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CURRICULUM VITAE – KERN G. SLUCTER, MS, MAI, SRA, MRICS
(QUALIFICATIONS OF THE APPRAISER)


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PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION AND DESIGNATIONS:
MAI – Appraisal Institute, Designation #12162
GAA – General Accredited Appraiser #17, National Association of Realtors
C-CREC – National Association of Real Estate Consultants
Certified USPAP Instructor – #10570 Appraisal Qualifications Board of the Appraisal Foundation
SRA – Senior Residential Appraiser

EDUCATION:
MS – Masters in Science – Real Estate Appraisal – University of St. Thomas, Shenohon Center for Real Estate – Minneapolis, Minnesota
BBA – Business Management – Northwood University, Midland, Michigan
AA – Associates in Business – Real Estate, Lansing Community College, Lansing, Michigan
Michigan State University – Course: Building Construction and Land Development
University of Michigan – Course: Real Estate I
Lansing Community College – Real Estate, Certificate of Achievement:

  Real Estate Finance Residential Construction & Inspection
  Real Estate Law Real Estate Property Management
  Real Estate II Real Estate Investment & Taxation

Appraisal Institute – Courses & Seminars: (Formerly American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers)

  Real Estate Appraisal Principles, 2-28-88 to 3-5-88;
  Residential Valuation, 3-6-88 to 3-12-88;
  Standards of Professional Practice, 8-20-89 to 8-24-89;
  Real Estate Appraisal Procedures, 3-26-90 to 4-1-90;
  Income Capitalization Theory & Techniques – Course A, 8-12-90 to 8-18-90;
  Income Capitalization Theory & Techniques – Course B, 8-19-90 to 8-25-90;
  Rates, Ratios & Reasonableness – Seminar, 10-16-90;
  Case Studies in Real Estate Valuation, 9-8-91 to 9-14-91;
  Report Writing and Valuation Analysis, 9-15-91 to 9-21-91;
  Hotel & Motel Valuation – Seminar, 5-9-92;
  Highest & Best Use and Market Studies – Course 520, 2-21-93 to 2-27-93;
  Americans With Disability Act (ADA) – Seminar, 4-20-93;
  Uniform Residential Appraisal Report Form – Seminar, 11-12-93;
  Advanced Capitalization – Course 510, 2-20-94 to 2-26-94;
  Comparative Residential & Commercial Construction – As It Relates to Appraisers – Seminar, 3-2-94;
  Appraisal Office Management, Maximizing the Value of an Appraisal Practice – Seminar, 6-29-94;
  Appraisal of Retail Properties – Seminar, 1-23-95;
  Understanding Limited Appraisals and Reporting Options-General – Seminar, 7-5-94;
  Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice – Part A, 10-21-94 to 10-21-94;
  Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice – Part B, 4-15-94 to 4-16-94;
  Advanced Sales Comparison & Cost Approaches – Course 530, 5-28-95 to 6-3-95;
  Data Confirmation and Verification Methods – Seminar, 9-21-95;
  The High-Tech Appraisal Office – Seminar, 6-28-96;
  The Internet and Appraising – Seminar, 6-29-96;
  Non-Residential Demonstration Appraisal Report Writing – Seminar, 8-8-98 to 8-9-98;
  Serving the Client: Approach & Use of the Streamlined Appraisal Professional – Seminar, 10-11-00;
  Geographic Information Systems – Seminar, 05-11-01;

*indicates Appraisal Institute courses offered at these university locations or through the university extension

The Appraisal Foundation – Courses & Seminars:

  1997 USPAP Update Session – Seminar, 11-16-96
  Instructor Training Session – Seminar, 11-17-96
  2000 USPAP Update Session – Seminar, 2-5-00
  2002 USPAP Instructor Certification Course – Seminar, 11-1-02 to 11-3-02
  AQB Certified USPAP Instructor #10570 – 11/27/02
  2004 USPAP Update for Instructors and Regulators, 11-22-03

The American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers – Seminars:
  Conservation Easements – Seminar, 7-9-00 to 7-10-00;
American Society of Appraisers – Courses & Seminars:
  Introduction to Business Valuation – BV201, 1-7-93 to 1-10-93;
Marshall Valuation Service
  Commercial & Residential Segregated Cost Seminar
Urban Land Institute
  Basic Real Estate Development – Seminar, 10-15-01 to 10-16-01;

Craig Harrington, SRA – Seminars:

