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Historic Preservation (Façade) Easements: Appraisal Techniques and Valuation Issues
Tuesday, November 02, 2021, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM EST
Category: Education

NEW SEMINAR! Appraisers are increasingly likely to encounter historic preservation easements in everyday appraisal assignments because thousands of historic properties are now protected by historic preservation easements.

This one-day seminar focuses on appraisals used to support the value of a charitable gift of a historic preservation easement. It will introduce you to the complexities of appraising historic preservation easements, guide you through the appraisal process, and reveal how historic preservation easements affect prices in regular appraisal assignments.

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PHOTO ID REQUIRED
: Students will need to send a photo (ex: driver license photo) to [email protected] after registering. Our instructor will be verifying the photo identification of students during roll call at the beginning and throughout the class. This is a requirement, and you will not receive credit if we do not have a photo to verify your identification with.

VIDEO/AUDIO REQUIRED: Our instructor must be able to see/hear you and you must be able to see/hear the instructor. Zoom Meeting allows student/instructor interaction through video/audio and the chat function. This is a requirement, and you will not receive credit if you do not have video/audio capabilities to see/hear the instructor/allow the instructor to see/hear you.

CE Credit Approval: NC Appraisal Board Approved for 7 Hours 

*Students seeking CE credit for this course from a state other than North Carolina are responsible for confirming with that state’s licensing board that this course will be accepted. The North Carolina Chapter recommends students check before registering*

About the Instructors:

Charles T. Brigden, MAI, CRE, FRICS

Charles T. Brigden is an Executive Vice President as part of Valuation & Advisory Services, LLC based in Chicago. Mr. Brigden is a certified general appraiser with more than 20 years of experience in real estate development, finance, and consulting. At JLL, he directs large-scale real estate appraisal projects, specializing in complex valuation assignments including properties affected by environmental contamination. Mr. Brigden has completed assignments in more than 30 states and holds the CRE designation from the Counselors of Real Estate, and is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He holds the MAI designation from the Appraisal Institute. ​

Notable assignments performed by Mr. Brigden include providing expert witness and litigation support services for high-profile property damage cases related to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Hurricane Katrina flooding, the Enbridge pipeline oil spill in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and the TOUSA, Inc. homebuilder bankruptcy litigation where he was responsible for the analysis of vast amounts of real estate valuation data within the litigation context. Mr. Brigden also has a special concentration in the valuation of conservation and preservation easements, historic structures, and special purpose properties.

Richard J. Roddewig

Mr. Roddewig is both a land-use attorney and a real estate appraiser and is the former President of Clarion Associates, Inc., a real estate appraisal and consulting firm that merged into the Chicago office of JLL Valuation & Advisory Services, LLC, in November of 2017. Mr. Roddewig directs a national real estate appraisal and consulting practice focused on expert testimony in complex litigation and administrative review proceedings. He has worked on assignments in more than 40 states and a number of foreign countries, and currently holds appraisal licenses in more than 20 states. He has testified as an expert witness in a variety of federal district courts, in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, in U.S. Tax Court, and in state courts all across the United States. Much of his litigation-related work involves determining the impact of contamination and environmental risk on property prices and even entire markets. Among his more notable assignments was expert testimony for Exxon in the Alaska state trial to determine the impact of the Exxon Valdez oil tanker spill on the market value of 1,300 miles of Alaska coastline, and preparation of an expert report for four New Orleans levy districts on the appropriate appraisal techniques to determine the impact of Hurricane Katrina on the value of more than 150,000 properties in New Orleans.

A prolific author, Mr. Roddewig has authored or co-authored 14 books and more than 65 articles in professional journals. Two of his articles have won awards from the Appraisal Institute and The Counselors of Real Estate. He has also developed a wide variety of seminars, courses, and programs for the Appraisal Institute as well as for many other organizations including the American Bar Association, The John Marshall Law School, University of Denver Law School, and Columbia University. He has been an adjunct lecturer at DePaul University, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Northeastern Illinois University.