Archive for July, 2014

Advanced Appraisal Course for Mining Specialists – Oct. 1-3 in Tucson, AZ

TweetASA’s popular ME214: Identification and Appraisal of Mining and Mineral Processing Equipment course will take place October 1-3 in Tucson, AZ. The course is designed for appraisers who specialize in the mining industry and professionals looking to learn more about this unique specialty. Many attendees are repeat students, who look to the class to provide […]

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Popular Marine Survey Course to Take Place Aboard the Legendary Queen Mary

TweetThe American Society of Appraisers (ASA) will offer its popular marine survey course aboard the legendary Queen Mary, October 9-11, 2014. Once the grandest ocean liner in the world, the vessel now serves as a Long Beach hotel, historical landmark and entertainment venue. ASA’s popular ME208: Marine Survey course is an intermediate level course that […]

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Standards – Where Are They Going and Why Are They Not Enough?

TweetAre standards important in valuation? Why are there so many? What is important for our clients? What is important for ourselves? Do standards need to change? In the end, are standards enough – what more do we need to do? These questions and more will be the topic of discussion at an upcoming session at […]

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Countdown to Savannah—Special Tours Preview

TweetThe 2014 International Appraisers Conference offers a number of great networking opportunities to catch up with old friends and make new connections. Join fellow conference colleagues for special off-site tours that have been arranged after the conference. Complete tour details are available online. Additional fees apply to off-site events, open to all attendees and guests, […]

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