  Inspection Liability: Due Diligence for Residential Appraiser – Seminar, 4-25-2000;
  Counting the Cost: Creative Techniques Using Marshall & Swift – Seminar, 4-25-2000;
  Cross-Examination of USPAP 2000 – Seminar, 4-26-2000;
  Residential Consulting – Seminar, 10-10-2000;

Valuation 2000 Conference –Seminars:

  Urban Analysis– Seminar, 7-11-00;
  Easement Valuation – Seminar, 7-11-00;
  Land Investment in the 21st Century – Seminar, 7-13-00;
  The Effect of E-Commerce on Real Estate Value – Seminar, 7-13-00;

Ted Whitmer, MAI – Workshop

  Comprehensive Appraisal Workshop, 07-19-01 to 07-22-01,

LICENSES:

Licensed by the State of Michigan, Department of Commerce, Bureau of Occupational Regulation
  Board of Real Estate Appraisers: Certified General Real Estate Appraiser 1991-Present #1201000009
  Board of Real Estate Brokers & Salesmen: Salesman 1973-1978
  Brokers 1987-Present #6501-106842
  Residential Builders Board 1994-Present #2101121947
Licensed by the State of Indiana, Indiana Professional Licensing Agency
  Certified General Real Estate Appraiser 1993-1995 #CG49400018


MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS:

  Appraisal Institute – MAI Designated Member
  Appraisal Institute – Mid-Michigan Chapter, Board of Directors 1997-Present
  Appraisal Institute – Mid-Michigan Chapter, Treasurer 2002-2003, Vice President 2004
  American Society of Appraisers – Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA),
  American Society of Appraisers – Greater Michigan Chapter
  Chapter Secretary 1994-1995, Treasurer 1995-1996, Vice President 1996-1997, President 1997-1998
  Elected to ASA National Real Property Committee 2002-2004
  Urban Land Institute – Associate Member
  Certified HUD/FHA Fee Panel Appraiser 1990-1996
  Approved MDOT Fee Appraiser
  Approved MDOT Review Appraiser
  Real Estate Educators Association 1994-Present
  Greater Lansing Board of REALTORS® – Designated REALTOR®
  Served on the Following Greater Lansing Board of REALTORS® Committee's:
  Appraisers, Education, Government Affairs, Legislative Affairs, Speakers Bureau
  As Chairman: Grievance, Professional Conduct, LANPAC, RPAC
  Elected to the Board of Directors 1994-1996
  Member, Multiple Listing Service
  Detroit Area Commercial Board of Realtors
  Michigan Association of REALTORS®
  National Association of REALTORS®, Appraisal Section, Awarded GAA Designation #17
  REALTOR Active in Politics (RAP Award)
  Ypsilanti Jaycee's, Board of Directors 1972
  Delta Township Bicentennial Commission, Chairman 1976
  Windsor Township Planning Commission 1998-2003
  Windsor Township Trustee 2003-Present

TEACHING AND ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:

Certified Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice Instructor – Appraisal Foundation, 2002 to Present
Lansing Community College – Faculty Advisory Committee for Real Estate & Assessment Administration, 1994-1998
Principal Appraisal Instructor for Holloway's Real Estate Institute, 1992-1993
Instructor: Appraisal 1, Appraisal 2 and Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice
Graduate: National Association of REALTORS®, Instructors Training Institute, 2-9-97
USPAP Instructor:
American Real Estate & Appraisal Institute, 2003
Middleton Training, 2002 – Present
President & Director of Education, Agnes Gannon Real Estate Academy, 2003


RELATED EXPERIENCE:

Residential and Commercial Remodeling and Renovation Contractor
Construction Materials Specifier
Energy Management Systems Contractor
Expert Testimony on Real Estate Matters in Clinton, Eaton, Ingham and Kent County Circuit Courts,
Various District Courts & U.S. Bankruptcy Court

INDEPENDENT APPRAISAL & CONSULTING SERVICES INVOLVING:

Super Conducting Super Collider Mortgages: Commercial & Residential
Governmental Acquisition Equity Loans
Industrial Properties General Service Administration Lease Study
Commercial Properties Warehouse Properties
Proposed Construction Proposed Developments
Vacant Land Condemnation
Highest & Best Use Studies Feasibility & Marketability Studies
Easement Valuations Divorce Settlements
Market Value for Sale or Lease Income & Property Tax Matters
Special Purpose Properties Estate Valuations
Acquisition Consultations Subdivision Analysis
Manufactured Home Subdivisions Leasehold & Leased Fee Interests
Contaminated Properties Acquisition for Undisclosed Parties

 

 

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