Lynn E. Livingston, AUCTIONEER/APPRAISER
EDUCATION & SPECIAL TRAINING
Graduate Wordwide School of Auctioneering, 1985
Graduate of River Basin School of Auctioneering, 1987
Graduate Certified Appraisers Guild of America (CAGA), 1998
Graduate Auction Marketing Institutes Personal Property Appraiser 101 (GPPA) Responsibilities of appraiser: Uniform Standards of Professional Practice; factors affecting value, trends, functions of an appraisal, identification, value aspects, research methods.
Graduate Auction Marketing Institute Plant Machinery & Equipment 201 (GPPA). Focuses on the identification, research and documentation for appraising machinery and equipment.
Graduate Auction Marketing Institute Farm Equipment and Construction Equipment (GPPA). Focuses on the identification, research and documentation for appraising farm and construction equipment.
Auction Marketing Institute Class AARE 102 – The first step toward earning the Accredited Auction (AARE) professional designation. Focuses on marketing residential, agricultural, commercial and industrial properties; tools and resources.
Auction Marketing Institute Class AARE 202 – Second course toward earning the Accredited Estate (AARE) designation. Introduction to financial decisions, investment decisions, calculations, techniques and problems for evaluating commercial real estate.
AARE 202 – Final course for AARE designation. Revolves around commercial, industrial and raw acreage multi-parcel auction. Working in groups, design sales proposal, plan, conducting & preparing post auction activity.
President of Utah Auctioneer’s Association 1985-1986
Director of Utah Auctioneer’s Association 2001
Member of The National Auctioneer’s Association since 1987
Member of the Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce
Member of the Lion’s Club, Malad, Id
Actively engaged since 1985 in selling Chattel, Personal & Real Property at auction. Appraisal of personal property to include farm machinery, construction equipment, machine tool CNC, woodworking machinery and equipment, fabricating equipment-manual and CNC, vocational schools, restaurant equipment and supplies, lumber stores, lumber mills, trucks and trailers, public and dealer auto auctions, office furnishings, floor tile distributors, business inventory, household, antiques and estate property. Considered an expert witness at court proceedings.