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The Appraisal Institute offers world-class education that will help you advance your career. Enroll today for our chapter's upcoming education programs:  


Please check this page periodically as we add education offerings

June 26:  Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity
Venue:  2332 W. Brown St. Milwaukee - Drywalling
Contact Curt Kolell - curt.kolell@associatedbank.com

July 10: 7 Hour USPAP
Venue:  Country Inn & Suite, Appleton

July 10: Appraising Condos, Co-ops, and PUDs - 7 hours
Venue:  Chapter Office, Milwaukee

July 11: The Cost Approach:  Unnecessary or Vital to a Healthy Practice? - 7 hours
Venue:  Country Inn & Suites, Appleton

July 11:  Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity
Venue:  2655 Vel Phillips Ave. Milwaukee - Framing
Contact Curt Kolell - curt.kolell@associatedbank.com

August 8: Chapter Board Meeting
Venue:  Chapter Office 3:30pm

August 23:  Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity
Venue:  Lindsey Heights, address TBD - Siding
Contact Curt Kolell - curt.kolell@associatedbank.com

September 13: Annual Golf Outing
Washington County Golf Course
REGISTRATION - golf and reception
REGISTRATION - reception only
This outing is open to Appraisal Institute members and non-members so get your foursome together today! Even if you don't golf, you can still join the group post golf for heavy appetizers, drinks and networking.

September 27: Inconsistency: It's Hiding in Plain Sight in Your Commercial Appraisal - 7 hours
Venue:  Chapter Office
This seminar concentrates on common inconsistencies found in the reports of even the most seasoned appraisers. For example, developing the income approach using contract rent (leased fee value), developing the cost approach but not adjusting for lease fee (fee simple value), or using the sales comparison approach to analyze comps based on contract rent and other analyzed based on market rent (mixed bag). The results of these inconsistencies make it impossible to reconcile to a proper value regardless of whether the assignment calls for leased fee or fee simple value.

October 14-18: Quantitative Analysis - 30 hours, Designation Education
Venue:  Chapter Office
This course limits its focus to the practical application of quantitative tools for analyzing data, drawing appropriate conclusions from data sets, and presenting both the analysis and conclusions in ways that enhance communication with appraisal clients. It reviews and furthers the application of basic statistical measures (mean, median, mode, standard deviation, etc.) and spends a good deal of time on graphical and regression analysis for use in producing and understanding various types of graphs. Goals include showing participants how to understand the reliability and validity of all data used to draw conclusions and providing the knowledge needed to check the validity of the conclusions others may draw from the same or similar data sets. Presentations and activities use real-world appraisal applications that are aimed at furthering an appraiser’s ability to provide credible analysis of real property-related issues.


November 14: Chapter Board Meeting
Venue:  Chapter Office 3:30pm

January 9, 2025: Installation and Past President's Dinner
Venue:  TBA

January 10, 2025: Year in Review Symposium
Venue:  TBA



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