This book offers innovative thinking and technological solutions to many of the issues confronting the valuation profession today. It explores information technology--the latest generation of geographic information systems (GIS), valuation modeling applications, and predictive analytics software—and its implementation by real estate professionals.
The valuation scenarios presented in this new book range from the approachable to the complex, as various contributors with diverse expertise find ways to leverage existing technologies to address valuation issues. The discussions and demonstrations provided will educate appraisers new to valuation modeling and GIS while also addressing the concerns of more sophisticated users who are already comfortable with practical applications of the technology. Each chapter can be read on its own or as part of a larger argument about the evolution of appraisal practice in the twenty-first century.
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