Though valuators are impartial in determining value, the reality is that valuation reports are often used by clients (and their advisors) to advocate for a particular position. But, valuation reports written in a style that seem to be advocating can be subject to heightened scrutiny, thereby potentially undermining their usefulness. Join Ingrid Sapona, Owner of Good with Words, for this webinar designed specifically for CBVs, as she looks at whether the way a Valuation Report is written might contribute to criticism and some techniques to increase the likelihood that the report will be viewed as objective and therefore persuasive.
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