About the Program:What do one of the top quarterbacks the NFL has ever seen, New Jersey’s foremost golf course valuation expert, and the President of the Golf Property Analysts have in common? A shared interest in golf and decades of know-how surrounding this important – and often overlooked – area of practice.
This seminar is designed to provide you with a working knowledge of everything you need to know before appraising, planning, trying or settling golf course and country club tax appeals - and the strengths and weaknesses of a variety of cost, income and sales approaches. As an attendee, you’ll benefit by tapping into decades of experience and strategies that get the best results for the clients you represent. Whether you’re a golf enthusiast or a practitioner that handles this compelling area of law, you’ll find this fast-paced program interesting and worthwhile. Make your plans to attend today.
Special Segment: Winning Strategies From NFL Legend Ron “Jaws” JaworskiWhen it comes to working in the law (and football), the best defense is a good offense. Whether you’re looking out for your personal reputation or the brand of a client you represent, if you want to protect your brand like an NFL offensive line protects its quarterback, you’ll definitely want to hear from Ron “Jaws” Jaworski. After a distinguished 17-year career as an NFL quarterback, Jaws took his leadership skills from the gridiron to the boardroom as the owner of a professional sports team, a business relationship company, and five golf courses. He’s also the author of “The Games That Changed the Game,” which highlights seven games in NFL history that changed the strategies and tactics used in NFL football. Learn what strategies and tactics you can put in place to tackle the legal challenges you face – both with golf courses and beyond!
Plus, learn everything you need to know to handle golf course and country club tax appeals, including:• Why for profit golf courses, for profit country clubs and not-for-profit country clubs should be appraised, tried and settled using the income approach and the sales comparison approach.• The presumption of competent management. How to prosper without it. • Why a not-for-profit country club cannot be appraised and tried using the revenues from either the club itself or revenues from other not-for-profit country clubs• Valuation of excess/surplus lands• Why Marina Dist. Dev. v. Atlantic City (the Borgata casino hotel case) is significant in the valuation of golf courses in ad valorem tax appeals• Suggested model for successful for profit golf course and for profit private country club tax appeals.
Get a new resource to draw from!You will receive a copy of Garry Roettger's book Legal Issues Involving the Valuation of Golf Courses and Country Clubs for Ad Valorem Tax Taxation.
NJ CLE: This program has been approved for 3.3 credits (50 minute hour)
NY CLE (t&nt): 3.0 professional practice credits
TAA: 2.5 tax assessor property appraisal credits pending
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