say that I thru away all my teaching stuff last fall when I decided i would never teach pre-license classes again.

I used to have a typed up form with a step by step, fill in the blank exercise for the cost approach.



If you have such a thing, please email me. I am just trying to help these folks.
 

Mr Rex

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Do you mean something other than the Square Foot Appraisal Form 1007?
 

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I have had two appraisers call me today looking for a fill in the blank form to see how the cost approach is done in a manual way.


Now, I am ashamed to say that I thru away all my teaching stuff last fall when I decided i would never teach pre-license classes again.

I used to have a typed up form with a step by step, fill in the blank exercise for the cost approach.



If you have such a thing, please email me. I am just trying to help these folks.

Tell them to read the M&S Cost Handbook, as it goes into great detail with a sqft appraisal form
 

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Give them a copy of the 1007 Fannie Mae form. They will love filling out the lines in that form.
 

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Both of the folks are going to take the new exam. One has failed it already. Both have been appraising for several years.

The exam requires (so I was told) a start from scratch cost approach (no M & S sheets)


I used to have a very simple fill in the blank form to work out the cost approach. That is what I was looking for. Will pass along all advice to them. Thanks.
 

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What software do you use 'PAP? Wintotal has a blank Cost Addendum that may be what you are looking for. Let me know if you have another software, I'll send you a copy.
 
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