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IAAO to work to expand opportunities for minorities

In wake of recent protests in the United States and around the globe, as President, I have asked the Board of Directors and our Executive Director to launch a series of activities to recruit black and minority candidates into the assessment and tax policy profession in order to make the assessment industry more reflective of our communities. In addition, IAAO will work to engage and welcome those candidates into the ranks of IAAO, foster their development into IAAO designated assessment professionals, provide expanded volunteer positions for previously underrepresented populations in the IAAO, and finally, provide new pathways to leadership positions in IAAO, both in our volunteer and professional staff ranks. For more details, please view the following video message.

Registration open for virtual IAAO Annual Conference

The 86th Annual International Conference on Assessment Administration is being transformed into an exciting virtual conference featuring educational sessions, an exhibit hall, and special events and registration is currently open. The 2020 virtual conference will take place Aug. 30 to Sept. 1 - please see the conference pages for more information on the 2020 annual conference.

Appraisal Foundation extends response date for job analysis study

The Appraisal Foundation’s Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) and PSI Services LLC has extended the response date until the end of July for responses to a national job analysis study of real estate appraisal professionals. The study will help update the National Uniform Licensing and Certification Examinations used across the U.S. to help ensure real estate appraisal professionals meet acceptable standards for competent practice. The purpose of the job analysis is to identify tasks and competencies reflective of the real estate appraiser job role. There are three parts of the survey: Part I covers background information, Part II covers professional activities (tasks), and Part III reviews a list of knowledge areas. The survey will take approximately 30 to 60 minutes to complete and participants do not have to complete the survey in one sitting. You may exit the survey and return to complete later. However, you must start and finish the survey from the same device.  The deadline to complete is July 31. If you have any questions, contact aramirez@psionline.com. The study is available at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2020AQBJobAnalysis.

Register now for live online courses offered in July

IAAO will offer several courses this summer in the Live Online format.  In July Live Online versions of Course 500: Assessment of Personal Property (30.0 CEUs) and Course 402: Tax Policy (30.0 CEUs) will be offered.  Students can sign up at www.iaao.org/onlinecohort

Online version of 331 now available

An online version of Course 331 - Mass Appraisal Practices & Procedures is now available as a self-study course. The course, previously available in a group cohort version, is now available for students to complete at their own pace. Also check out the IAAO course map for newly announced live online courses put on by third party organizations. 

IAAO to work to expand opportunities for minorities

IAAO Annual Conference to go virtual!

Appraisal Foundation extends response date for national job analysis study

Live, online courses offered in June, July 

2020 Conference

Upcoming Meetings

Annual Conference will be virtual, registration open

IAAO is transforming the 86th Annual International Conference on Assessment Administration into an exciting virtual conference featuring educational sessions, an exhibit hall, and special events. The 2020 virtual conference will take place Aug. 30 to Sept. 1 - please see the the following for more details and also see the conference FAQ and letter for more details.

Free webinar on June 19 on using Excel to conduct ratio studies

IAAO will present a one-hour webinar on Friday, June 19 for a demonstration on using an Excel template as Alan Dornfest, AAS, FIAAO, walks through the basics of starting out, inputting and filtering data, and how to use time adjusted options. This is a complimentary webinar for IAAO Members. This webinar has been approved for 1 hour of continuing education.

COVID-19 & other webinar recordings available

The April IAAO webinar on how the new power features in Excel can be used to enhance assessors’ workflows, gain actionable insights, and increase productivity is now available for purchase in the IAAO store. In addition, the free webinars on Financial Market Mayhem - Seeing Our Way Through the Turmoil and Assessing COVID-19: What You Need to Know are also now available.

Virtual Conference registration open

Free webinar to show how to use Excel in conducting ratio studies

Excel, COVID-19, financial market webinars now available

Industry Events

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  • August 14 2020
    AssessR: A New Tool from the Cook County Assessor 08/14/2020 IAAO Webinar Series - The Cook County Assessor’s Chief Data Officer Rob Ross will present a new R package, AssessR, and show how assessors can use it to perform ratio studies, look for sales chasing, and more. AssessR was developed as part of the Cook County Assessor’s New CAMA system, built on free, open source software. It contains a growing suites of helpful tools to streamline and standardize ratio studies. It is available to the public for free, and it’s source code is public. In this webinar, Rob will demonstrate how to opening and read data into R, and use AssessR to calculate ratio statistics. 2-Hours of CEU Presented by Rob Ross Add to Calendar
  • August 30 2020
    86th Annual Conference On Assessment Administration 08/30/2020 Join IAAO for the 86th Annual Conference on Assessment Administration. The annual conference provides educational sessions, networking, special events, and exhibits.

    Additional Registration Information
    For more information, including paper registration form, please see the main conference page.
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  • December 3 2020
    41st Annual Legal Seminar 12/03/2020 The 41st Annual Legal Seminar offers the unique perspective of members who are primarily involved in legal issues. The seminar presents substantive and procedural developments in law that affect assessments and valuation. The seminar will take place in Austin on December 3-4. Add to Calendar
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Research Exchange

The new IAAO Research Exchange is also now available. The Research Exchange is the central repository for research papers and journal articles relevant to the property tax assessment and administration community.

Subject Guides

The library recently released two new subject guides. The Marijuana Valuation Subject Guide provides links to articles, reports and websites with information on this new special property type. The Sustainable Architecture Subject Guide focuses on how green buildings features impact property valuation.

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Subject Guide on Marijuana Valuation

New Sustainable Architecture Subject Guide

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